What do David Gandy, Tom Hardy and Tinie Tempah all have in common? They all know how to pull off a killer suit. This isn’t something which is natural or exclusive to superstars but something that all men can learn! All you need is a little guidance from the experts at Suit Direct.
The Blue Tonal Check Suit
This eye-catching slim fit Navy Check Suit from Limehaus is a step above the timeless blue suit and is the perfect way to up your style game this spring. Its impressive windowpane check design adds a unique touch to your wardrobe. Wear as a three piece suit to add asophisticated edge.
Keep things simple with a blue knitted tie to add a rich textured vintage style to your look. A pocket square adds a touch of elegance to your suit, remember to choose one that doesn’t match your tie.
The Grey Tonic Suit
Nothing looks the business like a three piece suit, and if you want to dress it down or for warmer days simply remove the waistcoat to transform it into a dapper two piece. This classic silver tonic suit from Limehaus features a contrasting geometric print lining and burgundy trim for a unique touch. Complete the look with a smart pair of formal wing tip shoes.
As a rule your tie should always be darker than your shirt!
The Navy Check Suit
If you’re looking for a seasonal fashion statement that isn’t over the top, this latest suit from Ben Sherman is made for you. Crafted in a sleek King’s (tailored) Fit for a more streamlined silhouette it features a subtle blue windowpane check. Wear as a three piece suit to the office or a special occasion with brown lace-ups or brogues.
When purchasing a suit always buy two sets of formal trousers as they will inevitably wear out long before your jacket.
The Navy Stripe Suit
Ben Sherman is renowned as a must-have mod fashion brand. This contemporary blue suit from Ben Sherman features a subtle blue stripe design with narrow lapels for a sleek modernist style. Wear it with an understated button-down shirt, a Limehaus navy cross tie and a plain white pocket square to complete the look.
Never button up your bottom button when wearing a two button jacket. Only button the top one, it’s a mistake that a lot of men tend to overlook.