How To Wear, Match & Pair GREEN in Menswear part 4

How To Wear, Match & Pair GREEN in Menswear

How To Wear, Match & Pair GREEN in Menswear part 4

Not only is green very versatile color, but it can also be dressed up and down.

Green wardrobe element to invest in: Pocket square

Apart from ties and bow ties, a perfect place to start is a pocket square because it is rather affordable and it has a number of different colors especially when it is printed so you can pick up different colors such as red, yellow or purple or green and just create a really interesting unusual look without having to invest too much up front. Once you invest in one pocket square, more accessories will follow.

Colors that work well with green:

The easiest color to combine is blue. Whether it’s navy blue, mid blue or even light blue, green really goes well together with it because green is a little warmer. Blue is a cooler tone, green is a warmer tone and together they harmonize and work perfectly. If you have a navy suit or a navy blazer, a green accessory just works really well and you can wear all your existing white and blue shirts that you have in your wardrobe already. The second color you can combine with is brown. I particularly like dark chocolate brown but also lighter browns work really well with it. A third color is gray and another traditional business color that works really well. It provides nice contrast no matter if you wear a brown jacket or blue one even a gray one. Two great outfit combinations are a green tie with a gray flannel suit or a green knit tie with a gray tweed jacket. My favorite color to combine with green is orange because it is likewise warm. Whether it is an orange pocket square or orange knit tie or orange grenadine no matter what color, green and orange will always work. In the same vein, yellow pairs really well. I like to wear yellow neckwear because yellow jackets really do not look good, but as accessories, they really harmonize perfectly with dark green as well as a lighter shade.