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Turquoise Shirt

Updated on March 21, 2011

Choosing the Perfect Color Turquoise Shirt for You

A turquoise shirt is a cool color for summer and an uplifting color to wear in the dreary, cold winter. Turquoise sweaters can really cheer you up once the days grow shorter. Whether you're a man, woman or child, a turquoise shirt can be a great addition to your wardrobe.

If you think that you don't look good in turquoise, then you are mistaken. There is a shade of turquoise that is perfect for everyone. It's just a matter of knowing if you look better in warmer or cooler colors.

If you look best in warm colors, then go for a greener or yellower shade of turquoise like the color of the clear Caribbean Sea. If you're cooler toned, then opt for bluer shades of turquoise. For a perfect neutral, opt for turquoises with a lot of gray or beige in them. They sometimes appear so neutral that they don't seem to be turquoise at all.

Turquoise Shirts Can Be Dressy

Turquoise t-shirts to stay cool in the summer are not the only choices you have for the different styles of turquoise shirts. A turquoise shirt is also a great choice option for the office. You can find turquoise shirts in men's button-ups in short and long-sleeves as well in a variety of styles of women's blouses.

It really depends on your style of turquoise shirt that depicts where you can wear it. For example, a beautiful and elegant women's shirt in a wrap blouse style can be perfect for an afternoon wedding or nice dinner out. It's also a change from the boring beiges and whites we so often see at weddings or dinner affairs. A men's luxury button-up turquoise shirt with a crisp black suit can be a head-turning option for a wedding or fancy dinner date.The clue to looking good is buying a quality designer turquoise shirt.

Wearing a turquoise shirt with a suit can be a sexy alternative to the classic white button-up shirt. Just because it's turquoise doesn't mean it has to be startlingly bright. Save the bright turquoise shirts for summer shirts or sweaters, and the softer, richer shades of turquoise for classy events.

To shop online for turquoise shirts I suggest checking Amazon.com or eBay for a wide selection at great prices.

Turquoise Shirt

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