L’ HOMME BRITANNIQUE FEAT. MR.BUTTON

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Colour can be a cruel mistress when it comes to picking the perfect suit. Most of us know that we could stand to win some serious style points by giving colours outside our comfort zone a go, but finding hues that work with your complexion is often easier said than done ; with such a kaleidoscopic spectrum of shades on offer, it’s no mean feat sorting the wheat from the chaff. Now, some of you are bound to disagree, saying it’s not exactly rocket science, but simply a matter of trying something on and sizing it up in a changing room mirror before you buy. And to an extent, you’re right. But if you want to shave some time off your shopping rounds or buy more confidently online, then it’s worth acquainting yourself with a few key rules when it comes to knowing the colours that are sure to complement you. First of all, take a look at your forearm. In order to best judge which colours should form the core of your wardrobe, you’ll need to determine whether your skin is pale, medium/olive, or dark. Once that’s out of the way, you can then go ahead with finding enough options keeping your budget in mind. Coming back to online choices, it gives me immense pleasure to do one yet another post featuring Mr. Button’s A/W 15. As we all know, this winter is all about solid hues; the mustard tan is one of my favorite’s among the colour palatte. Having it’s own strong appearance, this colour goes along best with almost all skin tones, leaving a stylish trail behind. Addition of the trench coat is optional. Since, I was running a story around the typical British Man of the 70’s, it only helped me create a stronger character of the same here.

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WARDROBE COURTESY  FEAT. TANNED SUIT & SHOES  BY MR.BUTTON.

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