The majority of men are totally clueless about colours – most just fall into buying the same old limited selection of colours that they think suit them. Often these colours were selected during their teenage years based on how they looked then and what the popular style was. So please read on and discover the top 3 colours that are in this spring – you might be surprised to learn that you have space in your life for more than what you have been wearing so far!!
1 – Emerald Green
This is a surprisingly under utilised colour by the majority of men. Emerald green is a great colour of all types of skin tones and goes well with dark and light hair and arguably is the best colour to pair with red hair. Also due to it’s rich tone it looks equally in place as the colour of a tie for the office or as a emerald green polo shirt for the bar. If you don’t own anything in this tone yet then you are missing a chance to brighten your wardrobe while still playing it safe. This spring emerald green will be in use everywhere so now is the time to buy. For the more confident man check out our emerald green chinos by following the link below
2 – Yellow
Option number 1 above is a safe way for men to add colour to their wardrobe but this summers must have tone is yellow, get ready to see yellow on t-shirts / polo shirts / sneakers / sun glasses basically everywhere. The secret to this colour is to know you only ever wear one yellow item at a time. For example a yellow tie will stand out in the right way against a crisp white cotton shirt and light weight grey suit. Also a mustard or more muted yellow polo shirt will look good dressed down with some casual jeans and trainers. So when looking for yellow items remember not to buy lots, just 1 or 2 items will be more than enough. Also be aware that for men with pale complexions this tone will wash you out so try to avoid the colour on a item directly against your face. If your looking for a good example of yellow you can see one of our shirts by following the link below
3 – Blue
Ah that’s right people, the most favourite colour of menswear designers the world over!! Blue is a cornerstone of every mans wardrobe and you may well think that your current collection contains more than enough of this fashion staple. BUT this spring the big trend is for pale blue, this tone is not the standard navy or royal blue that make up most men’s smart and often casual attire. This spring the look is for a more light and soft tone in block colours – think sky blue oxford shirts and light blue soft cotton polo shirts and you will have the right idea. If you still need some visual assistance then follow the link below.
So in conclusion now is the time to add an extra colour to your wardrobe, and if you already have these 3 colours in lots of items – then good for you fashionista !!