Coordinating the colors of men’s clothing
The coordination of the colors of clothing the coordination of the colors of clothes whether for women and men is important it reflects the elegance and taste of the person it shows the textures better and more attractive except that it increases the confidence of the person self and makes the people around him deal with him comfortably unlike the wearers of colors other The consistency that bothers the eye.
Color sections include neutral colors: black and white.
Basic colors: blue red and yellow.
Secondary colors: Other colors.
Tips for coordinating men’s clothing
Don’t choose too many colors in your look it’s recommended that you don’t exceed three colors unless necessary so you can easily coordinate them.
Choose your clothes from the hues of colors depending on the color sections where you can wear two colors, one of which is the product of merging the other with a third color for example gray is a secondary color resulting from mixing neutral colors you can wear gray with black and white and orange is the result of mixing Red and yellow You can for example wear blue dark blue with sky blue and so on You can use the color bins to learn more symmetrical colors.
Let the belt and shoe be the same if the belt is brown, the shoe color is also brown Choose a brightly colored tie if your tuxedo is striped or striped with longitudinal lines.
Be aware of your skin color, if your skin is dark, it is preferable to wear neutral or dark colors but if your skin is light bright colors are the most appropriate and you can also coordinate the colors of your clothes with the color of your eyes especially if they are colored.
If your shirt is a carua or striped shirt with many colors wear trousers that carry a t shirt color instead of adding a new color Try to stay away from beige it is closer to the color of the skin so it suggests pallor Follow fashion trends by looking at different magazines advertisements and more.
Wear shoes and socks of the same color, and if you want to change the color of the sock, wear a color of the same color group that belongs to the shoe but not a stark color for example if the shoe is brown choose a brown sock or a dark beige or dark hazel and the choice of a sock color is completely different from the color of the A shoe that distorts the look of the shoe to look inelegant.If you want to wear a classic black suit opt for shiny leather shoes in classic black with front ties.Advertisements