The Complete Guide To Men's Suits: 57 Rules Of Style
Everything you need to know about suits, including what to look for when buying them, how to get them tailored, and the coats, shirts, ties, shoes, and watches to wear with them.Rule #2
Some think button-down collars are for casual wear only, but they can work great with dressier looks as well.
Polka dots are a great way to bring energy to a suit. Make sure they're big enough to be recognizable, but not so large that they're goofy.
A tried-and-true pattern like herringbone or glen plaid in a muted shade makes an impression without crossing into the realm of garishness.
A double-breasted overcoat should be slim so it doesn't billow when open.
A slightly cropped overcoat will elongate your silhouette.
A pattern is a great complement to a neutral suit.
Like a gray suit, a gray overcoat is always in fashion.
Navy goes with any suit in your wardrobe—including black.
Camel will give you the ultimate luxe look.
Offset a bold tie with a subdued shirt.
Modernize your winter knit tie by wearing it with a trim, shortened collar.
Two variations of the same color always look good together.
When you feel creative, pair dark chambray with a bright, spirited tie.
The pattern-on-pattern look is office-appropriate without being predictable.
With these updated styles, your biggest problem won't be figuring out how to wear them—it'll be deciding which gorgeous pair to choose.