Every man has a suit or three in his wardrobe usually in the standard colours of black, grey or navy but today let’s broaden your horizon on how to wear brighter coloured suits appropriately.
The Green Suit
A green suit might seem a bit unconventional but then again fashion allows you to push boundaries. How to properly rock a green suit is to opt for a deep leafy tone over a bright apple shade. This ensures that you stay within the lines of refined. Keep everything else classic – tan brogues, a crisp white shirt, a subtly patterned tie and complementary pocket square are all the gentlemanly touches you need to pull off this modern masculine colourway.
The Mid-Blue Suit
The beauty of this suit is that you it be worn casually or to a formal occasion. Rather than the common navy blue, a mid-blue tailored suit appears fresh. Again to rock this colour, a simple white shirt (or polo shirt/tee if dressing down) is all you need here, but a knitted silk tie in a tonal blue shade would make a considered addition. Finish the look with equally clean-cut trainers, or if the occasion calls for it, a pair of light grey suede lace-ups.
The White Suit
With all-white looks trending, the white suit style is a must try look you should have in mind. When wearing the white suit, make sure to dress it down, a business-like spread-collar shirt is a no-no. With this in mind, try combining yours with a plain tee, granddad collar shirt or polo, while keeping your footwear suitably relaxed.
The Beige Suit
Slightly more practical than white, a beige suit is arguably the ultimate blank canvas – pastel shades, other neutrals (white, off-white, cream, stone, pale grey), and richer earth shades such as oxblood, tan and mahogany brown all work beautifully well with this colourway.