Fashion house Balmain has presented its newest formal and casual suit collection in minimal yet professional vibe. Grey—among blue and brown, is another of classic men’s suit colour, suitable for a variety of occasions and styles.
Keeping it Formal in a Grey Suit
Grey as the most outstanding colour, renders the quality and formality in business wear without actually sticking to traditional tuxedo. Grey is a timeless yet wearable colour which can be created in a basic solid business suit or a classic double-breasted jacket. Added subtle patterns such as pinstripe can still be acceptable as a business formal wear for men. Grey suit is also an ideal choice for young professionals because of the colour’s versatility which makes it handy to use several times. A solid 2-button single-breasted suit in grey is the most ideal style for business wear and for professionals who prefer timeless wear over trends. It should be fitted well, never too tight nor too loose.
Matching the grey suit is relatively easy since the colour is neutral which works with everything as grey will not clash with another. Lighter colours such as pastels and white patterns have proven to match well with charcoal grey. Business professionals who wear suits everyday often prefer various styles of a grey double-breasted suit would look best in terms of a high formal business suit. To look more stylish you can opt for a vest, while for a more subdued and professional look, a basic 2-button jacket will do. The grey suit with all its classy attributes remains a great asset in men’s fashion.
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