Beige – Not The Only Nude


Recently, I came across this article on Vogue which called 50 shades of beige under neutrals and nudes. But I think that the concept of nude fashion as a few tones of beige is just too limited. Nude needs to be matched with the unique skin color of the person. A brown is dark for the fair people, and nude for the brown people.

So when did beige become the only nude? Our system needs a cultural change where we are inclusive of everyone, and every woman feels comfortable in her own skin. It’s high time that companies stop marketing beige to be the only existing nude.


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