any dark color will match with red shirt. dark blue jeans or black jeans
a traditional outfit for waiters is: black trousers, white shirt and a black (or dark green or dark red) waistcoat.
1/6. There are 6 possible combinations of 2 you could pull out of the washer (red&black, red&white, red&gray, black&white, black&gray, white&gray), and red and black is one of them.
Scarlet Red tie and white shirt. Or. Black tie and white shirt. Or. White tie and dark blue shirt. Or. Electric blue tie and black shirt.
For a Male: red shirt (depending on the tone of red) would go well with a black or grey pant. It would also go well with any dark colored jeans. For a Female: red shirt can go well with almost anything. So you can try dark skirts, dark pants, or bright skirts or bright pants.
White is lighter than the black and in the dark, black is camouflaged so white is easier to see.
Brown would be better but without the dark blue shirt, maybe a brown shirt and brown shoes or a black shirt and black shoes. That would be much better. Dark blue and tan= wrong.
alright missy, u wnt to look HOT so simple with red lipstick/gloss wear black shirt and jeans/skirt or even a black dress. then apply some black eyeliner and black mascara and black eyeshadow and last but not least a dark midnight dark purple blush.
You were a red shirt with black pants. They look the best
a dark green shirt with a dirty red scarf with a pair of black work slack, a black suit jacket, and a black beret type hat.
Black, definitely black.
Black or dark brown.
a red shirt or black tie, it can be any color shirt, but make sure the tie has atleast some black if not all of it is black.
Shirt: red white or columbian blue collar shirt Pants or shirt: black or kacky
It might seem a little too dark try a colorful shirt to make it brighter
Black or Dark Blue
Dark blue and Dark red... or blue, red and black
black yellow or red
a dressy shirt
red and blue makes black
Yes it is ok. In my opinion ,you should wear a white button up long sleeved shirt,red tie and a black suit.