Outfit Ideas for Mens Green Ties

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In today’s fashion tendencies, a very delicate accessory is the men’s green tie. If you take a moment to look around, you will barely see men who wear green ties. I bet there will be days you will see none. But why is that? Are they out of style or something? Actually no – they are as stylish as any other tie.

The problem is that they are more difficult to match in a daily outfit. The reason why they are not so frequently seen is that if you do not succeed incorrectly matching the green tie, your outfit automatically turns into the biggest misunderstanding ever. Keep in mind that the green tie is always well noticed which can be awesome if you nail your outfit, and a complete disaster if you mess it up.

The fact is that a men’s green tie, which looks chic and classy, requires a bit more digging and careful choosing. Of course, you can go out and buy the first green tie you lay your eyes on but chances are you will make people think, “What a nice Halloween accessory!”

Green is a color of harmony, maturity, and equilibrium. It shows balance and growth. From a psychological point of view, it is considered to relieve stress. And this is a great hint! “What hint? What are you talking about?”, you might say. Let us explain: all of the above statements come to show that when choosing a green tie you have to avoid the shiny and sparkling type. The tie should be in a soothing and calming shade. And that’s exactly what we are going to use in order to learn how to correctly match a green tie in an outfit so that it can represent you in the best light possible.

In this article, we are going to review outfit combinations which include various kinds of green ties in a lot of different shades and patterns. We will also review some ties which, although not essentially green, have an outlined pattern in the same color.

The below guidelines can be freely used with the same or similar colors and types of clothing or as an indication on how to match different greenish color ties with the same or similar patterns.

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Outfit Ideas for Mens Green Ties

Solid Green Tie

solid green tie

The first tie we are going to review some combinations for is of course a solid green tie. When you choose one there is no wrong you can do. Just make sure that the color is well saturated as it looks strong and sophisticated.

Combination 1 – royal blue blazer, white shirt, tan chinos, brown belt, light brown shoes

This is the classic combination for a solid green tie. It is elegant, neat, and easy. It is a well-known fact that green and blue are complementary colors – that’s why they look so well matched up together. The one we chose here is a royal blue blazer which brings a certain amount of finesse into the outfit.

On the other hand, the white shirt calms down things a notch color-wise – as both green and blue are strong colors. Therefore a colored shirt more than very light blue is a no go. We suggest you go in a white shirt only.

Combination 1 – royal blue blazer

Pair the upper body outfit with tan or khaki chinos, a brown belt, and brown shoes. The latter can be also of a lighter shade.

To spice things up, add a pocket square which as in the below picture complements the tie (because of the different shades of green on it), the blazer (as it has also blue in it), and the belt and shoes (pocket’s square purple color parts).

You can also go with a solid pocket square of green or blue. Just make sure to choose different shades of these colors than the ones on the tie and of the blazer.

Combination 1 – royal blue blazer 2

Combination 2 – gray tweed blazer, white shirt, gray chinos or jeans, gray belt, gray shoes

Our second choice might look unexpected at first but relax – it is an awesome combination that will turn a lot of heads for sure. Green and gray are a great match in almost any shade. In this case, however, we chose not a plain but a tweed blazer which elevates the outfit a lot more.

Combination 2 – gray tweed blazer

The best option for a shirt is white because it is a close color to gray and keeps the outfits looks simple and neat. The other suitable shirt color is very light gray (almost white). As per the darker shades of gray, our suggestion is to avoid them because the outfit would become too grayish. Tweed is a very interesting fabric with a specific pattern that can be used in both formal and casual occasions.

Combination 2 – gray tweed blazer 2

That’s why you can pair the gray tweed blazer with dark gray or gray chinos and also jeans.

We recommend a dark gray or black belt and gray shoes. You can add a solid green or gray pocket square. Of course, a patterned one is also an option. Just make sure that the pocket square pattern is of a different scale than one of the tweed blazers. A good example is the above picture.

Combination 3– light green blazer, white shirt, ivory tan chinos, brown belt, light brown shoes, light burgundy pocket square

It goes without saying that in the case of a green tie the most obvious choice that comes to mind is a green blazer – and there are almost no limitations as per its shades. Almost any green would do.

Combination 3–light green blazer

For this combination, we chose a light linen green blazer which contrasts very well with the tie’s darker shade.

The shirt we chose is white because it matches well the light green shade of the blazer and also because we like to keep things simple and suggest you do the same.

Combination 3–light green blazer 2 1

In this case, it is best to go with light tan or light ivory tan pants or chinos – both options being equally suitable.

Complete the outfit with a brown belt and shoes and spice things up with a burgundy pocket square. It is a great detail as it matches the brown belt and shoes. Another reason is that burgundy and green are two colors that complement each other pretty darn well.

You can add another detail in the form of a lapel pin – in a green, blue, or burgundy color. We like these kinds of details because they add more color to each outfit. Last but not least remember those little touches of style make all the difference. So use them to your advantage but do it with style and try not to go overboard as it may lead to the opposite result.

Combination 4 – black blazer with thin white fiber, white shirt, light ivory tan chinos or pants, black belt, gray or black shoes

This combination is somewhat unusual as it includes a black blazer. The black color is far from green and at first though you might not think these colors will match in an outfit. However, in fashion, the secret lies in saturation, shades, and patterns. The blazer we chose is black; however, it has thin white fibers on it which completely changes the color matching game. The white fibers give the black blazer a way softer look, therefore making it far more matchable to the green tie as you can see in the below picture.

Combination 4 – black blazer with thin white fiber

The white shirt is a must because you have the color also on the blazer.

Pants or chinos can be gray or ivory tan (whitish) paired with a black belt and gray or black shoes.

Combination 4 – black blazer with thin white fiber 2

We did not include a pocket square in this outfit because of the two-colored blazer. However, a solid green pocket square would be a suitable option. Voila!

Combination 5 – gingham tan blazer with small-checkered pattern, white shirt, light tan chinos or pants, brown belt, and shoes, light burgundy pocket square

Combination 5 gingham tan blazer with small checkered blue

The combo we saved for dessert is our top pick. The eye catcher is the gingham tan blazer. It has a small but very strong checkered pattern of blue, brown, and white.

Combination 5 gingham tan blazer with small checkered blue 2

The reason why this blazer matches the tie perfectly is that green and blue are close and complementary colors. So the correct answer to the very popular question, “Can you match blue and green?” is “Yes”. You just have to be careful with the shades, patterns, and saturation, but we already covered this previously in the article.

The white shirt is a must here again because you have the same color on the blazer as well.

Go with light tan or khaki pants or chinos, a brown belt, and brown shoes. Add the final touch with a burgundy pocket square. In this case, apart from being a great complement to the brown belt and shoes, it also matches the blazer’s brown pattern.

Light Green Tie With Thin Diagonal Green and White Lines

Light green tie on thin diagonal green and white lines

The light green tie is a specific one because this color implies a more casual look and a summery outfit. However, as we will see in the below combos this tie can be also used on more formal occasions. An important detail is a pattern – diagonal green and white lines which bring a lot of freshness into the picture.

