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Break the Rules with These 5 Trendy Colors in Menswear

by Amit K. Marketing Manager

Men are always complaining about how few colour options they have, whereas women have a plethora of hues to choose from. We can't agree because, contrary to popular belief, men come in a variety of colours and shades. All you have to do is get it right. The key is to take classic pieces and play around with trending colours. You'll be surprised at how much it can help you stand out. While neutral colours like greys, blacks, and blues are always easy to pull off, a little pink and yellow doesn't hurt to make a statement. Let us take look at the most popular colours in Indian men's clothing right now and how to wear them correctly:

Pink Indian Men's Wear

Pinks: It's no secret that pink is still considered a girly colour, and we couldn't agree more! Shades like magenta, light pink, and coral pink are flattering on almost any skin tone without bringing out that dreaded feminine tone. Classic white and beige pairs are suitable for almost any occasion. You can add more bling with gold pieces that shine even brighter with pink.

Green Indian Men's Wear

Greens: Although green is still a popular colour in menswear, it is not easy to pull off correctly. Green, in fact, is the simplest of all the colours on this list to pull off. Men with fair complexions should choose pastel greens, sea greens, and teal greens, whereas men with darker complexions should choose bold and edgy colours such as olive green, bottle green, jade, and so on. Greens go well with blue, grey, beige, and brown. A full jade green kurta pyjama or south Indian white lungi or dhoti can be a killer look for you that is not harsh but cleverly balanced.

Orange Indian Men's Wear

Orange: Needless to say, a bright colour like orange can be disastrous if not worn correctly. To look good in orange, you must first understand your skin. While rust tones and sunset orange look great on fair skin, bright subtle options like blood orange look great on darker skin. Orange can look amazing when paired with maroons, beige, olive, and golden colours.

Purple Indian Men's Wear

Purple: Why should men lag behind when the world is already obsessed with the Pantone Color of the Year? Violets and purples are a risky colour to wear, but once you figure out what works best for you, you'll be the spot's trendsetter! Instead of wearing violets from head to toe, choose key pieces in neutral and light colours such as whites, dark blues, mauve, and beige.

Yellow Indian Men's Wear

Yellows: Yellow is without a doubt the most difficult colour for men to wear. It is without a doubt the most daring option. As with the previous shades, the best way to wear yellow is to pair it with neutral colours such as whites, greys, beige, or even an all yellow ensemble if you know which shade is best for your skin tone. Subtle yellows work well on pale skin, while mustard yellows and golden tints work well on darker complexions. For a formal occasion, wear a yellow embellished mens sherwani over cotton vest with white churidar. To avoid blending, avoid shades that match your skin tone, just as you should avoid other shades.

If this list still appears to be too much of an experiment for you to try, you can always go for accessories and add-ons that do not take up the entire stage but add that necessary pop of colour to stand out.


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About Amit K. Professional   Marketing Manager

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Joined APSense since, February 5th, 2021, From Kolkata, India.

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