Women are never afraid to strut around in bright colours. But men, on the other hand, are still a little apprehensive to wear hues apart from black, grey, white and brown. That said, time and again we do spot some stylish men who step out of their comfort zone and embrace bold and bright hues. And that’s inspiration enough for you to try such colours. Orange is one such hue you can definitely add to your closet. It may be intimidating to sport the colour at first, but with the right styling you can be a headturner. Don’t know how to how to go about it? Worry not, boys, we’ve got your back! Check out three ways on how to inject some of that orange into your outfits without looking like you just played Holi.
Experimenting with new trends or even colours can be slightly tricky. And if you’re a newbie who is trying to work orange into your outfit, we recommend you start with adding a small dose of the colour into your outfit. Accessories are your best friends when it comes to playing with colours. Pair an orange tie or a pocket square with a sharp navy blue suit for a pop of colour. You can also wear orange sneakers or an orange scarf with your basic white tee and a pair of jeans. Don an orange turban or dupatta if you’re looking to incorporate orange in your Indian ethnicwear.
Keep your look sharp and structured using layering pieces. An orange blazer will add that perfect dash of colour to a monochrome outfit. If that’s a little too bold for you to try, opt for a rusty orange coat instead. Since Indian ethnic outfits are all about colours, you can easily pair up a white kurta with an orange bandhgala or a waistcoat.
Add a key piece
Ready to take the plunge with this hue? Then this one’s for you. Style your entire outfit around a key piece in orange. You can play with different shades of orange to figure out which one suits you the best. Throw an orange sweater over a white collared shirt and a pair of neutral chinos for an effortless look. If you’re feeling too bold and confident, then pick up the brightest orange shirt or tee and pair it with a pair of blue denims. Your safest bet will be sporting an orange kurta, which will practically work for any occasion.