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Patterns are a great way to upgrade your business casual style. But if you’re new to the concept, it’s important to start simple. To do so, we suggest getting acquainted with scale and color. Which is exactly what we aim to help you do by sharing this beginner’s guide to fabrics. 


Pro-tip: Small scale patterns are easiest to mix and match. 


Shake things up by highlighting the strongest color in the pattern chosen, and remember, dominant doesn’t always mean strongest. Sometimes the accent color is what makes the dominant color pop. Playing with this knowledge can open a whole new wardrobe of possibilities.  

Patterns are a great way to upgrade your business casual style. But if you’re new to the concept, it’s important to start simple. To do so, we suggest getting acquainted with scale and color. Which is exactly what we aim to help you do by sharing this beginner’s guide to fabrics. Pro-tip:


• Small scale patterns are easiest to mix and match. Shake things up by highlighting the strongest color in the pattern chosen. Remember: dominant doesn’t always mean strongest. Sometimes the accent color is what makes the dominant color pop. Playing with this knowledge can open a whole new wardrobe of possibilities. 

Striped Shirts




Stripes are a straight forward go to option for beginners. We wear wide, thin, vertical, and horizontal variations without giving much thought as to how they are used. There is a good chance you already own a fair share of striped shirts, so here are a few things to keep in mind when putting them into rotation: 


• Thin stripes are preferred when putting together a conservative ensemble. Thicker stripes are bold; thus, an outfit can get flash-in-the-pan pretty quickly for someone who isn’t used to such show stopping antics. 


• Stripes pair well with dark denim and chinos. Color isn’t usually a huge factor here, but that doesn’t mean you should aim for the bare minimum. Start slow and build up to matching colors that aren’t as prevalent upon first wear. Ties are a great way to do this without going overboard.

Striped Shirts



Stripes are a straight forward go to option for beginners. We wear wide, thin, vertical, and horizontal variations without giving much thought as to how they are used. There is a good chance you already own a fair share of striped shirts, so here are a few things to keep in mind when putting them into rotation:


• Thin stripes are preferred if the goal is to put together a conservative ensemble. Thicker stripes are bold; thus, an outfit can get flash-in-the-pan pretty quickly for someone who isn’t used to such show stopping antics.


• Stripes pair well with dark denim and chinos. Color isn’t usually a huge factor here, but that doesn’t mean you should aim for the bare minimum. Start slow and build up to matching colors that aren’t as prevalent upon first wear. Ties are a great way to do this without going overboard.

Striped Shirts



Stripes are a straight forward go to option for beginners. We wear wide, thin, vertical, and horizontal variations without giving much thought as to how they are used. There is a good chance you already own a fair share of striped shirts, so here are a few things to keep in mind when putting them into rotation:


• Thin stripes are preferred if the goal is to put together a conservative ensemble. Thicker stripes are bold; thus, an outfit can get flash-in-the-pan pretty quickly for someone who isn’t used to such show stopping antics.


• Stripes pair well with dark denim and chinos. Color isn’t usually a huge factor here, but that doesn’t mean you should aim for the bare minimum. Start slow and build up to matching colors that aren’t as prevalent upon first wear. Ties are a great way to do this without going overboard.

Checked Shirts

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Checked Shirts


Checkered, or gingham, patterns are a popular choice for both men and women alike. They look good on pretty much anyone and there is a simple reason for that – they scream casual. Like striped shirts, this pattern works well with dark denim and chinos, but also do a good job of dressing down slacks.  Give gingham a try on weekends by: 


 • Adopting a casual tie to spruce up for an outing where jeans and a t-shirt just won’t cut it. Small checkers play nicely with knit ties. Because gingham generally consists of a single color pockmarked on a white (or neutral) background, a bold complementary color can add a bit of flair to an otherwise subdued style.


• Large gingham patterns look great as short sleeve options. Tuck in for shorts, untuck for pants. As an added bonus, gingham’s boxy pattern does for muscle definition the exact opposite of what vertical stripes do for lines. #BulkingSeason 


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Checked Shirts



Checkered, or gingham, patterns are a popular choice for both men and women alike. They look good on pretty much anyone and there is a simple reason for that – they scream casual. Like striped shirts, this pattern works well with dark denim and chinos, but also do a good job of dressing down slacks. Give gingham a try on weekends by:


• Adopting a casual tie to spruce up for an outing where jeans and a t-shirt just won’t cut it. Small checkers play nicely with knit ties. Because gingham generally consists of a single color pockmarked on a white (or neutral) background, a bold complementary color can add a bit of flair to an otherwise subdued style.


