How to Wear Yellow\nYellow is an essential autumnal colour. It is the perfect way to freshen up your look on a miserable drizzly day. When styling yellow, we always recommend pairing the colour with neutral pieces in white, navy, black, or beige. Check out our yellow Cotton Stretch Half Zip Knit, and pair it with a basic white tee and vintage wash jeans.\nIf you feel intimidated by yellow, you can always opt to incorporate the colour in much smaller doses with some fun socks or a striped rugby jumper. The Block Stripe Rugby Jumper features yellow and navy contrast stripes which can be easily worn on weekends with some simple trainers and blue jeans.\n \n\n \nHow to Wear Red\nA casual and striking colour, red is a less formal option than neutral or dark tones such as black and white. It pairs nicely with weekend and ‘off-duty’ outfits that need a pop of colour. Opt for a contemporary half-zip knit in red layered over a crisp check oxford shirt. For the bottoms, throw on a pair of dark navy chinos to balance out the tones. Warmer neutrals, such as beige or brown, also work well with red pieces and are more suited for everyday daytime looks.\nFor those brisk Saturday mornings, create a casual sporty look with blue jeans and a bold puffer vest, worn over our Long Sleeve Picque Polo shirt. Complete the outfit with some comfortable sneakers and you’re good to go.\n \n\n \nHow to Wear Navy \u0026amp; Blue\nAs a classic colour in menswear, navy is one of the most flattering colours that pairs with almost any item. Unlike black, which can look too formal at times, navy is contemporary and wearable on all occasions. The Merino V-Neck is a classic workwear staple that can be layered over any business shirt and worn with your favourite go-to suit.\nOn casual Fridays, you can’t go wrong with a pair of neutral tapered chinos, a coloured polo shirt, and our versatile Featherweight Comfort Jacket. For something a little brighter, try our bright blue Cotton Stretch Half Zip Knit worn under our Lightweight Puffer Vest – the perfect golf outfit for a day on the green.\n \n\n \nIntroducing Hints of Colour\nIf colour blocking with bold autumnal colours isn’t for you, checked shirts are a safe way to introduce colour to your outfits. GAZMAN’s collection of oxford shirts come in a variety of colours and patterns including check, gingham, and striped. These shirts create a much subtler look as they are mostly neutral with hints of colour.\n \n\n \nWearing Colour Tips \u0026amp; Tricks\nTake the stress out of autumn styling and brighten up your day with a bit of colour. Here are some of our general tips and tricks when adding colour to your outfit:\n \n\n\nColour blocking: When you don’t know what colours match, try contrasting complementary colours such as orange and blue, purple and yellow or green and red.\n\nLayering: Utilise vests and thin crew necks to polish off any ensemble and add warmth when you need it most. On warmer days, try a long-sleeved t-shirt under a casual jacket or chunky knit.\n\nAccessories: Pull your look together with an effortless accessory. Mix and match with a versatile woollen scarf or statement brown belt. Don’t be afraid to add a pop of colour to your tie or socks as well.\n\n \nAdd some colour to your autumn wardrobe with the latest men’s clothing at GAZMAN.