As we continue to run through a few suit styles the second one we will focus on is "Navy Peony." We consider the navy blue an essential and see our clients flock to it during appointments. Below we will show you how to wear it.
Again we will start with the title image which includes the essential white dress shirt and white pocket square. It is paired with another one of our feature colors, the tawny port, a.k.a. Maroon.
Wearing a lot of shades of the same colour is an easy way to put together your outfits. Here we have the Navy three piece suit with a light blue dress shirt, dark blue paisley tie and a light blue herringbone pocket square.
Pastel colours go perfectly with the navy blue suit, especially pink and purple. Here the pink shirt is again paired with a navy patterned tie as well as a pink and blue pocket square.
I love the look of red, especially a deep red like Grenadine, paired with a navy suit. You can add a patterned navy tie or a red tie. As for the pocket square bring in a red pattern or a light pink.
A navy suit is classy and timeless so why not pair it with a blue or pastel patterned dress shirt? The suit will keep the look classy with the shirt completely standing out. Make sure you tone down the look with a solid coloured tie and a toned down pocket square. I would also avoid the flower on the lapel...
The Navy Peony Rundown
Here is the quick summary of how to wear your Navy suit this fall:
Vest: Navy, Neutral Gray
Dress Shirt: White, Light Blue, Pink, Purple, Red, Patterned Blue, Patterned Pastel
Tie: Solid Navy, Navy Patterned, Red, Red Patterned, Maroon
Pocket Square: White, Light Blue, Pink, Red
All articles are written by Cardero Clothing's Owner: Derek Burbidge