GREEN BUSINESS. This season, give your green blazer a chance to prove its coolness and versatility
- STICK TO NEUTRAL COLORS
Black and white will complement green with ease. Meanwhile, blue and khaki will show your aptitude in color mixing.
- THINK MONOCHROMATIC
A green blazer will match green trousers—that’s a no brainer—but try to break up the look with white or grey.
- FORGET ACCESSORIES
Show attention to detail by incorporating a pocket square, bow tie or sleek timepiece that will add flair to the overall look.
- ATTEMPT TO MIX WITH RED
Only a blessed few can pull off a green-and-red ensemble, the rest will end up looking like Santa’s elves.
Sunglasses are some of the best accomplices when looking to up your cool points. Opt for a refined classic pair to finish your green blazer move without going overboard.
Sunglasses: Dior Homme
- bow tie
Slowly finding its way back to the mainstream menswear arena, the bow tie—a patterned one in this case—should not be restricted to your tuxedo. It can complement almost any ensemble on any occasion, particularly one already featuring a tricky color like green.
Bow tie: Ted Baker
Though the air tie may appear to be an emerging trend, it has actually been around for some time. You’re allowed to forget your tie, but only if you know how to do it right. Try a shirt with accents or different colors on the collar, which will always look good when going tie-less.
Shirt: Emporio Armani
Aside from loafers, casual slip-ons are another option to team up with a blazer. A lot of them have striking motifs and patterns, which are great ways to accentuate your style. Get a classic look with the leather variety.
Slip-ons: Saint Laurent
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