Tip: Using the Correct Pattern at the Right Time

When I wrote the article about how to match shirts and ties commented by high a basic principle of men’s fashion: prints and large patterns always looks more casual and the opposite is also true, the smaller the pattern, the more it contributes to the formality of the costume, especially if we are speaking of the costume social.

Tip Using the Correct Pattern at the Right Time

So when it is let aside the chance and feel the need for something more austere, be it for work or for some important event, look for choose checked as the vichy kid or the “checked plaid” which is the English term for that pattern checkered similar to the window pane but very small, with thin lines and discreet, this way you get a visual less “flat” without seeming informal. The same goes for vertical stripes, in the style of “pinstriped” is always more serious than the shirts with wide bands and end up leaving your combo with a air-clean, well-suited for environments that are conservative.

However, if the goal is to assemble a combination of casual, all kinds of patterns and prints are welcome, but most of the time, the largest achieve results more funky, even in the mix to take tailored pieces with sober colors. Here checked patterns such as madras or tartan, and broad stripes, and even asymmetrical only comes to contribute with the look.

Wait, there’s more…

How are prints such as paisley, argyle, poás, micro-prints, geometric patterns, and horizontal stripes?

With the exception of the micro-pattern, all these make the balance lean toward the casual, you can even add them to your suit, whether in a shirt, tie or even a mesh in the times of cold, however this will always break a little of the austerity of the set, which, believe me, it may well be positive, provided that it is in time and proper location.

It’s not over yet…

We also have the false flat as the “herringbone” which from afar looks like a fabric background, but it is actually formed by several transverse lines that are forming the drawing really look like the spine of a fish. Precisely because they are so discrete, these standards (note that in most of the times this is not a pattern) do not interfere radically in the result, lending a bit of charm and creating a certain texture to the fabric of the piece of clothing that can make your visual more interesting.

In short:

  • Default or print great casual look;
  • Default or print small look formal;
  • Paysley, argyle, poás, microestampas always will make the balance lean toward the casual, but it is possible to use them with formal wear, since if you learn dosing;
  • False, smooth as the “herringbone” is versatile and fits in almost any look.

 

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