What formal shoes to wear at work

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Versatile formalwear

A neutral-coloured knit will brighten up darker suiting and coats, while being versatile enough to pair with chinos or jeans. Layer up your tailored jacket and overcoat for a classic cold-weather work look.

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A considered finish

Contrast a grey suit with a classic navy overcoat. A dark green tie and checked scarf add extra points of interest without going too bold.

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Keep it simple

You don’t have to wear a tie to look smart. A navy suit and crisp white shirt always looks put-together. Add a patterned pocket square if you want to give your look an extra detail.

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Complementary accessories

When it comes to a tie and pocket square, they should be complementary but never matching. A blue check tie and a burgundy pocket square is a great way to achieve this, especially with a grey suit as the base.

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All the small things

You don’t need to go crazy to make your suit feel new and exciting. Small details like a striped shirt or tie and bright pocket square will add life to your look. Avoid matching your tie and pocket square – instead pull it together with tonal colours.

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Tone down coloured separates

It kind of defeats the object, we know, but it’s perfect for achieving a subtle-yet-statement aesthetic. Anchor your colourful separates (a green blazer and blue trousers) with a lightweight, neutral shirt, and let it work its magic.

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Nail the navy look

We love a navy suit. It's a year-round staple that has you covered season to season. Why not keep it fresh by swapping out your plain shirt for one with a stripe pattern? It's a winning look.

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Suit up in style

Formal grey suiting with a slim black tie and loafers is traditional without being stuffy. Finish with a neatly folded white pocket square for added interest.

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