When it comes to the colour grey in fashion, there is not much solid information to look to. While it is true that you can substitute a black piece for a grey piece perfectly fine, there is albeit many more uses for the colour grey in your winter outfit. There is always room for thinking outside of the box and creativity fashion, but when it comes to the colour grey, fundamentals of fashion still stay the same.
There is no need to fix something if it is not broke, and with wearing a grey piece, common sense is still number one. Let’s take a look at the only ways how men should wear the colour grey in the winter.
Forget about wearing a grey parka or puffer jacket. There is no need for that, plus it would not look good at all. Stick with the classic grey long wool coat for a more solid outerwear to work with. You can create a stylish business casual outfit featuring denim jeans, black leather boots, and a white turtleneck.
We are talking about a beanie and a scarf here, which obviously is well suited for the colour grey. There just needs to be some understanding, that if you intend to wear a light colour jacket or coat, grey accessories will not work. Instead opt for either black or navy blue outerwear. With black being the most common outerwear to pair with grey accessories.
I you often wear a blazer for work then you should know that having a grey blazer in your winter wardrobe is one of the best choices you can make. A grey blazer will go well will a variety of different colour combinations, such as black dress pants, a white dress shirt, and even navy blue wool pants. Just make sure that you correspond with your blazer and your pants. So if you intend to wear a slim grey blazer, your pants should also be sim fit.
- Dark grey pieces will go better than light grey pieces
- Wear only one grey piece in your outfit
- Grey pants should be worn only with a dark top
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