Combination 1 – light sky blue linen blazer, white shirt, tan chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

This combination is our leading one – a beautiful match between the light shades of two complementary colors – green and blue. The light sky blue blazer contrasts perfectly with the dark green lines on the tie and matches its light green base.

Combination 1 – light sky blue linen blazer

We recommend that you consider a white shirt as the only and best option as it matches the thin white lines on the tie. For the lower outfit part, go with tan chinos and a brown belt and shoes – they are a suitable complement to the light green tie and the blazer as you see in the picture below.

Combination 1 – light sky blue linen blazer 2

Add a green pocket square with purple, white, and blue details on it as shown above. The purple is a great match to the tan chinos, the brown belt, and shoes. The blue and white details on the pocket square are a great complement respectively to the light sky blue blazer and the thin white tie lines and white shirt. Do not forget that this accessory should be of a different pattern than the tie.

Combination 2 – tweed gray blazer, white shirt, ivory tan chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

Surprisingly, the light green tie is a great match to the gray tweed blazer. This is due to the fact that the tweed fabric on the blazer consists mainly of gray, black and white fibers but it also has little sprinkled yellow and red dots here and there. The gray and black match the dark green lines on the tie while the white blazer fibers pair perfectly with the tie’s light green base and thin white lines.

This time we did not include a pocket square because both the tie and blazer are patterned. We suggest you do the same. Stuffing the upper outfit part with too much color is far from classy and makes people think you are trying to show off. And no one likes a show-off right? So keep it simple and be cool. Take a better and up-close look at the outfit in the below picture.

Combination 2 –tweed gray blazer

Again the white shirt is a must because it matches both the tie and the blazer because of the presence of white in all of them.

The chinos however are different. They are ofa light ivory tan color because they better match the white and gray on the blazer.

Combination 2 –tweed gray blazer 2

However, you can try also gray pants and gray shoes of a lighter or darker shade as this would be an equally suitable option.

The shoes and belt are again brown. Keep in mind that usual gray and brown are a good match.

Combination 3 – dark green blazer, white shirt, light tan pants, brown belt,brown shoes

This outfit matches different colors in its upper part – white, light green, dark green, and burgundy!

Combination 3 – dark green blazer
Combination 3 – dark green blazer 2

At first sight, the combination may look strange but when you see the entire outfit you see that all of its elements fit perfectly. The dark green blazer complements the same shade of green lines on the tie. The light tan chinos match very well with the white shirt and the burgundy pocket square which also pairs perfectly with the brown belt and shoes. Another reminder: green and burgundy are usually a great match.

Another equally suitable option for this combination is the light green linen blazer as in the picture below.

Combination 3 – dark green blazer 3

In here, however, we used a blue pocket square with a light blue and white flower pattern. The blue is a match to the thin dark green lines on the tie. On the other hand, the white detailed flowers on the pocket square are a great complement to the white shirt and the tie’s thin white lines.

Combination 4 – light blue tweed blazer, white shirt, ivory tan chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

The light blue tweed blazer is a pretty dapper option for this green tie. The light color shades in the upper body outfit match with one another in a unique way which is also due to the tweed pattern which combines light blue and white.

Combination 4 – light blue tweed blazer

The white shirt is the best option as this color is present on the blazer and on the tie. The fact that we have white in all three upper body parts – shirt, blazer, and tie is an additional detail that is not so frequently used, and yet another reason for us to like this combination very much.

For the lower body outfit part go with light ivory tan chinos. They are more suitable than the tan pants because the tweed blazer has a colder shade which goes bitter with lighter colored clothes.

combination 4 – light blue tweed blazer 2

We chose a brown belt and brown shoes as they are a good pair to the blue of the tweed blazer. The lack of a pocket square is due to the patterned blazer and tie. There is no need to add more color or pattern to the upper outfit part. However, if you insist on it, you can go with a solid green pocket square.

Combination 5 – tan blazer, white shirt, light tan chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

The combo we chose to present last is with a tan blazer and it can be considered as a classic.

Combination 5 – tan blazer

Light green and tan are always a great match and the fact that the tie is patterned brings more elegance into the outfit. Despite that you have a pattern on the tie and blazer, the latter is unicolored so it is ok to have a multicolored or patterned pocket square like the one in the above picture. Of course, its colors should match and complement the colors of the other pieces of clothing present in the outfit.

For this combination go again with a white shirt to neutralize the colorful upper outfit part.

Combination 5 – tan blazer 2

The best option for pants is light tan or khaki and brown for the belt and shoes. The chinos are in perfect line with the blazer and tie while the belt and shoes pair perfectly with the blazer and the pocket square, especially with the purple elements in it.

As far as the pocket square goes, we can offer another equally suitable option, which is of a light burgundy color. It is a great match to the brown belt and shoes and to the tan blazer as well. Just one suggestion, though – try sticking to a solid, no patterned pocket square. As this color is not present in the other outfit parts, you want to limit the possibility to mess up your looks by choosing the wrong pattern. Our advice here is to stay on the safe and elegant side by choosing solid!

Combination 5 – tan blazer 3

Dark Blue Tie on Green Paisley

Dark Blue Tie on Green Paisley

The next tie we are going to review some combinations for is saturated with a green paisley pattern and although it might look that its base is black it actually is very dark blue. This makes this tie suitable for matching with clothes of the black and blue gamma like you will see in the combinations below.

Combination 1 – light gray blazer, white shirt, dark or light gray chinos or jeans, black belt, gray shoes

The light gray blazer is our first option because it matches well with both the green paisley and dark blue tie base. You can also choose the blazer in a darker gray color.

The white shirt is the best way to go again so that the contrast between the tie and blazer can stand out. You can also go with a very light gray shirt but it should be really of very light color, almost white. See how the upper outfit part looks close up in the picture below.

Combination 1 – light gray blazer

For the lower outfit parts, we suggest you stick to gray chinos, pants, or jeans, with either a lighter or darker shade being equally good options.

The belt can be of a gray or black color as in the picture below. We prefer the gray shoes as they can also be of a darker or lighter hue.

combination 1 – light gray blazer 2

If you go with jeans, you can switch from shoes to sneakers in order to give the outfit a more casual and sportier look. It will still look great, so be bold and try it!

Combination 2 – black blazer on thin white fiber dots, white shirt, dark or light gray chinos or jeans, black belt, gray shoes

The second combo is a bit more formal than the previous as the blazer in here is black. And we all know that a black color implies distance. In this case, the black color is softened by the small white fiber dots and gives the blazer a bit more mellow feeling.

Combination 2 – black blazer on thin white fiber dots

The black on the blazer complements the dark blue tie base and the little white dots are a great match to the white shirt which makes the contrast of colors stand out even in a more sophisticated way.

Don’t go with another shirt color apart from white because of the blazer’s specifics.

