Most women are masters of colour combinations and men that are able to understand that it is the most important element in having a stylish look. The arrangement and combination of colours you wear has an effect on your style and doing it the right way can incredibly improve the way people see you and also turn heads wherever you go.
If you’re interested in knowing the winning colour combinations for men or you simply want to up your dress style, 360Nobs presents some fireproof combinations that you can never go wrong in.
Black, White And Grey
Grey is a colour that is particularly trending at the moment especially when it comes to sport wears and synthetic materials. The trick here again is to contrast your fabrics, s as wearing a bomber jacket with denim jeans, or a cotton jumper against synthetic tracksuit pants.
These two choices both provide a tonal contrast that is essential for this colour combinations. Black and white tends to give off a clean, monochromatic look. The downside of it however is that the colours can appear boring if the textures and prints are not eye catching enough. As such, this combination is a good way to experiment with daring patterns and fabrics.
Navy And Black
One myth regarding menswear that has been around for a while is the fact that navy blue and black can’t be worn together, because they are similar in appearance and don’t provide your outfit the necessary contrast.
This rule is however one that you should break as both are unmistakably masculine and quite easy to match. You can put these two colours to great use by harnessing their textures to obtain the necessary contrast. You can wear a navy blue knitted shirt along with black jeans to get the right contrast.
White And Tan
This neutral and breezy combination is a favourite for the hot season. A white cotton tee shirt paired with camel shorts, or a crisp white Oxford shirt paired with a fitted pair of chinos and bright white trainers are outfits you can go wrong in during the dry season.
You can wear White with pastels along with gentle shades of blue, pink, and green. This look is particularly nice if you have a dark complexion but fairer blokes should bear in mind the fact that white washes out lighter skin tones.
Red, White, and Blue
This exciting combination has been the backbone of one of the most enterprising and stylish designers the world has known. You can learn from Tommy Hilfiger’s aesthetic tricolour and employ the combinations of the colour all year round.
Whether you choose to wear brighter outfits that are dominated with red or you choose to go plain with white, you can’t fail with this combination. You can pair a white polo with bright red shorts and blue detailing or choose to wear darker shades of blue and red.
Another good way to wear them is to wear a navy pullover with dark burgundy chinos or a classic blue jacket t comes with a red tartan lining. If you choose to go formal, a navy suit with a white shirt and red tie is the safest option for this exhilarating combination.
Earth coloured tones that come in shades of brown, grey, and green are versatile and tend to work with every type of skin tone. They also form safe and reliable colour palette for formal and office wears.
Camel and grey combination work together well, especially if you choose to wear a dark grey base of trousers with a lighter camel top. Burgundy offer a more contemporary alternative to brown leather, especially if you wear sophisticated dress shoes such as brogues or monkstraps.