For the last installment of the February lookbook, we’ve styled a few looks that focus on the utilizing color in your wardrobe without overdoing it. The key with these looks is that while incorporating a bright and popping color such as red, the color serves an even stronger purpose by pairing it with more subdued/neutral colors. For example, in our first look, the model is wearing a red top from Hudson, paired with a white Jordan 23 undershirt for an added layer of separation between the shirt and dark colored Brooklyn Cloth pants. As added details to the outfit, a Nike snapback cap and blue Nike Huaraches allow the red shirt to really pop.

With our next look, our model is sporting Brooklyn Cloth marsala sweats. Although it’s a darker shade of red, wearing a sweats this color can send the right message when paired with the right pieces. The New Era Spurs beanie, Adidas hoodie and crispy white adidas high tops pair well with the sweats that serve as a statement.

The next photo shows the model rocking a Hudson plaid top, with black Nike “Rule the empire” long sleeve and Fairplay grey joggers. Another example of allowing a “louder” garment to turn heads while the rest of the outfit is more minimal and quiet with a purpose.

And last but not least, this look is the most casual of the styled outfits. While the dominant color of red is his shirt color, the pop of color is seen on the long-sleeve undershirt in addition to being seen on the brim of the baseball cap. The look is capped off with neutral black pants and clean white sneakers.