Go Colour-Ready This Summer
Now that the summers have set in, you are on a shopping spree to change your wardrobe. However, like always, your summer shelf will occupy all those mundane shades of white, cream and yellow. So, it’s high time you go chic with colours. Say, colours like red, blue and pink. Well, we are not here to outrage your colour sensibilities but to make you understand that colours are for men too. Take a look at a few colour options we bring to you for this summer season.
All this while, the colour pink has been associated with Barbie dolls and Paris Hilton. However, it is now the right time to refurnish the girlie colour as a masculine charm. You need not don baby pink, hot pink or fuchsia pink shades. Opt for subtle ones like peach, salmon and rose. Team these shades with other earthy tones like olive green, beige and brown. Besides, you can also opt for denims with pink.
Well yes, green is just the new replacement for the all-time-favourite black. The beauty of this colour lies in the fact that it gels well with both light and dark shades. A green T-shirt of shirt works well with shades like navy, brown and light undertones like beige and cream. Since you are new to green, you must be hesitant about which shades to try. Well, when you are choosing the right tone of green for you, pick the pastel shades. They are not only subtle but also provide a cooling effect. Olive and bottle greens are quite a charmer these days. Besides, the army green always rules the roost and is a hot favourite among girls.
Well, you heard it right. Blue! This bright shade again, just like pink, might sound a bit outrageous for all you lads out there. But the fact is you can don it too; the trick lies in choosing the right shade. Leave aside all the bright neon hues of blue for your ladies. All you have to do is pick the more light and subtle shade for yourself. Lime and pastel shades work really well with faded, washed-out denims and white shorts. Also, it the perfect attire for beach destinations.
When we say red, you need not become a Red Riding Hood literally. Red comes with a lot of deep undertones and pastel shades. And, the best part about these hues is that they suit all types of skin tones, be it dark, dusky or fair.