Mauve is like joy because both are bright and bring happiness.
Mauve menswear is trending. Many people love the color and it's great for transitional weather months in the spring or fall. This purplish-pinkish color pairs well with brown, navy, and olive green.
This year, we're seeing a lot of mauve patterns and even textiles in the form of plaid and herringbone. Menswear designers are also using mauve for their latest collections.
We've rounded up some gear from some of our favorite brands in different shades of Mauve color menswear for you to check out. Don't sleep on this color, fellas.
Visvim 101 Jacket in #mauvecolor
Why not try a Mauve jacket to keep it fresh? Wearing this color says one thing: "I'm super frigging confident."
JIL SANDER RIB KNIT CARDIGAN in #mauvecolor
After being discovered in the 1850's, Mauve became omnipresent in fashion and became so popular that is was dubbed “the color that changed the world.”
With a focus on refined minimalism and expertly crafted designs, Jil Sander offers this luxe mauve-toned cardigan for your Mauve menswear needs. Knitted from a soft cotton wool blend, its relaxed silhouette is complete with a rich ribbed texture and chic black shank buttons for an elevated touch. #MauveColor
A.P.C BASILE WOOL OVERSHIRT in #mauvecolor
Mauve has been around since ancient times but was not used as much until "recently." In fact, many believe that purple or violet was once considered "royal" colors because they represented royalty.
Mauve Relaxed Hoodie by MCQ in #mauvecolor
The time has come for us to press our understanding lips
When we weren't expecting anything of the sort
Whirring jaws, rustles in cuffs
As if they crave nature's frenzy.
Mauve, grace nature.
What Color is Mauve?
Mauve is a light purple with gray mix. After being discovered in the 1850's, Mauve became omnipresent in fashion and became so popular that it was dubbed “the color that changed the world.”
OH SNAP? The Color Mauve Changed the World?
After the accidental creation of the first synthetic colored dye by an enterprising chemist, Mauve became accessible to the common man, and the color took off.
Try it for yourself!