Combination 2 – black blazer on thin white fiber dots 2

Again, keep it on the more formal side and choose black, dark gray, or gray pants or chinos and a black belt. You can also throw on a fresh pair of gray jeans but in this case the only footwear option is shoes or boots. Sneakers is a no-go because of the formality of the black blazer which we already discussed.

Combination 3 – dark gray blazer with large squares of white and blue lines, white shirt, dark or light gray chinos or jeans, black belt, gray shoes

This combo is our personal favorite because the blazer in this case is a three-color patterned one and matching a patterned tie with a patterned blazer is not an easy job. This blazer has large squares of white and blue lines. The secret here is that those lines are mellow, fading, and almost not visible – however visible enough so that you can notice them.

Combination 3 – dark gray blazer with large squares

That’s the art of color matching – it is all about the shades, patterns, and color intensity. If the lines on the blazer were more visible and stronger it would have not looked good.

Combination 3 – dark gray blazer with large squares 2

In this case, it is a great blazer-tie match because the blue lines are a great complement to the dark blue tie base and also to the green paisley. On the other hand, you have white on both the blazer and the shirt, which makes this combination better looking.

Again for pants go with darker or lighter shades of gray or black. The same applies to the shoes and belt. In here, also do not opt for sneakers as this outfit demands a bit more of a formal expression. Jeans however are a suitable option as long as you pair them with shoes or boots.

Combination 4 – blue denim blazer, white shirt, light khaki chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

With this combo we are going to dive into the blue gamma clothing.

Combination 4 – blue denim blazer

The blue denim blazer is a good pair with the tie because of its dark blue base and the green paisley.

Combination 4 – blue denim blazer 2

It is good to know that blue and green are colors close to each other and they can be easily matched in a lot of different outfits in a variety of shades.

The most suitable color pants for this outfit is light khaki or light tan as this color is a great match to the blue blazer. It goes without saying that the belt and shoes should be of a brown or khaki color.

Combination 5 – light green blazer, white shirt, light khaki or light green chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

The combination we saved for last if you are wanting a summer look as it includes mellow and light-shaded clothing.

Combination 5 – light green blazer

The light green blazer is an obvious choice; however, you should be careful about the green on the blazer because not all shades are a suitable option. This is due to the fact that the blazer’s green should be in line with both colors on the tie – dark blue and green. So we suggest you take the tie with you when you go for a blazer hunt as this would remove the possibility of a color mismatch mistake.

The green blazer in the above picture is in perfect line with the tie’s colors and you can take it as an example of what green shades you can lean towards.

A lapel pin of blue or green color is a classy detail you can surely add to your outfit. Despite its small size, rest assured that it will be well noticed. The lapel pin gives people the quiet message that you pay attention to details which is a warning sign of the presence of a kind and straight-out gentleman.

For the lower outfit part, we suggest light khaki or green pants with a brown belt and shoes as in the below picture.

Combination 5 – light green blazer 2

Again, pay attention to the green shade of the chinos as not all green will do the trick. You have to choose a hue which is suitable to the green of the tie and the blazer.

Our last suggestion is that while there are no limitations on the brown belt’s shade, you would want to limit yourself to lighter shades of brown when it goes down to the shoes. They look better in this bright and mellow-colored outfit.

White tie on green and white squares

White tie on green and white squares

The main colors of the next tie we are going to review are white and green as they equally stand out. The green and white squares complement each other to perfection.

Combination 1 – marble gray blazer, white shirt, gray or dark gray chinos or jeans, gray belt,gay shoes, white pocket square

Of course, our first pick is the marble gray blazer as its color is very close to the white on the tie. In this case, the blazer is kind of a light “mention” of the tie’s white and this color combination looks beautiful.

Combination 1 – marble gray blazer 1

The pocket square, in this case, is almost a must and of course, it should be white – we suggest no other color. The white shirt is also an unalterable part of this outfit as it complements the marble gray, the white pocket square, and the white on the tie.

Combination 1 – marble gray blazer 2

You can also add a white lapel pin because remember, it’s all in the details.

Go with gray chinos or jeans of either a lighter or darker shade and of course a gray or black belt. The shoes, however, would be best to be gray or a lighter shade. Black shoes in this case are a no go as they do not match the marble gray blazer.

Combination 2 -solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fibers, white shirt, light ivory tan chinos, brown belt and shoes, white pocket square

A sapphire blue blazer is a great option for the white tie on green and white squares for two reasons. First, the sapphire color makes a great complement to the green, and secondly, the blazer has thin white fibers which awesomely pair with the white on the tie.

Combination 2 solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber

That’s the reason why the shirt should be white and this is the only acceptable option.

Combination 2 solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber 2

If you add a white pocket square you will complete a magic trick. You would have one color in all of the upper body clothes. Having the white color in all the shirt, tie, blazer, and pocket square paired in a dapper manner is high-class elegance. That’s another reason we love this combination.

We prefer light ivory tan chinos because this color matches the presence of the white color in the upper outfit part. As usual, we suggest a brown belt and brown shoes as this color matches well with the green tie and blue blazer.That’s the correct final touch for this combination.

Combination 3 – light green blazer, white shirt,light khaki chinos, brown belt,brown shoes, light burgundy pocket square

A light green blazer is an obvious option because of the color suitability with the tie. The rule is different shades of the same color attract each other and make a perfect match.

Combination 3 – light green blazer

Of course, the chinos for this outfit would be light beige or khaki as they match the light green blazer and the white on the tie and shirt.

The brown belt and shoes are the final part of this combination for obvious reasons. You can also go with ivory tan pants with a shade close to the white color.

Last but not least we added a slight touch of detail with a light burgundy pocket square which is a needed complement to the brown belt and shoes. Among the different options for a pocket square colors are green, tan, and lighter shades of brown.

You can see a close up of the outfit in the picture below:

Combination 3 – light green blazer 2

Combination 4 – gray blazer, white shirt, gray or dark gray chinos or jeans, gray or black belt, gray shoes

The solid gray blazer is another suitable option as gray is a complementary color to white which you have on the tie. Gray also is a great match to all shades of green, so there is another reason to go with this blazer.

Combination 4 – gray blazer

Add a white shirt and pocket square to ease things up color-wise. This way you will have this color in three clothing elements which is a proof of color matching proficiency.

Combination 4 gray blazer 2 1

For the lower body outfit parts, go with gray chinos or jeans of a lighter or darker shade which is equally adequate. Apply the same rule for the belt and shoes and you are good to go.

Combination 5 – light sky blue linen blazer, white shirt,light tan chinos, brown belt,brown shoes

Our last combination for this tie includes a light sky blue linen blazer which gives the outfit a breath of fresh summer air. The light sky blue kind of “fights” but also complements the green on the tie. On the other hand, it perfectly matches the tie’s white elements.

Combination 5 light sky blue linen blazer 1

As previously discussed, when we have a blue blazer, the best choice for pants are light tan ones combined with brown belt and shoes. It looks simple and neat.

