Over the years, the classic black tuxedo and suit (you should know they are two different things) have made their evolutionary transformation in style and tailoring as the single most important item in a mans closet. Show me a man without a suit and i’ll show you a monk!
Today, i can confidently tell you that your suits can be sharp, they can be perfectly cut and tailored but they MUST NOT be black! Gentlemen, it is time to let go of the “black is safer” notion and spruce up your everyday collection style with some color. It doesn’t have to be marching-band bright or dingy as long as its not jaded then you are good.
Did you see the English National Teams official pictures? The four lions Dele Alli, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Raheem Sterling and the hunky Ruben Loftus Cheek were beyond rakish in their custom made blue Marks & Spencer suits. Today’s fashion men are changing the way we’ve always perceived fashion and are doing it stylishly. Be inspired by some of my favorite fashion bloggers and celebrities suited up in colors.

England National Team via Marks & Spencer 
NBA Superstar Dwyane Wade for Away Luggage
SA Designer Linda Makhanya
Nigerian Reality Stars Soma Anyama, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and Bassey Ekenyong
Fashion Blogger George Myrie (@stuylin)
South African Fashion Blogger Trevor @trevorstuurman
Fashion Blogger Aaron Monu (@aaronmonu)
Fashion Blogger Akin Faminu (@akinfaminu)
Fashion Blogger Gabriel Akinosho (@gabrielakinosho)
Reality Star Scott Disick 
Designer Extraordinaire Davison Frere (@musikafrere) and Veteran Actor Richard Round Tree

What do you think about their color choices? Would you be introducing some color into your own collection? I hope you do.



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