For business, you almost certainly have sneakers that are brown and sneakers that are black, but have you ever puzzled how interchangeable they are with your suits and what variants are greatest?

If your match is navy you can wear black or brown. If you wear brown, then I would want to see a brown belt and a shirt and/or tie mix that has a minimal “heat” in it also – like yellow, tan, orange, maroon, or brown.

If your match is black, wear black sneakers only.

If your match is charcoal wear black sneakers only.

If your match is medium grey you can wear possibly brown or black. Same as earlier mentioned, match your belt in both of those situations, and with the black, I might like to see your shirt and tie be in the “cooler” color array this kind of as blues, greens, purple, eggplant, or a purple-ly red. If you choose brown then pick a hotter toned shirt and tie to complement.

If your match is brown wear brown sneakers.

If your suite is taupe or tan or beige, this is not a formal match color, so you can be a bit flexible in your selection. I might preserve the color neutral, softer browns.

If your match is white and it really is summertime, white sneakers. If its formal or not summertime, black.

State-of-the-art: I adore the “cordovan” (that darkish cherry red) with brown or medium grey or brown outfits – again, see if you can choose up some of the tones with your shirt or tie, and I Appreciate two tone wing suggestions when you can be a minimal frisky!



Resource by Ann E Lindsay