Not all red shirts are the same. There are countless shades that can be put together individually or in combination to create the perfect red look. For a smart casual look in dark red, choose a dark red shirt with a button-down collar and a figure-hugging cut. Ties are less suitable for this type of collar, but for a smart look it is recommended to leave the first two buttons of your shirt open. To add a touch of elegance to your outfit, wear a dark blue jacket over your dark red shirt. These two colors harmonize to create an elegant casual look that, when combined with white chinos and black loafers, will bring Italian style to your closet. If you like it even more extravagant, you can also wear your red shirt with a dark blue velvet jacket in winter. Dark blue suit pants with it - done!
Red shirt for autumn
Long sleeve shirts in bordeaux are suitable for both formal occasions and autumn trips to the mountains. A real guy wears a bordeaux shirt from Seidensticker with a light check pattern with black jeans and sturdy tan hiking boots. A light brown jacket or coat with a hood will protect you from unexpected showers and visually brighten up the outfit. For a relaxed stroll around town in late summer, you can also pair your plaid shirt with light gray jeans and gray sneakers. Add a dark blue quilted jacket and a black belt.
Shirts in light red tones for summer
In summer and spring, lighter and brighter colors are in again. Especially a salmon red shirt and polo shirt go perfectly with sun-tanned skin. For a casual street look, you only need two key pieces: a bright red shirt and white denim pants. With these two pieces, you can show up at any garden party or ice cream parlor or take a casual walk by the lake. You'll always cut a fine figure in your polo with light-colored jeans, too.