Styling Tips for Matching Men's Accessories

Posted on March 14 2022

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Using a variety of colours, patterns, and textures is crucial to putting together an outfit that looks excellent when worn together. A certain level of consistency between different elements in your outfit will make you appear well dressed and fascinating at all times. Managing your outfit's various accents is a sign of stylistic skill. The good news is you can easily master these skills.

The simplest way to elevate any outfit is to add accessories. A classic watch with a brown or black leather strap adds a touch of sophistication to your ensemble, while a stylishly patterned tie lets your personality shine through without saying anything. When it comes to accessories, it's easy to go overboard and seem sloppy if you don't know how to properly wear them. Here are a few suggestions to keep in mind when selecting your accessories. Now, we're not saying that these guidelines should be blindly obeyed. In contrast, we believe that being aware of the rules of accessorising and then actively choosing what to do with that knowledge is a beneficial move.

The first rule is that leathers must match leathers. This means wear brown shoes if you have on a brown belt. Staying with one colour makes your overall look fresh and sleek.

When we state that leather must match leather, we do not mean that you have to spend hours searching for the exact shade of your belts at the shoe store. Staying within the same colour family is enough. Shoes determine the colour of your leather accessories.

To begin, carefully select your colours...

It's no surprise that the colours you wear can reveal a lot about your personality. When you need to look professional and talk business, wear all black accessories, but on the weekends, wear white or brown. They should be of complementing colours or different neutrals in either case.

How Should You Match Your Belt, Shoes, and Other Accessories?

Basically, the most difficult part for men is about matching the colours; How to Look Coordinated vs. Matchy-Matchy? Can I wear a brown belt with tan shoes? What about these navy shoes? Is it necessary to pick a matching belt for these? Rest assured, it's easier than you think.

This is a basic rule. It's also the easiest, and the least acceptable to get wrong;
Your belt and shoes should match in colour and formality.

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When it comes to matching shoes with belts, the colour of the leather is obviously important, but so is the texture of the leather, and, to a lesser extent, the metal buckle. Ideally, you should match the texture, colour, and metal colour of the belt (buckle), as well as the shoe and other accessories you may have.

We suggest you match the colour of your shoes and belt as precisely as possible. Luckily, as there is a visible space between your belt and your shoes, it doesn't have to match exactly; it simply has to be close enough to look the same. The more formal the event, the more essential colour matching becomes. That is, if you have a black leather strap watch with a silver clasp, you should wear it with a black leather belt also with a silver buckle. Matching a black pair of shoes with a black belt is easy since black does not come in any other colour tones.

Matching Your Belt to Your Outfit's Formality

Formal belts are typically made of leather and are thinner in design, with basic, rectangular or square buckles, whereas informal belts are thick and might be made of cloth. Wear the leather belt for a formal occasion like a business meeting or office and the fabric belt when doing errands.

Watch Strap

Watches are the main part of men's accessories. Wearing a watch is a part of most stylish men's morning routines, and they can be worn at any time and in any place. If the watch has a leather strap, match it with your belt and shoes. The colour shade for your leather watch straps should match that of your belt. The body of the watch should be the same colour as the buckle on the belt. You may get away with being less precise with your colour matching here; as long as you hit the proper colour family, the tones can be different. for example, a brown watch strap will go with a tan leather belt and shoe.

Men's Classic Leather watch

Matching Your Metals

Matching the metal on your belt buckle to the metal on your shoes will help to streamline your look. In the same way that you matched your leathers in the previous steps, you'll now match your metal hardware. You should match your belt buckle to your watch in this step. It's advisable to keep your metals in the same family as your leathers. A silver watch should be worn with a belt with a silver buckle. Wearing only one metal at a time keeps your look simple and tidy. If you're wearing a watch with a leather strap, be sure it goes with your attire.

Leather Bracelets

One of the simplest accessories to wear is a bracelet. A thin leather or bead band can add a touch of elegance to your outfit while also allowing us to express a piece of our personality without having to say anything. It could be a way of indicating a life outside of the job or a way of exchanging a vibe with people around us. Bracelets are a great way to add a pop of colour to your outfit. however, when choosing a bracelet make sure to go for a right colour

Change up your bracelets and go for deeper tones in the same colour family. For example, pair a classic dark brown leather bracelet with a brighter coloured leather belt. Also, you can combine a black leather bracelet with a brown beaded bracelet.

Men's Leather Bracelets

Leather Bag

Nobody wants to waste their morning switching bags because they choose a black leather belt for the day. It's a good idea to coordinate your shoes and handbag. This, of course, is dependent on your personal style, the season, and the event.

Don't waste too much time thinking over your bag or belt. It's the one piece of clothing that gets a pass... as long as it's a good bag. If you enjoy matching items, though, go ahead and choose a handbag and a pair of shoes that complement each other. There's nothing wrong with matching your accessories to your outfit. For example, A brown leather messenger bag would tie your brown leather shoes and belt together effortlessly.

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Leather Wallet

A leather wallet is essential for a grown man. If it matches your belt, you'll get bonus points. If you're waving your wallet in front of everyone, you've got a bigger problem on your hands. Rather than looking for a wallet that matches your belt and shoes, get one that serves a purpose. If you want to be more sophisticated, you can match your wallet to your leather purse.

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Experimenting with Patterns

A tie with a simple pattern might be a conversation starter. It's a simple approach to bring some individuality into more formal situations. You're good to go as long as the pattern complements (or contrasts) the colour of your shirt.

Considering the Shape of Your Glasses

It's time to add the finishing touches to your style. Many people do not have variations for everyday items such as a bag, wallet, and glasses. When it comes to blending leathers and metals, though, cohesiveness is essential.

Some people don't give much care to their eyeglasses; they simply buy whatever fits their prescription and is within their budget. While inexpensive glasses are fine, we recommend going a step further and selecting frames that complement the form of your face. After all, if you're going to be wearing them all the time, they should look nice on you. Black shell sunglasses with a black leather wallet would take your black leather appearance to the next level.

In short ...

Don't skip the finishing touches when putting together your outfit. Your choice of accessories reflects your individuality and adds just the right amount of flair to your outfit. Accessories that are tastefully coordinated with your attire can help you express professionalism and confidence in any setting. If you're feeling brave, start with our guidelines and learn to break them later. It all comes down to developing your own unique style.

You should, of course, have fun with your outfit. Try not to go overboard, though. Just bear in mind that the basic rule of thumb is to match the colour of your leather accessories. Wearing contradictory leathers would detract from your whole look; so, this is one rule that should not be broken.

We hope these styling tips make you feel more confident in your leather looks every day of the week. Now that you've learned the guidelines, go ahead and match your leathers and metals in a fashionable way!

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