What to wear to a formal event

Find what to wear to Formal event and how to pull off your Formal event outfit in style thanks to our stylists’ top combinations, tips, and look ideas.

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Mix colour and pattern

You don’t have to stick to grey or navy when it comes to suits. Mixing different colours and patterns feels modern and youthful – just make sure to keep things different enough that it feels intentional.

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Embrace your patterns

Let your confidence shine by throwing in small (but impactful) elements of pattern. Don't be afraid to clash, too – think a check trouser styled with a striped tie. The trick is to simply have fun with it.

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Look sharp in a classic suit

Want to make a good impression? Throw on a timeless suit for an easy, put-together finish. The trick is to pay attention to details – a patterned tie and smart shoe are subtle additions with high impact.

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Veer into velvet

Pair together a black velvet jacket, rollneck, and formal trousers for a retro twist on an everyday look. Just finish with monk strap shoes to add a suave and contemporary finish to this nostalgic ensemble.

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Don't lose your identity in smart dressing

When you need to wear a suit but still want to add some personality, go for casual outerwear. A camo jacket shows character, but can be taken off when you need to make a more professional impression.

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Bring in the double-breasted blazer

It’s time to slip a different kind of jacket on this season – think structured, navy, and easy to style. Pair with your trustiest blue shirt, formal brown trousers, followed by brown tassel loafers. Then add some interest via a fun tie.

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