The one colour that’s made it as Fall’s hottest year after year, it’s got to be burgundy. A quintessential staple hue, burgundy has made an entrance into pretty much every dapper man’s wardrobe. At WODROB are obsessed with this regal colour, which not only looks fancy but is also a versatile hue to don. Men, if you’re not sure how to go about and add this hue into your attire, then we’ve got your backs. We’ve got you three ways on how you can incorporate this trendy hue into your ensembles this season. Just follow our style guide and you’ll be walking down the streets looking your stylish best.
As an accessory
If you’re apprehensive to don this colour into your outfit by going all out, then go the easy way. Work the colour into your outfit with accessories. Burgundy sneakers are going to be your safest bet. Pair them up with a white Henley tee and chinos for the perfect pop of colour. If you’re looking to amp up your boring overcoat and boots outfit, then wrap a gorgeous burgundy muffler around your neck. For a suave smart casual look, match a bowtie in burgundy with suspenders in the same hue over a white and grey outfit.
As a layering piece
Keep things smart by layering your outfit. Opt for a sleek burgundy coat over a monochrome black outfit. Bombers are in this season and make for a great statement look. For an uber-cool vibe, throw on a bomber jacket in burgundy over a white tee and black jeans combo. Team up your casual wear with a burgundy cardigan for when the temperature drops.
As a key piece
Not afraid to sport burgundy, then this one’s for you? Grab a chunky sweater in burgundy and style your look around that piece. Wear a white shirt under it for a nerdy look or simply wear the sweater by itself. Chinos have been a staple in every man’s closet. And what better way than burgundy chinos to try the colour? Rock a pair of burgundy chinos with a relaxed beige shirt for a dapper look. If you’re dressing up for work, then pair your chinos with a navy blue blazer and a white shirt. Don’t confine the colour to a single piece, go overboard with the hue by donning a burgundy suit for a wedding or a black-tie event.