Add a white pocket square as a final outfit touch which will complement the white shirt and the white squares on the tie.

Combination 5 light sky blue linen blazer 2 1

Last but not least, add the final details to the outfit which is also the most important one – your smile.

White Tie on Light Green Interlaced Shackles

White tie on light green interlaced shackles

The next tie we are going to review some combinations of has a very interesting pattern. It has a white base and a pattern on light green interlaced shackles. We found it to be so cool that we are giving you an even closer look so that you can really see the precision of the detail of it.

White tie on light green interlaced shackles 2

It is a pretty unusual tie and combos to follow are not less intriguing.

Combination 1 –steel gray blazer, white shirt, gray or dark gray chinos, black belt, gray shoes, white pocket square

Our first pick is a formal outfit with a solid steel gray blazer. This shade of gray is a suitable match to both the tie’s white base and light green shackles. Adding a white pocket square is a touch you don’t want to miss out on.

Combination 1 –steel gray blazer

Having white on the tie, shirt, and pocket square gives an additional feeling of softness, which is a fine elegance.

Combination 1 –steel gray blazer 2

We suggest you limit yourself to chinos or formal pants for this outfit in combination with a black belt and gray shoes of a lighter or darker shade. Keep it more formal. We do not recommend jeans for this outfit. A more formal looks is preferable due to the steel blue blazer.

Combination 2 – solid royal blue blazer, white shirt, light khaki pants, brown belt, brown shoes

The royal blue blazer is an expected choice as it is a great top match to the white-green tie. Blue and green are close to each other color wise and always match well.

Combination 2 – solid royal blue blazer

The small white needlework on the lapel is an additional fine detail that makes reference to the white on the tie and the white shirt as well.

Combination 2 – solid royal blue blazer 2

If you do not find a blazer with a similar seam you can absolutely add a small white lapel pin of any shape.

The best option for shirt is white as it complements the same color on the tie and on the lapel.

For chinos, we suggest light khaki or light tan with a classic brown belt and shoes. Any shade of the khaki color is a great complement to the royal blue blazer which clearly brings a touch of fine elegance into the outfit.

Combination 3 – black blazer on white fiber, white shirt, gray or dark gray chinos, black belt, gray shoes

Our third combination is an unusual one as it introduces the black blazer. Yes – green and black can be a good match. In this case, the blazer is not solid but instead has small white fibers which reduce the black color intensity and make it way more matchable to the white green tie.

Combination 3 –black blazer on white fiber

Having the same color presented in on all of the three upper outfit components, shirt, tie, and blazer, is not an easy job and when done properly it can be pretty eye catching.

We did not introduce a pocket square into the outfit because we already have a patterned tie and blazer. Stuffing the outfit with too much color is usually something you want to avoid doing.

As per the lower outfit parts, go with gray chinos or pants. The shade can be of either a lighter or darker shade of gray; the two are equally adequate options. You can also wear a pair of good jeans as this outfit allows a more casual look due to the patterned blazer.

With the pants being a gray color, the belt can be of a dark gray or black color as it would match equally well the pants and the blazer.

The shoes, however, can be of only a gray color – of course, lighter or darker but always gray only. Black shoes would not be a good option.

Combination 3 –black blazer on white fiber 2

Combination 4 – light green blazer, white shirt, light tan or khaki chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

You know that the light green blazer would have to come up sooner or later so here it is.

Combination 4 – light green blazer

The different shades of green on the tie and on the blazer contrast and complement each other at the same time as you can see in the above picture. Generally, the idea is that you can successfully match in one outfit various clothes of different shades of the same color.

Choose a white shirt as it is the best option for this mellow colored outfit. In this case, a white pocket square is almost a must as it pairs awesomely with all of the upper body outfit parts – the blazer, the shirt, and the tie.

The chinos should be of light ivory tan color paired with a brown belt and a lighter shaded brown shoes. Darker shades of brown are not an option because the overall outfit hue is lighter. So you don’t want to ruin it with inappropriate colored shoes.

Combination 5 –Dark blue blazer on white fiber, white shirt, light ivory tan chinos, brownbelt, brown shoes

In the last combination for the white-green tie, we introduce a beautiful dark blue blazer on white fiber. It is another great match because of the proximity of blue and green and on the other hand the diversity of the pattern on the blazer and tie.

Combination 5 –Dark blue blazer on white fiber

From the above picture, you can see how the right dosage of colors and pattern and the presence of the white color on the blazer, tie, and shirt can positively influence the overall outfit look. The secret again is the matching in one outfit of clothing with patterns of different scales and figures.

With this combo, do not use a pocket square as there is already too much pattern in the upper body outfit.

The best color for pants in here is light ivory tan, on the whitish shade, because of the colder upper body outfit hue.

Combination 5 –Dark blue blazer on white fiber 2

Light ivory tan is also a color close to the white blazer fiber and the white shirt which makes it even more suitable.

As far as the belt and shoes go, keep it classic and choose a brown color, preferably in a darker shade, mainly due to the higher color intensity of the dark blue blazer.

Blueish Green Tie With Brown, Light Blue, and Light Tan Figures and Elements

Blueish Green Tie With Brown

Green and brown are two complementary colors that can be successfully matched in pretty much any outfit. Add light tan and light blue and you have an awesome mixture of colors that complement each other in a perfect manner as you can see in the tie picture above. The green color is the dominant one while the others are present as smaller figures and shapes.

Combination 1 – dark green blazer, white shirt, light khaki or tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

The first combination we chose is with a dark green blazer and white shirt which obviously are a good match. The reason is that the different shades of green on the tie and the blazer complement each other very well.

Combination 1 – dark green blazer

Also, the light blue elements on the tie match perfectly with the white shirt.

Combination 1 – dark green blazer 2

For this outfit, the best choice for chinos are light khaki or tan as they complement the light tan figures on the tie. Furthermore, the brown belt and shoes match the brown tie elements.

If you want you can throw a solid pocket square of a brown or tan color. Enjoy!

Combination 2 – tan blazer, white shirt, light khaki chinos or blue jeans, brown belt, brown shoes

The second blazer we like is the tan one. It matches the smaller brown and tan figures on the tie but also complements its green base.

Combination 2 –tan blazer

You can introduce a solid green or burgundy pocket square into the outfit if you want. Burgundy is a great match to the brown tie details as well as to the belt and shoes we are going to reveal in a while.

As per pants, you can go with either light tan or blue. If you choose the second color you can choose the jeans option instead of pants or chinos and thus give a bit more casual look to the outfit.

Belt and shoes, however, should be of only a brown or dark tan color.

Combination 3 – sky blue linen blazer, white shirt, light tan chinos, light burgundy pocket square, brown belt,brown shoes

The sky blue linen blazer is a surprisingly suitable match to this tie because the blue shade on the blazer complements well with the green one on the tie.

Combination 3 –sky blue linen blazer

We have introduced a burgundy pocket square as it is a great match to the brown on the tie as it is visible from the above close up picture.

