Yes, it’s true. This most “obvious” of mens garment colours is transforming.

SUITS in deep navy blue have been a hugely popular favourite for many years. The vast majority of business men have at least one traditional navy blue suit in their wardrobe. But during the last few years interesting rich new shades of blue have come to the suit market. Lighter, brighter and with a new intensity, you’ll see these new suit colours for business and formal wear. At Suits on Q in Brisbane where we operate our Custom Made Shirts boutique I’m seeing this first hand as we dress business men and wedding parties in the new blues.

SHIRTS likewise have also exploded into myriad shades of blue over the years from the lightest duck egg blue through sky, cornflower to deepest lush French navy blue. Plains, stripes, checks, prints, florals, textures...they’re all included, as are a spectrum of blues in neckties and other accessories…blue shoes too!

When wearing blue, we suggest mixing and matching shades and tonal range across your shirt, tie and suit to create your own individual style. Dark blues and navy suggest stability, trust and maturity while light blues suggest cool, youthful masculinity.

What’s constant is our dedication to 100% pure cotton quality. Our shirt designs are timeless “Jermyn Street” in origin and you can select your ideal business shirt fit – Classic Fit, Trim Fit or Slim Fit.

BLUE Edward Stripe Shirts help you create a winning combination; sophisticated style so that you always look your best.


100% pure cotton fabrics for custom made blue shirts

Posted by Andrew Dobson on 13th May, 2014 | Comments | Trackbacks
Categories: blue shirts, mens blue shirts, blue business shirts, mens blue business shirts
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