If you’re looking for a suit and not sure which color to get, this guide is for you. There’s a suit for every occasion and kudos to you for doing your research. We’ve done our research too and GvS Clothiers is proud to present you the ultimate color guide for men’s suit. The core principle of GvS Clothiers is to help gentlemen find the best attire and this blog post is merely another brick in our effort.
A suit is not merely a garment; it is also a uniform and a symbol of your personality. While there’s a suit for every occasion, don’t expect to fulfill every event with a single suit. Whether you need help finding a suit for work or a friend’s wedding, we got you covered and will discuss which suit to wear when.
The Grey Suit
A lot of folks claim grey is the new black when it comes to suits. Grey suits have replaced black as the essential formal office wear. While, grey is a tad bit less formal then black, it fits perfectly for a workplace where suits are the norm. As a general rule of thumb, the darker the shade, the more formal the occasion. Grey suits are perfect for your day job and evening date alike. Grey suits reflect your youthful, relaxed yet classy presence. It’s also easy to match a grey suit because of its versatility.
The Black Suit
There’s absolutely no alternative to a black suit when it comes to the most formal dress code. We mean NULL, NADA! Black suits, whether single or double-breasted are perfect for ultra-formal occasions like a wedding, funeral or the most important of office meetings. However, black doesn’t have to wait for a serious occasion, you can tone down the formality of a black suit with a colorful tie and pocket square combo. Black is the most traditional and formal looking of all suits, and you can never go wrong with black to show off your luxury and formality.
The Blue Suit
Last but not the least, a navy blue suit is an essential to every man’s closet. While grey got some modern edge to it, and black is more of a formal attire – a navy suit is always in style and makes a great choice for casual events. A Blue suit is slightly more relaxed yet got a classy feel to it. Blue suits should always be paired with a brown or burgundy shoe and never with black – unlike grey and black suits. And because navy blue is so simple and straightforward, this is considered the de facto color for suits.
If you have anything to add to our list, shout out in the comment section. If you need color suggestion, ask our experts for consultation and we’ll recommend you the perfect suit for your event. While contacting us don’t forget to mention your hair, eyes, skin, body, and face type so we can recommend the best suit for you. GvS will help you dress when you need to look your best. Feel free to browse through out suit collection while you wait for your consultation.