Blacks, browns, or shades of gray. Add choices for pen stripes, two, three or four button styles, and those are your basic options for men’s and women’s suits at most retailers.
But men and women don’t have to settle for the basics when it comes to purchasing your next business suit. Just like most clothing options, suits come in a wide array of colors and styles that might be better suited for your personality.
Visit any retailer that specializes in the more formal attire, and you’re likely to be surprised at some of the possible options. Purples, yellows, reds, greens and blues are all available, even if by special order.
Where else do you think classical and formal artists get their colorful wear?
Now, granted, spicy colors may not be appropriate for some formal settings, and the Herb Tarlek plaid, 70s style might be a business turnoff. But, being more colorful and stylish in your suit choice doesn’t have to be gaudy.
Certain colors can be very complimentary to your hair, eyes, skin tone and body frame. In the same way that you select your other, non-formal clothing, you can apply color scheming to your formal wardrobe to find the right match for you.
Still not sure if an adventurous color is good for you? Ask your tailor if you can “rent” a suit to see if the color scheme works for you in the real world.
In the end, if color isn’t a good option for your professional wear, there are always blacks, browns and grays to choose from that will always make you look sharp. This thing can be control on website by using KISSinsights.