Colors for You
It’s not that you won’t be allowed to wear colors anymore. It’s just that you will need to avoid certain colors and integrate some shades more in your wardrobe for a suitable look. Stick to neutral shades and classic shades such as navy, burgundy, grey, and camel. Bold colors will not suit you so don’t try wearing purple chinos and red trousers. Subtle colors that will look pleasing to you are exactly what you must be looking for. Choose dark shades in trousers and denim as well. For summer though, you can go for light grey, white and khaki pants. Different occasions will decide the color and outfit for you as well as different hairstyles.
Only sharp suits are not the option you have after crossing that line of fifty. Here are some old school suits that are worth trying. While suits look elegant undoubtedly, the Blazers will add more flair to your wardrobe. But again don’t go buying blazers with bright colors. Don’t hesitate to pair the blazers with your trousers or jeans. Pair a black blazer with a crisp dress shirt and it will look classy enough. Try blazers in linen or houndstooth or tweed. While you are at it, try knitted sweaters, waistcoat and jumpers as well to pair with casual trousers and jeans.
Grey is the shade for you
By now you must have started getting pepper salt hair. Don’t dye them just yet! Perfectly styled grey hair and a grey outfit will definitely leave an impression. For a casual office outfit, try grey trousers with a matching jacket and a crisp white shirt underneath a grey V-neck sweater. Make sure there’s a variation in the shades of the sweater and your jacket. Also, check out these work clothes that you could give a try.