Styling the Fringe Sandals with Colors and Prints.
Hello guys, welcome back to the blog segment of the 313 eko website, I’m glad to tell you that we’ll be having a whole new look, more frequent posts, and intricate fashion tips and editorials that help you to best rock our products.
Today’s editorial discusses 3 common topics in the fashion content creation world, and they are Colors, Prints, and of course it features the 313 eko special – The Fringe Leather Sandals.
It seems that most males we have an innate disposition compared to their female counterparts when it comes to color. It scares us. Confuses us. Gives us that dizzy feeling not unlike vertigo. This often results in the modern day man we see who prefers to stick to neutral tones like black, white and grey which, let’s be honest… is pretty boring. But luckily, you don’t need to be a woman to understand how to wear color, you just need to understand the color wheel.
There are the basic colors that can be referred to as hues. If you add white or black to these then they will change in hue yet again; for example violet and white will make lavender while black with purple will make plum, but let’s not going into all that detail now, what’s important for this editorial is how to combine colors with prints.
Except the prints are monochrome, most prints are usually very colorful, they comprise of a lot of patterns in different colors, understanding this is key to appropriately combining with a plain color. Your first and safest option of styling an outfit which has prints as a component is combining with neutral colors, you might not look spectacular, but you won’t go wrong.
But HEY! We’re fashion forward right? Sometimes we want to make it more fun, even more daring, if you belong to this category, the first step is studying the prints, look closely at all the colors, and pick one, that’ll serve as the foundation for your styling. I personally like to pick the color that is least prominent, for example, Blue in my outfit, hence why my shirt is blue.
And of course, in the light of keeping us in the loop on trendy ways to style your 313 eko sandals, I used a pair of leather Fringe Sandals with Fur details crafted to perfection by the bespoke brand, @313eko for this editorial .. It might be true that sandals, in the global men’s fashion industry stopped being a fashion choice around the time German tourists adopted them as a uniform, but recently, In a piece of rebranding Justin Bieber would kill for, sandals have become an honest-to-goodness trend and infiltrated every major runway this season, so really guys .. Why not?
And contrary to prejudice, they’re not solely made for native outfits, create a sartorial irony, wear it with a dapper outfit, its not impossible.
So thank you for reading guys, I’m sure you picked up a thing or two, We’d love to hear from you, what do you think? How would you love to style your fringe sandals?