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Apr 11, 2014

Red Colour for Winter!

Colours are great, it makes a gentleman look brighter and also more casual but at the same time very elegant.

Red is the most dominating colour for winter which excites so much mainly because we’ve gotten used to the most neutral colours for the cold season, so it absolutely feels great welcoming a trending bold colour that I’ve seen on the runways and on red-carpets (pun intended there..) Red screams boldness, greatness and a fashion enthused individual who’s willing to play around the palette as a canvas by also toning it down with surrounding neutral colours for instance your beige chinos. So no more winter greys and browns – well not to completely ditch them, but it’s always intriguing welcoming a new feel and trend to the most “boring” season specifically when it comes to fashion and its laws. If the Spring/Summer season was all about bright yellows, oranges and baby blues (don’t you just miss these colours, they bring a smile to my face by just writing about them.) then winter is having a slight twist and delves through another frontier with an inclination of introducing red and many other unusual colours for this cold season. Red predominantly has darker palettes of black, grey and navy having differing shades from the prominent blood –red that we all know of; this provides exciting hues of the colour such as b urgundy and an energetic lift to winter-induced blues.

Frankie C, model, in red cable knit turtleneck sweater

Maison Martin Margiela 14 Men's Chunky Knit Scarf in red at oki-ni

Maison Martin Margiela 14 Men's Chunky Knit Hat in red at oki-ni

Benjamin Schneider by Sylvain Norget

Red Waffle Weave Cardigan with Fur Lined Hood and Toggle Closure. Men's Fall Winter Fashion.

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