Paint The Town Brown !
The credit for relaxing norms such as ‘no brown in town’ and ‘no brown after six’ goes to Edward the Prince of Wales (1930s). Thanks to him, today brown can be worn with anything ranging from jeans to cavalry twill and corduroy to flannel. Coming in an endless variety of shades is what makes brown chic and desirable in our unique collection. So, for all the debonair out there, we are listing the occasions when Brown is in town.
Wearing a lighter shade of brown with a dark suit is bound to garner eyeballs that way. But if you want to play it safe, make sure the shade of your brown shoes is darker than the suit you are wearing. It is the best shoe and boot colour for sport coats and contrasting trousers. Sometimes you also see boots or shoes with fabric inserts, which can be quite stylish. The fantastic patina that it develops over time makes it the nonparell colour for casual outfits. So go out and define your own fashion with this very versatile colour.