Accessories: How to Wear and Pair

The devil is in the details, or so they say. One of the major components of an outfit are the accessories that complement them. Although the idea of adding a watch, a tie, and a belt, maybe a pocket square, sounds like way too many choices. You’re going to achieve ultimate dapper-ness if you master the art of accessorizing.

Matching materials

Rule of thumb: your leathers should pair together. If you’re wearing a brown leather belt, sport some brown shoes as well. Leather usually creates a more formal tone to the overall look. If you are going for a casual look, a fabric belt such as canvas is perfect for playing around with, especially when you factor in brighter pops of colour.

Complementary colours

Here’s a cheat sheet for you: when you’re adding ties, pocket squares, or socks, search for colours that create a visible yet subtle contrast. The use of the neutral tone brown and blue never fails, and you can do this by wearing a navy suit with double leather monks.

Prints and Patterns

The easiest way to up your style, photographs, and patterns can upgrade your look in no time. The classiest way to jazz it up in the workplace? A patterned tie. Not only can it be your expression, but it also serves as a contrast against your solid coloured clothing.

Mostly, you can do whatever you want with your outfit and style. Whoever you are is how loud or subtle your accessories should be. It can escalate pretty quickly from here, so best of luck for your style journey!

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