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This summer, it’s all about how you pair your greys with your colours. The global styles for Spring-Summer 2016 reflect a wide range of hues – from olives and classic greys to royal blues. Light breathable fabrics, accentuated by the right colour codes will drive your power presence in the conference room and outside this summer.

We are listing down here the must-have colours in your wardrobe for this season:

 

Go Classy, Go Blue

Go Royal. Go classy. Go Blue:

Blue is the classic ‘go-to’ for formal wear in summers. Blue, with the right kind of accessories; breathes class and style. A solid blue business suit with pinstripes, paired with a white shirt, is what you should be wearing to that ‘investor meeting’. If you are going out for a dinner later, pair a solid navy suit with a shirt that’s a lighter tone of blue.

 

Significant shades of grey

Significant shades of Grey: 

Grey is classic and has been a summer staple for the past few years – bucking the summer colour trend. The colour is light, breathable and you can play with it extensively by pairing it with other colours. Pairing a grey suit with light or white shirt has been a classic combination and you can never go wrong with it. For a late dinner party, you can pair charcoal grey suit with a black shirt, it’ll give you a more slender taller look.

 

The global styles for Spring-Summer 2016 reflect a wide range of hues – from olives and classic greys to royal blues

GO bold with mustard

Go Bold with Mustard
Stand out in the crowd by sporting a mustard jacket, pair with a similar tone of trousers, let’s say, toasted almond! Mustards are a must have for summer 2016 and perfect for those afternoon brunches, or Sunday sundowners.
Shaken and stirred with Olive

Shaken and Stirred with Olive: 

The versatility of the colour Olive makes it perfect for any occasion. Be it formal or causal. For a causal weekend ensemble, go for an oversized, light weight olive jacket with a midnight blue polo shirt and complete the look with brown double monks.

 

 

make a beige statement

Beige it in:
Beige is a relatively subtle colour. However, just one beige element in your neutral ensemble makes you stand out. For starters, we recommend a beige statement jacket over a light shade trouser and shirt combination.

So, those are our Top 5 recommendations for your summer wardrobe palette. Whether it’s a form-fitting readymade BOLD Jackets or a bespoke formal ensemble – start building your Spring-Summer #boldstyle with the highest quality fabrics from OCM.

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