Many people think brown is just plain boring, but nothing could be further from the truth this fashion season. In fact, for those who are more contemporary, brown is the new black. Brown is popping up in casual clothes, work attire and formal wear. Plus, the color is so popular that you are even seeing it in house wares, such as accent pillows, curtains, towels, tablecloths, bedding and lamps.
Last fall, it started gaining momentum while orange was enjoying a rebirth. Now brown is one of the most sought after colors. Merchandise buyers everywhere are scrambling to get their hands on brown products because consumers are demanding it more than ever.
Today, if you walk into an Al's Formal Wear, you may think you are ordering in Starbucks when you hear names such as Latte and Espresso being used when renting and purchasing tuxedos and accessories. These are strong brown colors that are simply delicious when paired with a traditional black tux.
Now, you may be asking, brown in weddings? Well, it's true. Brown is such a haute color that many wedding gowns this season are picking up brown as an accent color in the bodice. Adding brown to the groom's attire is an excellent way to complement the bride's dress and the wedding colors. Popular wedding combination colors are brown and pink, brown and tiffany blue, and brown and ivory.
For those who wish to make even more of a fashion statement, you'll love the jolt of attention you receive when you wear the Jean Yves Parisian Super 100s Chocolate 2-button notch tuxedo from Al's. It is downright yummy!
Here are a few tips on how to warm up your coffee colored attire for weddings. By mixing brown accessories, such as Al's satin chocolate vest and tie with one of their black tuxes, you are making a strong conservative statement. The Energy Chocolate 4-in-hand tie and the Joseph Abboud Faille Espresso tie are other great accessory choices for helping you tie your look together with the wedding theme. Very GQ! For a more contemporary look, pair the Jean Yves Parisian Chocolate tuxedo with a vest and tie in pink, mocha or ivory. Don't forget your dancing shoes! They can come in brown too. Alís features the comforting sx7 Matte Chocolate Wing Tips.
And Al's didnít forget about those who need a sweet suit. Al's also features the Tan and Chocolate Caravelli retail suits that are very affordable. Plus, if you are renting a tuxedo, ask the Alís consultant about their deep discount offer for purchasing a suit too.
Who would have thought boring brown would make a come back. Well it has, and it is now, haute chocolate!