We are often afraid of mismatching colors and being judged for it...
However, there is very little risk of making a mistake in men's fashion. And even less if you follow these few rules.
You will also see here how to take advantage of your skin and hair color.
MATCH THE DIFFERENT COLORS
It may be a pity, but we have less freedom than women on the choice of colors. Indeed, a men's wardrobe is always based on 3 pillar colors: blue, brown, gray 1.
Of course, other tones such as purple, burgundy or khaki can be used in touches, but I challenge you to dress in green from head to toe without sounding like a Power Rangers fan.
So use and abuse these 3 pillar colors, especially if you are a beginner. Grey, in particular, is the easiest color to wear, without being "sad" for all that.
I encourage you to play with the contrasts of cuts and materials, or to use grey to calm other pieces in more daring colors such as burgundy red, khaki or purple, farting blue, orange, etc...
If you choose your clothes in these 3 pillar colors: you can NOT go wrong when it comes to matching them!
Some colors are clearly to moderate in a wardrobe. I am thinking in particular of all the primary and secondary colors, those of the gouaches you were given in kindergarten. These hues are simply too garish and lack subtlety. You can use them punctually but, beyond one item, it is often already too much.