Stay Sharp in a Palette of Monochromatics
Going monochromatic is a simple and sharp strategy to staying fashionable. Monochromatic Fashion means sticking to one hue in a variety of tints, tones and shades. You can select any color, ranging from neutrals to primary brights. For a modern and minimalistic aesthetic, stick to menswear neutrals likes navy blues, greys and tans. For a louder approach, choose more enthusiastic hues like oranges, greens and purples.
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A navy blue suit is an ideal starting point for achieving a chic monochromatic look. This look is spectacularly masculine and expertly put together with the navy blue suit, the blue plaid shirt, the textured blue tie and the brown shoes and coordinating carrying case. Other ties that could work with this look can be found in our collection of dark blue ties.
Monochromatic accessories can be both solid singular colors or patterned and textured depending on your style proclivities. Patterned accessories have a a trendier aesthetic whereas solid colors are more minimalistic and clean.
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A palette of graphite greys are perfect for mastering the quintessential monochromatic ensemble. We love the above look of the textured modern grey suit, the solid grey shirt and the textured grey skinny tie.
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Don’t shy away from patterns when going monochromatic. For example, you can pair a pin striped charcoal suit with a grey cashmere sweater, a check dress shirt and a textured silver tie. When going monochromatic with greys, you can opt for a broad range of grey and silver neckties.
Here are some of our favorite patterned and textured grey ties to use with a tonal grey suit or blazer.
Going Mad for Monochromatic Style doesn’t have to be all about suits and blazers. You can easily go for a casual look and stick to layering your basics. This savvy outfit in a palette of earthtone browns includes cotton chinos, a cardigan sweater, a leather jacket and suede shoes.
Pick your hue and go Monochromatic. You’re guaranteed to look super sharp.
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