Not only has the 'colour' taken over, but alongside it, the new aesthetic has sneaked its way into what's cool in fashion now - building on shapes that have gradually been introduced over the summer. Opposing the sexy, skin-tight nude beige look, its kind of weird. Thanks to the visionary work (as per) of Alistair McKimm (+Daniel Jackson), ID Magazine's latest beige editorial suggests further grunge (nice one, Acne + Celine) which includes long, heavy sleeves and flares.
I'm going to save my beige for some over-sized knits and that camel coat I've had for ever (and maybe a skin-tight beige dress) - but what I do love is this trouser shape. Low-luxe has always appealed to me, and the sporty nature of this featured marle fabric is really nice. I'm going to go for something similar in a more wearable colour - and hence, I introduce the tracksuit-bottom-esque, sophisticated knit flare. Below, Zara. Pair with pointed heels for extra contemporary sass.