- n. Plural form of beige.
“Others wear the softer felt-like version in beiges, greys and blacks, many adorned with peacock feathers.”
“Brown shades such as beiges, peaches and cappuccinos work really well for a natural look.”
“While most of the bad brothers in Rothschild JHS 294 in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn were wearing bold and bright striped Sinbad sweaters and gaudy neon sharkskin slacks, Alonzo's style was quietly, but obviously also expensively, non-flashy ... mostly subdued charcoal grays and muted browns and beiges.”
“Each is a different shape and size; all are done in soft beiges, with dove-gray walls, terra-cotta tiles and furnished with plump armchairs and sofas.”
“Couches, chairs and pillows in creams, beiges and sea foam colors fill the two-story living room.”
“Japanese style uses the more natural colors of browns, beiges and greens along with natural floor coverings made out of sisal yet both styles use gold as accents in artwork, lamps, and accessories.”
“Perched in the foyer of a large Gap store in San Francisco, Mr. Murphy complains about the "dusty, makeup colors," including pale pinks and beiges, that were selected for Gap's tops.”
“Also, you can pair violet with existing brown items and beiges and it will automatically look elegant and less cliche.”
“It seems to me that the balance of probability points either to the whites or yellows, and not merely because these seem so under-represented against the browns, beiges, putties, flesh and earth tones.”
“More than any other painter of his time, he did skin tones, all the beiges, all the reds.”
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