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I'm an explosion of colour!! I wear every shade under the rainbow. I remember going to a formal dance with approx 1000 people in attendance. I was the only person not in black and white (and that was not the theme!) My husband was so proud of me in my bright cobalt blue gown swirling amongst the backdrop of black tuxes and dresses!
I've never been a wallflower and don't plan on it any time soon
The first thing that comes to hand?
Tony and Suzanne Marri...
I love black and white too, as you can accessorize with more flair! I have added some browns this past year, and summer colors are a bit more vibrant.
Jeans and a dress shirts. I like blue it goes with my hair... So my wife says.
John McCormack, CRS
It's always been about black for me (but isn't that an absence of color?) But I enhance with pink and red quite often.
John McCormack, CRS
Light tan slacks and green or dark blue shirts.
Khaki trousers every day, just a way of simplifying my life. My shirts are almost always polo, and the dominant color is black. I haven't worn a tie in years and don't plan to any time soon. Bill
I favor the color blue. Navy slacks and a light blue shirt most of the time.
Dark colors. I seldom wear a white shirt.
I go with the season and since we only have 2 here it is easy. Lots of beachy white and light blues and I am not afraid to wear a pink shirt either!
Good morning Inna. I typically wear winter colors. Black, white, navy . . .
I generally wear black...and now some purple too with the black.
I like dark colors and I satay way from neon colors.
Today I wore a bright pink sweater with brigh flowery pants. I love bold and bright.
My pant color changes, black, navy, brown and grey. My logo shirts are teal, light blue, black and white.
I do not have standard colors. However, I like your idea and will give that some consideration for future clothing purchases.
My favorite suits tend to be navy blue with white or blue dress shirts.
Being a guy I wear what I like, and that my wife will let me leave the house in. It might be blue jeans and flannel shirts if we are out looking at horse properties, to a suit for commercial work or luxury homes.
I'm a winter, am i suppose to know that?
I wear rose, teal, red, gray & black.
I am wearing a white shirt and jeans today. Though, I typically have varying colors of shirts and mostly black pants.
All my pants and shorts are black, with the exception of my uniform pants (OD Green) and my firearm instructor pants (tan).
For shirts, I have black, white, grey, orange, blue, neon green and whatever other color the vendor giving out the shirt wants. Most of my shirts are related to supplement companies, firearm/tactical clothing companies and the occassional funny shirt... so they all have multi colors. For work, my polo shirts are a variety of colors, across the spectrum but at or close to primary colors. I seldom, if ever, pay attention to the color of the shirt I'm buying... except I don't wear red (grew up on Star Trek, red shirts always die on away missions).
Various suit colors with various dress shirts. Right now I am in a white or purple liking for dress shirt colors.
I, too, wear a lot of black in my primary pieces... and accessorize with other colors. I like pink and blue and mauves. My fingernail colors and massive earring collection are a big part of my fashion style.
I guess I have never been that concerned with color as long as I am clean and look professional
I usually wear dark colored pants and a lighter colored top... have many colors for tops....stripes....solid....
Black is a dominant color in my closet, and I also have bright colored dresses for the summer, burgundies, oranges, teal, red in sweaters or tops. A
Denim. I wear jeans every day.
I try to vary slacks between grey, tan and black slacks worn with white, grey, blue amd maroon shirts.
All of my suits and there are five are different shades of grey worn with white shirts and ties.
Not sure that I have a style, generally wear a tie, and ask someone around me if it matches my shirt.
I come from a conservative business/banking/investment banking background, so the colors are mostly subdued except for colorful scarves as accents.