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Some Tips from a Fashion Director on Wearing Colors

By Guest Author On May 10, 2011 Under Improve Your Life, Improve Your Self Esteem, Law of Attraction, Self Improvement, Success Secrets

Since fashion in general is a huge challenge for men, mixing and matching colored custom dress shirts is not different thing. Men, whose brains are naturally wired with pride, usually asked fashion-related questions from their female friends, girlfriend or wives to fish for tips and advice indirectly so they will not look like a total fashion mess when they go out.

Men with innate good taste of colors and who are gifted with great eyes for color and shade details, especially with color combination are very rare, and this type of men usually make some heads turn to their direction. Regardless of the mens dress shirts designs and colors they put on, everything looks in place and coordinated.

 A guy who is quite keen with colors and how to mis and match them is Kim Johnson, a fashion editor and director. He said men should not fear to explore colors, instead, they should embrace the challenges of being able to combine colors well to influence creativity. 

One of Gross’s suggestions and tips to men who hopes to opt for colored dress shirts, is to keep the color around their faces, adding that they should also remember to wear custom dress shirts with carefully chosen colors and designs to keep flattering colors that further enhance their skin complexion and texture and even their eye color around the face. This quick tip will keep men from looking pathetic and pale, as if they have just gotten out of the hospital after how many days of confinement.

 Chic Simple Ltd. co-founder, Gross also advised men to avoid very bright, solid-colored and lively socks. Colored socks are not very a very good idea because it is quite strange for men to wear them. Though, it is tolerable to wear socks with different colors, but as long as they have stripe designs and argyle, too.     

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