Hello my lovely people!!!A lot of the questions I get asked by guys who are new to men’s fashion and style revolve around tailoring. Whether it’s the way a certain piece should fit (very important) or what hues will go with their new oddly-coloured blazer, it seems that many struggle when it comes to dressing on the sharper end of the spectrum.However, above all others, the question that I get asked the most is: “If I only buy one suit, what should it be?” And while this may seem like a relatively easy one to answer, I can assure you it is not.“It’s simple”, I hear you cry. “A navy, two button, peak lapel suit with double vents! (Exactly what’s running through your mind currently)
Yet I’m here to argue that there may be an alternative to the holier than holy navy option. So today I put a case forward for the grey suit being the only one you’ll ever need in your wardrobe.Yet this no longer applies to the majority of individuals, especially with more and more workplaces beginning to adopt business-casual dress codes. In fact, in these companies, a navy suit may be considered a bit too much.Navy also feels like more of a daytime, business-appropriate colour whereas grey can effortlessly transition into the evening, especially when paired with black.The fact that grey goes with any colour under the sun doesn’t hurt either.Giving you’ll a pictorial demonstration is our today’s feature on the blog in association with http://www.parkavenue.co.in.
Personally, I think grey is more versatile as well. Hence I decided to layer it under a cameo/classic rose pink shirt and a brighter pink tie. The Pocket square and the lapel pin helped me to show you all a varied genre of the same look curated by me. A pair of monk strap shoes on your feet and you are good to treat the world as your runway.
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