Blue suit and brown shoes is the perfect suit and dress shoe combination. But that doesn't mean that it is the easiest combination. The different shades of blue suits and brown shoes make it more difficult to combinate than it seems. Let's get through all the possibilities so we clarify the main points and you make the best decision each time you need to decide your suits and shoes combination.
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About our Navy Blue Suits
A navy blue suit is a classic choice. If you are choosing your first suit this is the right choice. And if you already have a navy blue suit, it is always a perfect time to have a different one so you can choose a linen navy suit for summer, or a velvet or corduroy navy suit for autumn and winter events.
What colors go with navy blue suit?
The good thing about navy blue suits is that as it is the first choice when thinking about suits, it combines almost with any other colour. The easiest choice: combine it with a white dress shirt. The trendy choice: add a light blue dress shirt or a pink dress shirt. About accessories. Black or brown belts and shoes are the most common choice. Remember that belt and shoes should have the same colour.
Is navy blue suit formal?
Yes, navy suits and dark charcoal suits are considered formal suits. But it doesn't mean that they are only formal suits. A blue navy suit can be really casual if you combine it with a white t-shirt and white sneakers. It's so versatile that for many people it is just the starting point of many outfits.
What shoes with navy blue suit?
Again, it is really easy. The most formal combination would be navy suit and black dress shoes. Then you can make it more fun with navy suit and brown dress shoes. Those two combinations would be essential in business dress code. Then a navy suit accepts trying with white sneakers. Change the rules, try your own navy suit - shoes combinations.
Do brown shoes go with navy blue suit?
Yes, navy blue suits match with brown shoes. It is not the most formal combination, but they match and they are really trendy. If you are wearing brown dress shoes please make sure that your belt is also brown. Find more information about this combination in our blog post: Blue suit and brown shoes
What color socks do you wear with a blue suit?
If you wear a blue suit you should wear blue socks. The closer the shade the better. But if you are wearing a navy blue suit and you don't have navy blue socks, don't worry, you can also try to match the colour of the shoes. If you are wearing black shoes with a blue suit, you can try with black socks, for example.
What tie goes with navy suit?
It is difficult to choose the wrong tie when wearing a navy suit. But to make it simple if you don't know where to start, try a grey tie or navy blue tie or red shades tie. It doesn't matter if it is solid or patterned, you choose. Give yourself some freedom when choosing the tie and choose the one you like.
Is it OK to wear black shoes with a navy blue suit?
No problem at all wearing black shoes and navy suits. It is the most classic choice. Nothing will go wrong with this combo.
Can you wear a blue suit to a wedding?
Yes, even if the invitation says black tie dress code. If you have a black tuxedo, you may wear it, but if you don't, a dark navy suit will be an excellent choice even for a black-tie dress code required. If the invitation does not mention the dress code, ask the bride and the groom, but assume that a navy blue suit will be perfect for the event.
What colour waistcoat with navy blue suit
If you want to wear a waistcoat with your navy suit and you want to make it easy choose a waistcoat of the same fabric and shade. That will never go wrong, and a navy blue 3 piece suit is really elegant.