• Large gingham patterns look great as short sleeve options. Tuck in for shorts, untuck for pants. As an added bonus, gingham’s boxy pattern does for muscle definition the exact opposite of what vertical stripes do for lines. #BulkingSeason


PICK YOUR SHADE







Checkered, or gingham, patterns are a popular choice for both men and women alike. They look good on pretty much anyone and there is a simple reason for that – they scream casual. Like striped shirts, this pattern works well with dark denim and chinos, but also do a good job of dressing down slacks.

Give gingham a try on weekends by:


• Adopting a casual tie to spruce up for an outing where jeans and a t-shirt just won’t cut it. Small checkers play nicely with knit ties. Because gingham generally consists of a single color pockmarked on a white (or neutral) background, a bold complementary color can add a bit of flair to an otherwise subdued style.


• Large gingham patterns look great as short sleeve options. Tuck in for shorts, untuck for pants. As an added bonus, gingham’s boxy pattern does for muscle definition the exact opposite of what vertical stripes do for lines. #BulkingSeason


PICK YOUR PATTERN



Floral and Geometric Shirts


The modern man believes in floral and geometric patterns. They immediately give off a fun vibe, and when used correctly, can complement any simple piece. Look, style is fluid. It ebbs and flows as time marches forward, but any pattern that draws the collective eye instantly becomes a frontrunner for trends with staying power. Here are a few ways you can jump on the bandwagon:


• Think of these patterns as accents. A floral shirt can do much more than give off an island vibe. Dark colors mixed with solid powder variants are a great way to achieve a fresh spring-time look.


• Leather jackets are a geometric pattern’s best friend. There is something to be said about the classic style of a simple leather coat offset by the bold, yet coordinated, chaos of geometric lines. Keep an eye out for this combination, we suspect it’ll be big going into the next few seasons. 

Tying it all together:


When accessorizing your patterned shirt with a tie keep these suggestions in mind:


• If the pattern on the shirt is small scale, then go for a bold patterned tie. The rest of your outfit should be neutral or dark in color.


• If the pattern on the shirt is large scale, then opt for a solid color tie or small-scale patterned tie in the accent color. The rest of your outfit should be coordinated around the shirt’s dominant color.


We will have more details on these concepts in our upcoming Tie and Shirts guide.

PICK YOUR PATTERN



Floral and Geometric Shirts



The modern man believes in floral and geometric patterns. They immediately give off a fun vibe, and when used correctly, can complement any simple piece. Look. Style is fluid. It ebbs and flows as time marches forward, but any pattern that draws the collective eye instantly becomes a frontrunner for trends with staying power. Floral and geometric patterns are coming back in a big way because of this. Here are a few ways in which you can jump on the bandwagon:


• Think of these patterns as accents. A floral shirt can do much more than give off an island vibe. Dark colors mixed with solid powder variants are a great way to achieve a fresh spring-time look.


• Leather jackets are a geometric pattern’s best friend. There is something to be said about the classic style of a simple leather coat offset by the bold, yet coordinated, chaos of geometric lines. Keep an eye out for this combination, we suspect it’ll be big going into the next few seasons. 

Tying it all together:


When accessorizing your patterned shirt with a tie keep these suggestions in mind:


• If the pattern on the shirt is small scale, then go for a bold patterned tie. The rest of your outfit should be neutral or dark in color.

• If the pattern on the shirt is large scale, then opt for a solid color tie or small-scale patterned tie in the accent color. The rest of your outfit should be coordinated around the shirt’s dominant color.


 We will have more details on these concepts in our upcoming Tie and Shirts guide. 


Floral and Geometric Shirts



The modern man believes in floral and geometric patterns. They immediately give off a fun vibe, and when used correctly, can complement any simple piece. Look. Style is fluid. It ebbs and flows as time marches forward, but any pattern that draws the collective eye instantly becomes a frontrunner for trends with staying power. Floral and geometric patterns are coming back in a big way because of this. Here are a few ways in which you can jump on the bandwagon:


• Think of these patterns as accents. A floral shirt can do much more than give off an island vibe. Dark colors mixed with solid powder variants are a great way to achieve a fresh spring-time look.


• Leather jackets are a geometric pattern’s best friend. There is something to be said about the classic style of a simple leather coat offset by the bold, yet coordinated, chaos of geometric lines. Keep an eye out for this combination, we suspect it’ll be big going into the next few seasons. 


PICK YOUR PATTERN


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Tying it all together:


When accessorizing your patterned shirt with a tie keep these suggestions in mind:


• If the pattern on the shirt is small scale, then go for a bold patterned tie. The rest of your outfit should be neutral or dark in color.


• If the pattern on the shirt is large scale, then opt for a solid color tie or small-scale patterned tie in the accent color. The rest of your outfit should be coordinated around the shirt’s dominant color. 


 We will have more details on these concepts in our upcoming Tie and Shirts guide. 

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