50 Shades Of Grey (On Grey…)

It may not be the most thrilling of colours, but this versatile shade can end up being your best friend. It’s versatility, timeless nature and multiple shades of this trusty colour will become the easiest side you’ll ever have to wear. Now although grey is a classic colour, rocking it head-to-toe does take some skill and it may end up as not such a good look. The only time you can get away with double grey is if you’re earring a suit or tracksuit. in the case of a suit, you can break it up with shoes and shirt and tie, however, grey jeans, sweater and trainers is not.

Tip: your first suit shouldn’t be black. If you look around, grey is becoming the colour that is at the forefront of the office suit. Time to ditch the black or navy blue and go for grey, and as grey comes in so many different shades, you’ll be spoilt for choice. When you start you first office job, your first thought may go to looking at a black suit, as they assume this is the norm for office wear. It’s not. Black suits are for waiters, funeral directors, and guys that are their way to lose in court. If you’re not one of those things, don’t buy black.

Rather than just a pair of trousers or a blazer worn with dark denim jeans, match it with other shades of grey. Not every neutral hue tis, well enough to wear with everything else in your wardrobe. Grey is. It’s a cool, as in temperature, not teen approval, medium charcoal hue that looks good with a crisp white shirt and dark slim tie. And come autumn-to-winter a grey overcoat or jacket will save you a lot of headaches when trying to get ready in the morning, because it’ll go with everything.