Revitalising, rejuvenating and refreshing – Turquoise is a pop of positivity, perfect for adding some elegance and vivid calm to your look.
We asked LSC friend and celebrity stylist Michael Fisher to share his tips for incorporating this green blue hue into our wardrobe this season. And having styled the likes of Jonah Hill, Bryan Cranston, Dan Stevens and Adam Driver (often in LSC socks), he knows what he’s talking about.
Turquoise is optimistic and refreshing. It reminds us of blue skies, of summertime, of calm. It’s the colour of the water on your holiday – evoking memories of being somewhere relaxing and warm. Turquoise socks are easy to pair with any number of colours we all have in our wardrobes and add a real lift to them.
I’d style turquoise socks with all tones of grey, navy and brown – those staples that need a pop. A signal of refresh and renewal any time of year. Pair with navy or grey tailoring and brown or black shoes. For smart casual, try charcoal wool trousers dressed down with clean white trainers and Olde Turquoise Simply Sartorials. Marine Blue Simply Sartorials are a lighter brighter turquoise, which look really great with navy and denim. Pair with brown Chelsea boots.
There are the essential neutrals like grey, navy and brown. On a more casual side, turquoise looks with army green. Don’t be afraid to add that more tropical turquoise pop to khakis and sands.
Turquoise inspires a sense of freedom and endless rolling waves, the sounds of peaceful coastal relaxation. Its calming, tranquility evokes fresh air and hopefulness.
Layering – mixing oversized with fitted, readiness and appropriate transitional dress that can take you anywhere with versatility. With unpredictable weather changes, we must be prepared for what may come our way and layering is the only way to be sure of that.
Turquoise is a great colour for lightweight jumpers in merino wool or cashmere, which can tie a whole look together easily with turquoise socks. For a dandier approach, add a pocket square in you salt/pepper tweed sport coat, or as an accent colour in any printed tie, or shirting.
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