Suit outfit ideas

Make sure your jacket’s shoulder seams sit on the ends of your shoulder blades. Ensure your jacket’s body isn’t too tight. You should be able to fasten all the jacket’s buttons without straining the fabric around the waist. Wear a slim-fit shirt underneath, so your suit doesn’t bunch. Add a pop of colour with a pocket square.

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Don't be afraid to mix and match

Navy waistcoat and a grey blazer...why not? As long as you keep the levels of formality the same, there's no reason why you can't mix up the colours and textures.

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Freshen up your formalwear

Bring character to your smart black trousers by switching your dark blazer for blue with a matching waistcoat. It will lend a fresh perspective to this classic look for your next formal engagement.

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Style myth: don’t pair waistcoats with denim

Mix your genres in the best way and create a refined yet rugged look with more than a hint of biker cool. Choose dark blue denim to keep it sharp, and add a white tee and bold blue waistcoat to complete the look.

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What about waistcoats?

If your look feels a little too casual, add a sharp waistcoat. Worn under a textured unstructured blazer, it feels contemporary and considered. Complete the preppy look with a patterned tie and dark denim jeans.

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Consider new smart colourways

A smart look of neutral pieces feels like a seasonal upgrade from classic dark tones. It brings direction and character, and it can look just as formal if you mix up the tones. A brown blazer lends soft, warm contrast to stone chinos.

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