- 1 What goes well with a navy blue sweater?
- 2 What pants go with a navy blue sweater?
- 3 Can you wear a navy blue sweater with blue jeans?
- 4 How do you style a navy blue sweatshirt?
- 5 Can I wear a navy blue sweater with black pants?
- 6 What colors go well with navy?
- 7 How do you attach a dark blue sweater?
- 8 What does a navy blue shirt go with?
- 9 What do I wear to the navy?
- 10 Can I wear navy with jeans?
- 11 What goes with navy jumper?
- 12 What color sweater should I wear?
- 13 How do you style a navy blue turtleneck?
MORE OUTFIT IDEAS WITH A NAVY SWEATER
- grey or black slacks + printed or colorful shoes.
- printed pants + neutral heels or shoes in a color from the print.
- white jeans + printed scarf + riding boots.
- layered over a colorful plaid button up + jeans + riding boots.
A Gray Blazer and Beige Chinos Grey and blue always go well together so it makes perfect sense to pair a navy sweater with a grey blazer. I stepped away from navy pants in this outfit and instead went for beige chinos as this is another neutral color that goes great with navy.
Consider pairing a blue sweater with blue jeans to achieve an incredibly dapper and casual street style ensemble. For a more elegant aesthetic, why not complement your getup with a pair of dark brown leather desert boots? Pairing a blue sweater with blue jeans is a nice choice for a relaxed casual outfit.
For an off-duty look, rock a navy hoodie with charcoal jeans — these two pieces play nicely together. Don’t know how to finish your ensemble? Wear a pair of brown suede loafers to class it up. Team a navy hoodie with charcoal jeans to put together an interesting and current off-duty ensemble.
The short answer is yes, you can wear navy blue with black. While some may say they should never go together, here at Men’s Health we believe that this color duo is the perfect combo to amp up your wardrobe, perhaps because so many in the office can’t seem to stray from wearing these two colors together.
Black-shaded hues like dusty purple, hunter green, and maroon share navy’s intensity and are likely to fade when paired with the dark-blue hue. Luckily, you’ll find plenty of colors, including mustard yellow, bright pink, cherry red, and even metallic gold, that go beautifully with navy blue.
How do you attach a dark blue sweater?
Pair a blue sweater with beige overalls to assemble a casual and cool getup. Breathe an element of polish into this ensemble by finishing with white canvas low top sneakers. Try pairing a blue sweater with light blue shorts for a laid-back kind of elegance. Polish up this look with black and white athletic shoes.
A dark navy shirt looks best paired with light stonewashed jeans. Add leather boots in a medium-brown or black hue and a slouchy leather hobo bag for urban-to-rural chic. For a trail-ready look, add hiking boots and a leather backpack or messenger bag.
Navy is crazy-versatile, since it’s a color (duh) but one that functions as a neutral in your wardrobe. So while you can easily wear it with other neutrals like white, tan, and army green, you can also pair it with really bright colors that make a statement.
Keep it simple: You can pair a lighter shade of blue with a darker shade of blue if you keep things simple. A pair of dark denim jeans can look very good with a light blue blouse. Similarly, a pair of washed-out denim jeans can look good with a dark blue blouse.
The easiest way to wear a navy sweater is on its own. Skip trying to layer it with a button down shirt and simply throw it on with some black pants and black shoes. We also recommend trying this look with a chunky cable knit jumper for a more laid back look.
What color sweater should I wear?
Keep Your Sweater Simple In Color and Design Why? In one word – Versatility. A solid colored sweater from a traditionally masculine palette – grey, charcoal, off white, tan brown, and colors or a sweater made from yarn with a dark hue in blue or green are simple to match.
Combining a navy turtleneck with dark brown chinos is a good option for a casual look. Infuse an air of refinement into this getup with brown leather loafers. A navy turtleneck and black vertical striped chinos are the kind of off-duty staples that you can wear for years to come.