Top 10 Alternative Colours For Fashion Setters

Top 10 Alternative Colours For Fashion Setters

Guys often tend to stick to safe colours like grey, navy, or brown, but newsflash, it’s 2022, and it’s time to take some risks!  There are so many great, exciting colours out there that will make you look more fresh, modern, and fashionable. Why stick to the safe choices when you can become a trendsetter? Here are the top 10 alternative colours for fashion setters 

#1 White

It may sound a little strange to call white an alternative colour, but besides classic white button-down shirts and underwear, how often do you actually wear white? Right. 

While white is a little risky due to staining, if you’re just a little bit more careful, you can totally pull off this bold, crisp look with white knit sweaters, hoodies, and even denim jackets! 

#2 Maroon

Maroon is almost the opposite of white with its loudness. However, it is in the same category for boldness and confidence. 

This shade of red that resembles the colour of red wine show that you’re unafraid to take risks and can also help boost your self-esteem in moments when you need it. Click here to find some options for maroon hoodies.

However you’re a fashion novice, don’t go full-on maroon and rather pair it with neutrals. For example, the combination of a red cardigan or sweater on navy or grey trousers will hit the jackpot! 

#3 Camel

#3 Camel

Camel is a classic neutral colour that exudes warmth and comfort. Unfortunately, many guys avoid it, and we can’t get our heads around why. It looks great on anyone and is perfect to create a sophisticated look. A chunky knit sweater or a camel coat is all you need to look put together and luxurious.

#4 Clay 

Another neutral yet a little bit more bold colour for your arsenal is the rusty clay shade. It’s so versatile, and you can easily dress it up or down, depending on the garment. A merino wool sweater in clay paired with tailored trousers will make you look expensive, and a clay hoodie with joggers will create a simple yet not dull look! 

Ultramarine Green 

#5 Ultramarine Green 

If you’re not wearing green yet, you should start, and your first choice should be the ultramarine shade. It allows you to make a statement and radiates strength and confidence. 

This colour is very versatile, and it’s easy to pair it with your base colours like navy, grey, or brown. Opt for an ultramarine t-shirt if you want to keep things low-key and graduate to a classy suit for a full-blown effect! 

#6 Off-white 

Off-white is the perfect choice for guys who are still apprehensive about the classic white. This is an excellent colour for knits, coats, and even instead of your regular khakis. Will it take a little more care to not spill coffee on yourself? Yes, but it’s so worth it! 

#7 Black 

Black is a timeless colour that many guys think makes them look unimaginative, so they avoid it. Well, we’re here to tell you that it’s not the case and that black is the ultimate luxurious staple you simply must-have. 

It’s versatile, radiates confidence, and has an edge no other colour can give. Even a simple everyday black pullover hoodie will make you look put together and classy! 

#8 Fuschia

You’ve seen it and probably thought, “it’s not for me,” but don’t be afraid of this whimsical and bold shade! 

You don’t have to wear a whole suit or button-down in Fuschia, but adding a small accessory like suspenders, pocket square, or even a tie can lift your outfit to another level! 

#9 Veri Peri 

#9 Veri Peri 

Every trendsetter follows the latest fashion news and tries to keep up. The latest in colour news? Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2022 – their very own Veri Peri. It’s a warm lavender tone that’s perfect for guy’s accessories or athleisure. Take a chance and try to incorporate it into your wardrobe for amazing results! 

#10 Olive  

If you’re feeling a little bold-colour fatigue, we’re going to leave you with something less bright. Olive hue is an incredible shade of green that’s timeless and can always make your outfit more interesting.

From olive cargo pants to accessories to stunning linen shirts, this is the colour that’s relatively easy to style and wear. A must-have! 

Author: Gus Barge

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