At this point we need to offload the outfit from too many colors; that’s why the best shirt color is the white one.

Combination 3 –sky blue linen blazer 2

Keep things simple and go with light khaki or light tan chinos or pants – a great complement to the brown and tan tie elements and to the pocket square as well.

A brown belt and shoes are a must again because of the color suitability due to the tie’s colors and the burgundy pocket square.

An equally suitable pocket square option is white, as seen in the below picture.

Combination 3 –sky blue linen blazer 3

Combination 4 – marble gray blazer, white shirt,ivory tan chinos, burgundy pocket square, brown belt, brown shoes

The last combination we like introduces the marble gray blazer which at first might not seem a good choice as this or similar colors are not present in the tie. However, this is not true at all.

Combination 4 – marble gray blazer

The marble gray almost white blazer color complements the brown and lighter tan figures on the tie in a unique way. The pocket square also has its perfect saying in this combo.

Combination 4 – marble gray blazer 2

The white shirt in here is a must as it complements the marble gray on the blazer and also helps offload color intensity in the upper body outfit part.

Keep things simple and go with light ivory tan chinos which are the better option for the marble gray blazer and off course add the brown belt and shoes or boots to match the burgundy pocket square and the tan and brown tie elements.

Purple Tie With Green and Brown Paisley

Purple Tie With Green and Brown Paisley

The purple tie with green and brown paisley is a very interesting and rare one as it combines three pretty interesting and strong colors – purple, green and brown. And the result is quite astonishing. So let’s go and review some suitable outfits for this tie.

Combination 1 – burgundy-brown wool blazer with squares of gray and black lines, white shirt, light khaki chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

The first blazer we chose is a specific wool one of dark burgundy brownish color with squares of gray and black lines. It is a great match to the purple green tie because the burgundy on the blazer is a suitable complement to both purple and brown on the tie. You can see the close-up of the combination below.

Combination 1 – burgundy brown wool blazer on squares

The suitability comes also from the fact that the blazer and the tie have a pretty big pattern difference which brings an obvious class to the outfit.

The most suitable shirt option, in this case, is white as it automatically lowers the color intensity of the upper outfit part which is vital if you want to look sharp and relaxed and the same time.

We do not recommend a pocket square for this outfit for the exact same reasons – too many colors.

Choose a nice pair of light khaki or tan chinos or pants. They are a great casual-elegant add on.

Combination 1 – burgundy brown wool blazer on squares 2

As far as the belt and shoes go – brown is the best option for both for so many reasons. Because of the purple and brown on the tie, because of the burgundy blazer and last but not least because of the light tan chinos. It’s just great – isn’t it?

Combination 2 –light tan blazer, white shirt, burgundy pocket square, light khaki chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

The light tan or light khaki blazer is an obvious choice because this color is complementary to all of the tie’s colors with no exception. Tan is a color close to brown and logically it complements very well with purple and green.

In this case, you can go with either a very light shade of tan or khaki blazer or a darker one, both being equally good choices. Stay on the safe side and trust the solid blazer with no or very small pattern. A larger one would most likely ruin the outfit.

Add a pocket square to your convenience, preferably a burgundy color in a lighter or darker shade.

Keep things simple and go with a classic plain white shirt.

Combination 2 –light tan blazer

The best option for the lower body part remains light khaki chinos and brown belt and shoes.

Combination 2 –light tan blazer 2

The pants are in line with the blazer and the brown and green on the tie. The brown belt and shoes perfectly complement the burgundy pocket square and the purple on the tie. Take a closer look at the outfit in detail in the next picture.

Combination 2 –light tan blazer 3

All of the colors match perfectly. It is a pure harmony of colors.

You can also see how the light tan blazer combo looks like in detail in the below picture.

Combination 2 –light tan blazer 4

In this case, you can go with blue jeans as light khaki pants would lighten up the outfit too much, which is something you would want to avoid.

Combination 3 –light green blazer, white shirt, burgundy pocket square, light tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

The light green linen blazer is a pretty secure option because it complements both green and brown on the tie.

Combination 3 –light green blazer 1
Combination 3 –light green blazer 2

A burgundy pocket square brings class into the outfit. The white shirt is a must at the same time.

Obviously, the lower body part consists of light tan chinos which are a great match to the green of the blazer, and to the tie and pocket square as well. The best option for the belt and shoes is the brown color as it is the logical final outfit touch as they also pair perfectly with the tie and the pocket square. See closer outfit details below:

Combination 3 –light green blazer 3

Combination 4 – denim blue blazer, white shirt,burgundy pocket square, light tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

Combination 4 – denim blue blazer

A denim blue blazer is a great option for this tie because usually the correct shades of blue and green can be easily matched in one outfit. The denim blue blazer also brings a more casual look to the outfit.

Combination 4 – denim blue blazer 2

As we already mentioned, one of the best color pants for blue blazers is tan or khaki and this case is no exception.

Go with a brown belt and shoes of the same color but of a lighter shade. Again, the pocket square is optional. We again used the burgundy one as we think it elevates the outfit’s look in an obvious manner. However, a green pocket square would be an equally valid option.

The last outfit for the purple green tie introduces the marble gray blazer which at first thought may struggle to be a good option. However, this is not at all true.

Combination 5 – Marble gray blazer, white shirt, burgundy pocket square, ivory light tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

The marble gray color is a suitable match to the purple on the tie as gray and purple or even pink are quite always colors that can be paired in one outfit.

At the same time, the green and brown on the tie do not stay in the way of the gray and vice versa. That’s why overall this blazer is a good match to the purple green tie as you can see in detail below:

Combination 5 – Marble gray blazer

Keep things simple and choose the white shirt to complement the marble gray blazer and calm things down color wise at the same time.

Combination 5 – Marble gray blazer 2

The chinos in this case are best to be of an ivory or tan color – preferably the whiteish shade because of the colder blazer color.

As per the belt and shoes, go with brown as a classic option. Brown complements the tie and the pocket square as well, which again we chose to be burgundy.

You can see the close up of the entire outfit in the picture below.

Combination 5 – Marble gray blazer 3

Turquoise Green Tie

Turquoise Green Tie

The turquoise green tie is one of the most memorable green ties to exist. This is because the green shade is very specific. It is known as the eccentrically sparkled blueish green. This turquoise tie has a specific pattern of blue flowers in tan circles and separate white dots. So let’s see in what outfits we can use this tie.

Combination 1 – dark steel blue blazer, white shirt, ivory light tan chinos, blue belt blue shoes

The dark steel blue blazer is our first pick as the steel hue and the sparkling shade of the turquoise green tie are just a perfect match.

Combination 1 – dark steel blue blazer

The turquoise tie is a great complement to lighter and darker blazers because of its specific color intensity. And despite the highly particular tie due to its demanding color and rarely seen pattern, it can be worn with or without the addition of a pocket square.

Combination 1 – dark steel blue blazer 2

Of course, the suggestion as usual is to use a pocket square of a different color and pattern like in the picture above. A white pocket square on blue flowers is a perfect addition to the blazer, white shirt, and turquoise tie.

