Blue shirts from the best menswear brands. Also, the choice of a blue shirt is very personal - often the best choice, because many shirts have a blue hue. Here you will find all shirts and blouses for men with blue as the main color. A blue or light blue shirt is suitable for both business and casual wear. A trusted online store for buying "blue shirts". Only the best blue shirts and blue shirts of the highest quality.
A light blue shirt makes a happy day
Blue shirt: a peaceful and calm color
One of the most popular shirt colors is the blue shirt. Blue casts a calm, serene look. There is a difference between light blue and dark blue shirts. A light blue shirt can be worn with many other colors, as the color is very similar to white. With dark blue shirts, people often choose garments with a softer color to match. Colors like light pink, white or gray go well with it. Whatever shade you choose, you can hardly go wrong with a blue shirt.
Blue shirt - the versatile shirt
Here are some wearing tips on how to make your blue shirt look its best: For example, take inspiration from Italian fashion designers and wear your dark blue dotted shirt from OLYMP or CASA MODA with white jeans or linen trousers. Tuck it in and casually leave the first two or three buttons undone. A tan belt and a blue leather loafer finish off the Italian style. A pair of dark sunglasses on top and you start every summer day in style. For this look, we recommend the OLYMP Level Five Body Fit shirt in light blue/blue/white, dotted.
We're all about plaid - especially when it comes to blue shirts!
Checks are also fully in trend again this year. Especially a blue shirt with plaid makes fabrics and colors seem warmer in the vicinity. In addition, the blue color emphasizes your facial features and flatters any complexion. Wear the blue check shirt with a pair of dark blue jeans with a light wash and complete your casual outfit with a light brown belt and light brown leather loafers. To upgrade the outfit, you can wear a dark blue jacket over it or go for a dark blue quilted jacket for more casual occasions. With a few cool accessories, you'll become an eye-catcher in no time and prove you have a knack for fashion.
If you attach as much importance to perfection in your casual look as you do in the office, you can style your blue shirt just as well for everyday wear. Even on a stroll through the city, the well-groomed man is not satisfied with a baggy sweater. If you have style, wear your blue shirt with light beige chinos. Roll up your pants two or three times and add casualness to your casual look with a pair of white sneakers. On windy days, you can add a dark blue jacket to your outfit. If you are looking for a blue men's outfit, take a look at the wide range of blue men's shirts from OLYMP.
In our opinion, every man should own at least one nice light blue or blue shirt. Blue is a calm and contemplative color that can be combined with almost all colors of clothes. A blue shirt always gives a fresh and clean look.
BLUE: A business shirt and a color
It is good to know what impression you make when you choose your clothes. In some cases, the choice of color can even be very important. If you are applying for a job, the choice of shirt color can make the first, important impression. First, your clothes should match your job or the occasion - and you can't really go wrong with the color blue. It is not always necessary to wear a suit, because even a shirt with a pair of elegant trousers conveys a certain professionalism. In general, dark blue, navy blue, blue or white are good colors for a shirt for business occasions. The most common colors are white and blue (or light blue).
Light blue shirts are probably the most popular shirt color after the white shirt. Sometimes the shirt industry is also accused of producing "only white and blue shirts". This is probably true if you count all the shades of white and blue that exist. The blue shirt remains an essential part of a man's business wardrobe.
A blue shirt
A blue shirt can feel fresh and good: nice and soft and dry - comfortable against the skin. The classic blue shirt comes in a variety of weaves such as poplin (basket weave, often a slightly thinner blue shirt), a twill weave (full blue look) or a nice oxford weave (cross) - a little less well known is the birdseye weave which can add a little more panache to a blue shirt. Blue shirts give a certain and complete look and are actually good to wear both casually and for business. The most common shirts are: the very light blue shirt, the light blue shirt, the full blue shirt and the dark blue or navy blue shirt.
Next to the most popular solid blue shirts is the penstripe. The penstripe is an often vertical "blue pencil stripe" that is pulled over a white shirt. Over the years, this has become one of the standard business shirts. In addition to the blue penstripe, there are open bars (blue shirt where the bars are white - the space in between is blue) and closed bars or blue checks (where the space in between is white and the bar is colored blue).
The true wearer of the blue shirt
A true gentleman does not wear T-shirts under a blue shirt or blouse. But sometimes, when it's a bit colder, an undershirt is nice. Blue shirts tend to puff up against the skin - and contrary to popular belief that this is due to a thin blue shirt, the problem can be solved by wearing a t-shirt in the color that contrasts as little as possible with the skin. In some cases, this is a light salmon color or a soft shade of gray. The result is no contrast, so you see a crisp blue shirt. The blue shirt looks best in this situation.
The blue color in RAL
RAL is the international standard color system (widely used for paints). There are 25 common shades of blue, starting with RAL numbers 5000 to 5026, including ultramarine blue, signal blue, azure blue, light blue, cobalt blue, royal blue and midnight blue (dark blue is also often called Na