Contrasting Waistbands, A TUX Top Trend

Color blocking was one of the year’s biggest trends and inspired contrasting waistbands. The elastic made a prominent impact on our underwear collections, and one we hope lasts. The waistbands worked the same way as color blocking. They have limited space to play with color, less room to say just as much.

You want the color to pop against others in the look. And no matter the combination, contrasting waistbands are a trendy touch, especially when they’re visible. This is a roundup of stand out contrasting waistbands. Several top picks include blue and pink. Many brands used both, but not always paired the same way.

How many of your underwear pairs have contrasting waistbands? Do you have a favorite combination of colors you like to see on underwear? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

For more information on these brands: 2(X)IST, Andrew Christian, aussieBum, Garçon Model, Gregg Homme, Papi

Photo Credit: 2(X)IST, Andrew Christian, aussieBum, Garçon Model, Gregg Homme, Papi

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0 thoughts on “Contrasting Waistbands, A TUX Top Trend

  1. Bill Goldberg says:

    I like not only the color blocking on the waistband but also the use of phrases such as my favorites Andrew Christian blow and twerk. These are my most favorite to put on. I like the combinations of neon yellows and greens but also blues and reds. Todd Sanfields waistband is also a favorite of mine with just simple white and black or blue and black.

  2. Darren says:

    I love contrast coloured underwear, especially when the color is matched on the waistband and the trim or piping. When they don’t match it loses my interest.

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