Our shirt choice is white in order to prevent the color intensity accumulation in the upper body outfit. It just looks neater, dapper, and simpler. Do not try to overdo the colors as it may mess up your look.

As this outfit is shaped to be in the colder colored gamma, the best way for trousers or chinos is ivory light tan ones which are much closer to the white shade. A yellow khaki chinos in this case would be a strict no go. Another good outfit option would be dark blue jeans which give a more casual look. So it is up to you to decide – formal or casual. The turquoise tie gives you this choice of option.

Combination 1 – dark steel blue blazer 3

Last but not least – go with blue belt and shoes. They are in line with all of the other outfit parts and match the colder colors in it.

Combination 2 – light gray blazer, white shirt, gray chinos, black or gray belt, gray shoes

The light gray blazer is a very suitable choice mainly because of two reasons.

Combination 2 – light gray blazer

The first one is that the light gray color is a great complement to every shade of green, and secondly, because this blazer color is very close to white thus a great addition to the white dots on the turquoise tie. The best shirt option is white and as you can see in the above picture, a pocket square of a different color and pattern than the tie could be a chic outfit detail.

As per the lower outfit part, we propose ivory light tan chinos with a blue belt and gray shoes as in the picture below. The blue belt is a great complement to the turquoise tie as green and blue are colors pretty close to one another.

Combination 2 – light gray blazer 2

However, darker gray trousers with again gray shoes, or navy blue jeans with blue shoes would be an equally good option. Don’t limit yourself; try different options and let your heart lead.

Combination 3 – light khaki blazer, white shirt, lighttan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes, burgundy pocket square

The third combo is part of the warmer color gamma as it combines a few elements in the yellow color spectrum – in this case the chinos and blazer.

The light khaki blazer is a match to the turquoise tie as you have a tan circle pattern on it. So it is as if the blazer is making reference to the tie in a non-obvious way which is pretty cool. If a certain color match in the outfit is not aggressively shown, it does not make it less successful. Rather, it is the exact opposite as the more half-hidden details you have in the outfit, the better. A lot of people might not see it but the ones who do will know how special you are. And that is the kind of people you want around you.

Combination 3 – light khaki blazer white shirt

You can complete the upper outfit part with a white shirt and a burgundy pocket square which complements in a great way the tan circles on the tie and the blazer.

Combination 3 – light khaki blazer white shirt 2

Go with light khaki chinos and a brown belt and shoes of course. Brown is a great complement to the blazer, the tie, and of course to the burgundy pocket square which makes the entire outfit look even more dapper and neat.

You can see how the different outfit parts match in a closer look in the picture below:

Combination 3 – light khaki blazer white shirt 3

Combination 4 – dark blue striped blazer, white shirt, ivory light tan chinos, blue belt, blue shoes

This combination is one of our favorites because it is kind of an unexpectedly good match. The blazer in this case is dark blue on thin white stripes and even if it has nothing in common with the tie or its pattern, it still is a great choice as you can see in the below picture.

Combination 4 – dark blue striped blazer

This combination is another proof that different patterns can match perfectly in an outfit. You just have to pick carefully.

In this case, the white shirt is a must because you have white on the blazer and the tie. The stripes on the blazer make the white shirt the only one but at the same time the best option for this outfit.

Combination 4 – dark blue striped blazer 2

The ivory light tan chinos is the way to go as it is again an outfit in the colder color gamma.

As per the shoes and belt, go with blue because they are a great mention to the blazer which is one of the best details of this outfit.

We do not recommend a pocket square in this case because you have too much pattern in the upper body outfit part. However, if you insist on using one, try choosing a pocket square with a pattern much different than the one on the tie and the blazer. Therefore a pocketsquare on stripes is a strict no go.

Combination 5 – denim blue blazer, white shirt, light tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

A classic combination for the turquoise tie is to pair it with a denim blue blazer. Interestingly enough, the denim blue shade matches very well all of the tie’s colors – blue flowers, tan circles, and white dots. And it is a great complement to the tie’s turquoise base because blue and green colors are close to one another as we already discussed previously. You can see a close up of the combo in the picture below:

Combination 5 – denim blue blazer white shirt

This particular combination of denim blue and the turquoise tie has one unique advantage – it can be considered as part of either the warmer or colder gamma shade. What this means is that it can be worn with tan pants, a brown belt, and shoes (which is in the warm gamma colors) but you can also use ivory tan chinos with a blue belt and shoes (the colder gamma colors). You can clearly see this in the below picture.

Combination 5 – denim blue blazer white shirt 2

So as it turns out the denim blue blazer is a great pairing option as it makes this outfit pretty versatile and it gives you the liberty to choose different options for lower outfit parts.

You can see a close up and how all of the colors match well.

Combination 5 – denim blue blazer white shirt 3

You can also insert a pocket square into the outfit; however, be careful and go with solid colors with no pattern. Just one rule in here – in the colder gamma outfit, go with a colder colored pocket square, and in the warner gamma outfit, use a warmer color pocket square.

Combination 6solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber, white shirt, ivory tan chinos, blue belt, blue shoes

The last combination is our personal favorite and it again introduces a blue blazer – but this time of a sapphire shade which makes a great complement to the turquoise tie.

Combination 6 solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber

Another great detail is that the blazer has thin white fibers on it which is a great match to the white dots on the tie. Add a white shirt and there you have a fashion delight. A white shirt is a must in this case as it pairs well with the white fibers on the blazer and it keeps things simple.

A dark blue pocket square with white flowers is a final touch which you don’t to miss on as it pairs greatly with the thin white fibers on the blazer and makes reference to the white dots on the tie.

Combination 6 solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber 2

As this outfit goes into the colder gamma colors, we suggest you choose ivory light tan chinos with a blue belt and shoes. The chinos are close to white which makes a great match to all of the white details you have on the other outfit parts – tie, shirt, blazer, and pocket square.

Combination 6 solid sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber 3

The blue belt and shoes on the other hand are a reference to the sapphire blue blazer and the blue details on the tie. Let’s not forget that blue is a great complement to the turquoise tie base.

Light Green Tie on Paisley of Dark Blue, Purple, White, and Dark Green

This is one of our favorite ties as it combines a variety of colors, shapes, and figures in itself. The colors include light green,dark green, blue, purple, and white.

Light Green Tie on Paisley

Patten wise you have paisley in purple, flowers in light blue, and green and tiny stars in white and green. This is a tie that will automatically make you stand out from the crowd without any doubt and in a matter of seconds.

Combination 1 –Marble gray blazer, white shirt, ivory light tan chinos, gray or blue belt, gray shoes

The marble gray blazer is our first choice because it is an unexpectedly good match to this green tie. This is mainly due to the fact that the tie has the color white in it. Marble is very close to white so there it is.

