The runways were absolutely drenched in beige in the recent fashion weeks. Beige jumpsuits, beige suits, beige trouser, shoes, skirts, bags... BEIGE everything. As a direct contrast to the crazy, 80s neon trend going on this AW 2018, beige has set a neutral tone as a back drop to the finer finished garments of this season.

This suede look two peice shown by Balmain at the recent Paris Fashion week gives a fresh take on the beige trend by using a different fabric from the poplin and wool and giving beige a bit of a shimmer. Using beige as the solo colour of an outfit and collection this season was a brave but popular choice. This beige Balmain two piece is the perfect day to night outfit this autumn/winter, the hight waisted trousers are bang on trend and perfect to give you that clenched in waste and a bangin’ booty.

Burberry came back with their classic trench coat, also in its classic beige, but added a touch of chains to sexify this original statement coat. They have teamed this with a beige silk shirt and beige tailored trousers with a handy little pocket attached. This outfit has MILF or boujie office/interview outfit written all over it. If Kendall can pull this off can’t we all? hmm, not sure...

This Kenzo suit put with a checkered zip up hoodie is a F.R.E.S.H. take on the beigemania. Absolutely classic and clean cut with its 90s style silhouette suit, very girl/boy next door, but attached to this yellow and black hoodie throws a spanner in the works for this outfit, giving it a younger, more streetwise look this season. Go on and chuck some colour with your beige, no matter how bold and wild it is, beige could definitely do with a wilder side sometimes.

Max Maras little number of a classic tailored top and pencil skirt this Paris Fashion week shows some class to the beigemania clan. Go traveling? put this on. Afternoon drinks? get this on. Hoovering the house? go for it. This outfit is sophisticated and classic but easy enough to put together. Only ingredient required.. All beige everything.