A lot of men have only one suit, because they don’t need it in they everyday life, only on occasions like a wedding or funeral. If you are a men like whom we mentioned, you should have a dark, conservative suit, black, navy blue or charcoal gray are all acceptable. However, if you have to choose one, lean towards charcoal gray as it is perhaps the most versatile.
For those who are wearing suits regularly, there are a lot of color to choose from. However fashion changes quickly, a traditional suit remains elegant and stylish, its useful life tracked in years.
The traditional colors for men's business suits are black, navy, and gray. Every wardrobe should be built off a selection of dark suits, as that they are appropriate in almost any circumstance.
Charcoal gray is a great color for the young man; unlike navy blue it does not accentuate his youth. It is extremely versatile, and has the unique ability to be paired with either black or brown elements depending on the shade of gray.
A black suit makes itself useful due to its similarity to formalwear, as well as its habit of projecting a sense of authority.
Navy blue suits are excellent choices because of their sheer commonality; you can rest assured in a room of men in suits more than half will be wearing this color. In addition, it is a very traditional and elegant color.
Any of these shades can be had in a pinstripe. Not to worry, it's perfectly acceptable for all business occasions.
Brown Suits for Men
Brown is another popular base color for suit fabric, with options ranging from tan through to deep chocolate hues. Many men look their best in earth-tones, making the brown suit an important part of their wardrobe; it is also a popular color for casual options including tweed suits and sports jackets. Brown is just as appropriate for business as black, navy, or gray, there are still some members of the old guard who continue to hold to the old rule. This shouldn't dissuade the well-dressed gentleman from wearing brown with confidence, but it is important to be aware.
When choosing the color of your suit you should always consider which color suit you, according to you hair, eyes and skin color.
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