Combination 1 –Marble gray blazer white shirt ivory light tan chinos gray or blue belt gray shoes

Of course, it goes without saying that the white shirt is a must for this case. When you have a tie with so many colors in, it the recommended option for a shirt is always white. Keep this in mind.

For the lower outfit part, you can go with ivory light tan pants which are close to the white color in the shade of the “dirty” white. It is a great match to the marble gray blazer.

Combination 1 –Marble gray blazer white shirt ivory light tan chinos gray or blue belt gray shoes 2

As per the belt and shoes, we suggest you go with gray color as it will best suit the best outfit. Blue is another adequate option for a belt because it complements well the green and blue on the tie. However, blue is not a good choice for shoes as it creates too much contrast between the lower and upper parts of the outfit.

Combination 2 -sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber, white shirt, ivory light tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes, green pocket square

The sapphire blue blazer on thin white fiber is another great option for this tie as you can see in the below picture.

Combination 2 sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber white shirt ivory light tan chinos brown belt and shoes green pocket square

The fact that you have white on the blazer, shirt, tie, and pocket square is a clear indicator of a unique and exemplary fashion approach. Of course in this case we have a pocket square of the exact same fabric and pattern as the tie so it was easy. However, any green pocket square would do the trick. And if it has also white on it – even better.

As for the lower outfit part, we kind of made a mixture of colder and warmer gamma colors.

The chinos we chose are ivory light tan so that they can match the colder blue and white shades on the blazer and the white and dark blue parts of the tie.

However, for the belt and shoes, we like brown, thus making reference to the warmer gamma colors in the outfit which in this case are only the purple colors on the tie and on the pocket square. But it is just enough so that it can look good.

See a picture of the entire outfit below and let us know if you like it.

Combination 2 sapphire blue blazer with thin white fiber white shirt ivory light tan chinos brown belt and shoes green pocket square 2

Another good option for a pocket square would be burgundy as it would complement pretty well with the purple on the tie and the brown belt and shoes.

In here we want to introduce two more blue blazer options that can be matched with the same chinos, belt, and shoes.

Option 1 – Denim blue blazer

Denim blue blazer

Option 2 – Royal blue blazer

Royal blue blazer

Combination 3 – light green linen blazer, white shirt, burgundy pocket square, light khaki chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

The third combination is an obvious one because as you already know different shades of the same color are always a good match in one outfit. Of course, there might be some minor exceptions but this is the general rule.

The blazer we chose is very light green, almost yellow, but it perfectly matches all of the tie’s colors.

You are free to experiment with different shades of green as we are confident that most of the time you will get it right.

The shirt, as usual, is white as it gives a cleaner and summery feeling to the outfit and we really like that.

We chose to introduce to this outfit a burgundy pocket square because it goes well with the light green blazer and also complements the tie and its purple figures as you can see in the below close up picture.

Combination 3 –light green linen blazer white shirt burgundy pocket square light khaki chinos brown belt brown shoes

The best option for pants or chinos remains light khaki or light tan as it complements best the green shade on the blazer, the tie, and also the pocket square.

Combination 3 –light green linen blazer white shirt burgundy pocket square light khaki chinos brown belt brown shoes 2

As per the belt and shoes, of course, we suggest you go with brown in either a lighter or darker shade. They are a great complement to the burgundy pocket square and to the purple on the tie as well.

Combination 3 –light green linen blazer white shirt burgundy pocket square light khaki chinos brown belt brown shoes 3

Combination 4 – light sky blue linen blazer, white shirt, tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

Our final pick for the light green tie on paisley of dark blue, purple, white, and dark green, introduces the light sky blue linen blazer which is our favorite combination.

Combination 4 light sky blue linen blazer white shirt tan chinos brown belt and shoes

This is the best summer dapper tie look we can think of and we really enjoy it.

We are not going to explain why the sky light blue linen blazer is a great match because we think you can see it. And we prefer to attach more pictures instead.

Combination 4 light sky blue linen blazer white shirt tan chinos brown belt and shoes 2

The chinos should be of a light khaki tan color as the sky light blue blazer goes into the warmer gamma color shade.

The brown belt and shoes make a great reference to the burgundy pocket square and also to the purple tie motifs.

Below you can see a close up of the entire outfit and yes it rocks!

Combination 4 light sky blue linen blazer white shirt tan chinos brown belt and shoes 3

Green Tie on Blue and White Stripes

The green tie on blue and white stripes is one of the classics and a tie every man should definitely own. It can be used onformal and casual occasions and also as a part of a school or university uniform outfit.

Green Tie on Blue and White Stripes 2

The tie we are going to review has a small peculiarity – the green and blue stripes are divided by even thinner white lines.

So let’s see how can we match this tie in some chic and unique outfits.

Combination 1 – light blue blazer on thin white diamonds, white shirt, light khaki tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes,

The first combination we decided to present is with a light blue blazer on thin white diamonds which we think suits very well the striped tie because of the common blue color. An additional cool detail is that you have white on the blazer and on the tie. Throw in a white shirt and you have the presence of white in all three upper outfit pieces of clothing. See how it looks below.

Combination 1 –light blue blazer on thin white diamonds white shirt light khaki tan chinos brownbelt and shoes 1

It goes without saying that the blue on the blazer matches perfectly with the blue and green on the tie which is another strong reason to pick this blazer or any similar for that matter.

Combination 1 –light blue blazer on thin white diamonds white shirt light khaki tan chinos brownbelt and shoes 2 1

The best option for pants is light khaki or tan ones in combination with a brown belt and shoes.

Brown is a great complement to both green and blue which you have in abundance of in the outfit. Although we did not use it, you can introduce a pocket square preferably of a solid blue or green color but do not go for a patterned one as it may ruin the look. If you like lapel pins you can go with a small one similar to in the picture.

Combination 1 –light blue blazer on thin white diamonds white shirt light khaki tan chinos brownbelt and shoes 3

Combination 2 – solid light tan blazer, white shirt, blue jeans, brown belt, brown shoes,

The solid light tan blazer is a dapper option with a summery look – it is neat, simple, and impressive.

Combination 2 – solid light tan blazer white shirt blue jeans brown belt brown shoes

The light tan color is very close to white which is why this outfit looks so good. The presence of a white shirt gives this outfit a relaxing summer feeling. The tie, blazer, and shirt repeatedly mention the white color but not in a boring kind of way. At the same time, the strong contrast between white and dark blue and green elevates this outfit at an even higher level.

Because of its summery looks, we suggest you go easy with a pair of blue jeans and brown belt and shoes which can also be of a blue color which is an equally suitable option here.

Combination 2 – solid light tan blazer white shirt blue jeans brown belt brown shoes 2

You can add a blue or green pocket square. As far as the pattern goes, almost any kind would do as far as it is different than stripes. Of course, a solid pocket square would also be a good option.

Our only advice is to not choose a white pocket square because then you already have too much white in the upper outfit part.

Combination 3 – gray tweed blazer, white shirt, gray chinos,gray shoes

This combination is an unexpected one because it includes a gray tweed blazer. At first thought, gray and green are not a good match. However, this is not entirely true as we will see next.

