How to wear burgundy accessories?
When it comes to accessories and color choices, I think burgundy (or wine read) is one of the most undervalued options. Especially for ties burgundy is a versatile option. It can basically be worn year-round no matter the season, although it works especially well during fall and winter. It is also easy to combine with different shades blue, brown, grey and even with black.
I am not usually that much of a friend for red in terms of accessories. But as you can see here, the deep red of the pocket square works nicely and well with the blue in the suit and burgundy tie.
When choosing a burgundy tie, my personal preference is to wear ties that have a little texture or a very little and small pattern. For example grenadine or raw silk is a perfect material choice for a burgundy tie.
Dark blue suit with white shirt and burgundy tie is totally appropriate for business occasions.
Taking a photo of my photographer… Maybe at some point we will change places so that she is in front of the camera more often.
Close-up and details of my new Monsieur Fox pocket square. One of the negative sides when folding a pocket square like this to your pocket is that you can’t see the beautiful prints that are on it.
Close-up and details of my new Monsieur Fox pocket square – part II
Burgundy grenadine with double four-in-hand knot
Vintage Omega Genevé.
With this combination I feel my MTO-single monks by Alfred Sargent are the best possible choice. The blue in the suit works seamlessly together with the midnight blue calf leather and suede featured in the shoes.