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    Asians: stay away from beige/Wheat/Camel Colors?

    There are plenty of beautiful knitwear and jackets out there in beige/wheat/camel etc, but as an Asian, I've been told it wouldn't really look good with my skin tone.

    Should Asians just stay away from these colors all together? If so I would be an immense shame.

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    Ivan Condor Aasllani's Avatar

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    If it suits you it suits you

    I don't see why you shouldn't wear it. I wear pink lol

    Maybe if it is really close to your skin colour, you should break it up with scarf / shirt collar etc etc

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    I would try maybe a few shades darker than your skin tone. That, and/or layer/accessorize with other color.

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    No, I don't see any reason why you should steer clear of biege. There are various different shades of biege/wheat/camel. Just opt for a shade of biege that differs from your own skin tone so that you won't look washed out. For a casual look try slim blue jeans, a smart light blue shirt, a biege jacket and brown loafers. You could also add a darker brown scarf for some contrast.

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