It's Time To Go Nude & Stylish

A nude colour palette is a great way to go when your goal is to keep it sexy and sophisticated. Done right, nude outfits look expensive and chic without even trying. While we’re on the matter, let’s address the matter of what nude really is, because it seems that beige is always represented as nude. It is supposed to be a colour that is closest to your naked skin (hence, nude) so it is not one colour. Nude can be anything from pale beige to golden honey to a deep dark chocolate. Your nude is the one that matches you.

A head-to-toe nude look is uber stylish; just ask celebs like Jennifer Lopez or the Kardashian-Jenner clan. You can layer on the same shade of nude for a luxe look, or switch it up with lighter and darker neutral shades for more dimension. 

 


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One of the best things about nude is that it allows any other colour it is paired with to really pop. You can keep the main outfit nude and add little colour injections with your accessories, or wear a bold colour and keep the focus on it by using nude accessories.


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You can be sexy and modest at the same time when you layer a lace material with a nude lining that is true to your skin tone. Peekaboo, but there’s nothing to see. Now that’s clever.


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Nude heels pair ridiculously well with ripped jeans. It’s casual with an edge of sophistication.


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Nude and gold is a match made in heaven. Those metallic glints add sparkle to an otherwise muted outfit. This is a good time to make sure the highlight on your cheekbones is poppin’.


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Clean, crisp white paired with nude is a breath of fresh air. It works for the office and is sexy too.


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Prints really shine when paired with nude accessories. This is great news because Ankara will never go out of style.


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 Animal print is not always easy to wear; but with nude, classy becomes effortless. Choose one animal print element like a blouse or a scarf or a pair of pumps, you can add a colour; then keep everything else simple and muted.

 

Written by Sandra N.U.