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Add a touch of old-school style and stand out with the camel. With its warm and inviting tone and naturally autumnal presence, the camel is a classy piece that is great for the transitional seasons but can also be dressed to work in the warmer and cooler months. Go without a tie to master your effortless cool or pair with darker toned accessories and red tones to build a fresh and exciting look that garners compliments and second glances.
Camel pairs effortlessly with darker brown tones, whites, navy’s, and greys. For a more laid back look, a basic white button-down will make you look fresh and casual in the warmer days. Consider something in grey, or blue to make the suit stand out. We think a blue and white gingham shirt looks particularly smart with this piece.
Keep it simple with your colours but avoid hard tones like black. A larger pattern in a warmer red or brown will help not to clash with the warmer nature of the fabric. A knitted woollen/grenadine tie will add some much welcome texture to proceedings.
Darker browns and tan is definitely the order of the day with The Camel. Blacks may work but may come across as austere. Brogues look great in a casual situation and this colour pairs excellently with some fancy loafers and no break in your pant.
Despite its warmer nature, the camel is versatile if you pair it with the right men’s accessories. This is definitely a piece that favours the warmer months but when things cool down, the warmer tones will make you come across as approachable and unique. Camel is a popular choice for the casual suit wearer and those that are after something special for a casual wedding ceremony.
Even though the Camel will suit most people’s undertones and skin colour, it seems to be more forgiving with people with darker skin tones. If you have a particularly reddish skin undertone, this may not be the best option for you.