Style arbiter and Bazaar columnist Mohammed Sultan Al Habtoor casts his discerning eye over this month's chic set, which sees blondes, beiges, nudes and camels on our sartorial hit-list. Ahead, five ways to wear the trend from the fashion's biggest trend-setters...
Levante in Dior, Getty Images
Italian musician Levante balances the ubiquitous Dior saddle bag with a fresh take on suiting. Beige, double-breasted and with a full skirt, the retro silhouette looks refreshing once again.
Karen Wazen in Jacquemus, Getty Images
Also veering towards the uniform roots of beige, influencer Karen Wazen works a womanly Jacquemus dress to super-chic effect.
Nausheen Shah in Salvatore Ferragamo, Getty Images
Taking styling cues from Working Girl-era Melanie Griffith, Nausheen Shah blends 1980s-to-’90s office attire to amped-up front row appeal.
Negin Mirsalehi in Dior, Getty Images
Keeping it soft, in chiffon swathes of neutrals, Farfetch VP of style and creative Yasmin Sewell and former Bazaar cover star, influencer Negin Mirsalehi ground their frou-frou frocks with boots, blazer and boyish locks (Yasmin) and chunky soles and belt (Negin).
Yasmin Sewell in Acne Studios, Getty Images
Whichever side you’re normally on, it’s time to take a neutral role.
From the October 2018 issue of Harper's Bazaar Arabia