Color Dare

Let’s face it gentlemen, even the iconic suit can sometimes fall prey to becoming a dull, boring, been there, done that look. We all know that print can add a dash of flair to an otherwise mundane suit, but what about other options.  One way to punch up your suit from your standard jacket and pants combo is to incorporate a vibrant color.

Below, Mr. Radcliffe adds some fresh highlights  by choosing a rich shade of my signature color to liven up his  basic suit. Next, Mr. Ritchson practically glows in his brilliant teal ensemble. So what do you think? Are you willing to take a color dare?

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(photos courtesy of (A. Ritchson) & (D. Radcliffe))

What do you think? Love my choices? Hate them? If you have a butthole then you have an opinion…and now would be a good time to share it! Comment below (but please be respectful).




6 thoughts on “Color Dare

  1. JC

    Great post, I think men need to incorporate more colors into their wardrobe collections! I’m tired of seeing the same old grey, brown, khaki, black, and navy suits. It’s fall, time to spice up those suits and show us women how attractive color can be, like the two hotties above!!!


  2. necessities123editor

    OK The first is… half-way. The violet suit is not the usual choice. The cut is not the most suitable one for the person wearing it. Ant the choice of the simple black tie, the shirt and the black shoes is definitely not the most daring and original option. It’s neither eccentric, nor elegant…
    The petroleum oil green is definitely not my favorite color… white shirt and black tie matched with this suit certainly do not contribute to the original look classified under “Color dare”!

    I like colors… they help me express my feelings, thoughts, attitudes…
    Below, you will find some suggestions how I see the color dare game:

    As I said – I like colors:

    There are many colorful options I suggested on my own site and the Vanity Fair Best dressed story…

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