The boring business suit is dead – long live the hot trotting two-piece
If you’re looking for a pop of color, look no further than Paul Smith. Renowned for his bold choice of printed hues and linings, Sir Paul is the master of playful menswear. This double-breasted number has been cut with an oversized fit to accentuate the 80s-inspired double-breasted look. When styling your own suit, stick with the 80s aesthetic and opt for a colorful tee, a simple sweater or tank top, and finish with some Ugg slippers adorned with cartoon flames, of course.
5. The tracksuit
The humble tracksuit has worked hard to remove some negative connotations in recent years, but rest assured, it’s back in full force. This option from Vivienne Westwood has been adorned with Renaissance-inspired artwork, so why not take it one step further and complete your own look in a Renaissance-inspired way? A silk ponytail blouse is always a good place to start, as it adds a cleverly contrasting feminine touch to the more blokier aesthetic of a tracksuit.
6. The kind of coordination
If a perfectly matched set is a little too much matchy-matchy to your liking, why not try pairing a different top and pants in the same color? It might sound simple, but it’s a very effective way to make yourself look taller and a great way to go against the grain when it comes to dressing or dressing her up. Complete the look with a shirt or coat, but make sure it’s a contrasting color or pattern so it stands out from the rest of the outfit.
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