There are plenty of other, more interesting colors that can be used to great effect when putting together an ensemble...
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Ties-Necktie.com, a reputable resource for men’s fashion today announced their picks for the 5 best men’s fashion colors for 2013.
“Color is one of the most important factors in men’s fashion,” says site's founder Hendrik Pohl. “Even if you aren’t actively paying attention, there’s no getting around the fact that you’re subconsciously making choices about which colors you throw on your back each morning. In the winter, color sometimes gets thrown by the wayside, with many people preferring to simply wear drab, uninspired pieces out of utility. We wanted to make clear the fact that there are plenty of colors that look great in the winter, many of which our readers might not be aware of.”
Each color is given its own piece, culminating in a series of five articles. Burnt orange, charcoal, forest green, indigo and sandy brown are all highlighted in the series. The articles explain why each color is suitable for winter wear, as well as how men can incorporate them into different types of outfits.
“Most people are quick to think of the standard colors that are associated with winter, which tend to be muted in appearance,” says Pohl. “There are plenty of other, more interesting colors that can be used to great effect when putting together an ensemble, however, which is one of the main reasons we wanted to write this series. Indigo, for example, is often underused in men’s fashion, but dark and moody enough to really work to one’s advantage during the winter. Once you step outside the color box, you start to realize that winter doesn’t begin and end with browns and greys.”
Ties-Necktie.com has a long history of publishing article series’ that highlight different aspects of men’s fashion. Celebrity fashion, style in politics and leading men’s fashion trends are just a few topics that are regularly covered.
“Some of the article series’ we publish are specifically for entertainment value, such as those which deal with celebrity fashion,” says Pohl. “Series’ like this are aimed more specifically at readers who are looking to add some spark to the way they dress, and dressing in an attractive manner can be especially difficult in the winter. Each season, we try to give our readers just a few tips as to how they might want to augment their approach to fashion, and this series is no exception.”