Combination 3 – gray tweed blazer white shirt gray chinos and shoes

The tweed pattern and its variety of colors in contrast to white make this combo a preferable option. Having white on the blazer, shirt, and tie is pure magic.

Combination 3 – gray tweed blazer white shirt gray chinos and shoes 2

For the lower outfit part, we suggest you go with gray pants or chinos of a lighter or darker shade.

Therefore, the best option for shoes and belts also remains gray, again in either a darker or lighter shade.

Combination 4 – dark blue large checkered blazer on thin white lines, white shirt, ivory light tan chinos, blue belt, blue shoes

The last combination for the green striped tie includes a very specific dark blue blazer with a pattern of large squares made of thin white lines.

Combination 4 – dark blue large checkered blazer on thin white lines white shirt ivory light tan chinos blue belt and shoes 1

Again, It is a great option because the blazer “mentions” the white color – a great detail which combined with a white shirt makes the perfect fashion color triangle – white on the tie, shirt, and blazer.

Combination 4 – dark blue large checkered blazer on thin white lines white shirt ivory light tan chinos blue belt and shoes 2

The presence of the colder gamma color white in the upper outfit part creates an obligation for the lower outfit pieces of clothing.

That’s why in this case we suggest you choose ivory light tan chinos and a blue belt and shoes – all colors which combine colder gamma shades. You can see the entire outfit below.

Combination 4 – dark blue large checkered blazer on thin white lines white shirt ivory light tan chinos blue belt and shoes 3

Light Green Tie on Interlaced Blue and White Stripes

For the last green tie we decided to offer some combinations with, is a light green one with a very interesting pattern – interlaced white and blue stripes. This is a three colored tie; however, if we count the shades we have five colors – dark blue, light blue, dark green, light green, and white.

Light Green Tie on Interlaced Blue and White Stripes

So buckle up and let see some dapper outfits for this cool green tie.

Combination 1 –light blue tweed blazer, white shirt,ivory light tan chinos, blue belt, blue shoes

The light blue tweed blazer is a very suitable option because of its particular pattern which in this case combines lighter and darker shades of blue and white as well. You have all of these three colors also on the tie. The tweed also contrasts well with the light green on the tie.

Combination 1 –light blue tweed blazer white shirtivory light tan chinos blue belt blue shoes

The white shirt is a must in this combination as it matches the white on the tie and on the blazer. So now you have white an all three clothing pieces in the upper outfit part.

Combination 1 –light blue tweed blazer white shirtivory light tan chinos blue belt blue shoes 2

The best choice for pants or chinos is light ivory tan as they are close to white which you have in abundance of in this outfit.

For the belt and shoes we suggest you go with blue as you have the same color on the blazer and on the tie.

Combination 2 – light green blazer, light khaki blazer,white shirt, light tan chinos, brown belt, brown shoes

In the second combination, we are going to present two blazers which although different, are also pretty close to one another color wise.

The light green linen blazer is an obvious choice because it perfectly matches all of the tie’s colors – first of all, the light green, but also the light and dark blue.

Combination 2 –light green blazer light khaki blazer white shirt light tan chinos brown belt and shoes

The blazer’s white linen fibers make a direct reference to the white on the tie. That’s why the only choice you have for a shirt is white in this case.

For this combination, we decided to introduce a dark blue pocket square with little white flowers which we think is a chic detail that cannot be underestimated. And as you can see from the above picture, this pocket square perfectly matches the tie because of the blue and white colors, the latter of which you have also on the shirt. This is pure color matching art.

As this outfit falls into the warmer gamma shade, we think the best option for pants or chinos is light khaki as they are the most suitable complement to the light blazer and light green tie.

In order to keep the warmer outfit hue, we suggest you go with a brown belt and shoes as they can be of a lighter or darker shade.

One more hint – you can also choose a different pocket square color, amongst green, blue, and light tan. Just make sure that it is of a small or no pattern. Another option is a pattern very different in shape and scale than the one on the tie.

You can see how the entire outfit looks in the below picture.

Combination 2 –light green blazer light khaki blazer white shirt light tan chinos brown belt and shoes 2

The second blazer for this combination is light tan and you can see that it is a good match because this blazer color is very close to light green and is also a great complement to the dark blue and light green on the tie.

Combination 2 –light green blazer light khaki blazer white shirt light tan chinos brown belt and shoes 3

We decided to add this beautiful pocket square of light and dark green with purple elements.

It makes a great reference to the light green tie and the purple is a good complement to the light khaki blazer.

Combination 2 –light green blazer light khaki blazer white shirt light tan chinos brown belt and shoes 4

The lower outfit part is the same as the previous combination with the difference that we chose lighter brown boots.

The chinos are again light khaki as you have a blazer with a similar color.

The brown belt and boots are in perfect line with all of the outfit’s elements and last but not least they perfectly complement the purple on the pocket square – a detail that might be minor but very noticeable.

You can find below a close up of the entire outfit and see in detail how the different clothing pieces match up together.

Combination 2 –light green blazer light khaki blazer white shirt light tan chinos brown belt and shoes 5

Combination 3 – steel gray blazer, white shirt,gray paisley pocket square, light or dark gray chinos, gray or blue belt, gray shoes

Our last combination is a more formal one because of the gray shade of the blazer – which is steel gray. Steel gray is a color that is part of the colder gamma shades and it suggests distance, formality, and strong etiquette. It is strange that the steel gray blazer is a good match to this light green tie which insinuates a more casual look.

However, as we can see in the picture below – fashion rules exist to be broken (of course broken always in style and with finesse).

Combination 3 – steel gray blazer white shirtgray paisley pocket square light or dark gray chinos gray or blue belt gray shoes

Somehow the casual tie pattern is a perfect match to the formal steel gray blazer. We also introduced a gray paisley pocket square in order to show that even more patterns can be dapperly mixed and added to this outfit. And as you can see it looks great.

Combination 3 – steel gray blazer white shirtgray paisley pocket square light or dark gray chinos gray or blue belt gray shoes 2

Although you do not have blue or green in any other outfit part, it looks right.

Of course, the formal feeling brought in by the steel gray blazer should be kept and that’s why you should stick to the gray of either darker or lighter shade as far as the chinos or pants go.

As per the belt, you have two options, gray or blue. Blue is a good choice and you know why right? Yes, because of the blue on the tie.

As far as the shoes go, our kind suggestion is to again pick a gray color in either a lighter or darker shade. Last but not least, make sure to pick more elegant shoes and not casual ones. In this outfit, the leading aspect is elegance.

Conclusion

We hope you enjoyed our favorite ideas and combinations for men’s green ties. The above outfit examples have been thoroughly researched and tested in the course of many years. The combinations have been used in real life. Feel free to carbon copy the ideas for yourselves or better yet, use the color matching guidelines to your convenience. If you get inspired by what you have read and come up with your own unique outfit, then this would be the happiest blog ever! Enjoy!