When it comes to looking your best, nothing beats an excellent suit to represent your style. Once you’ve got a few good tailored suits, you’ll want to wear them all the time. A great custom-made suit is both perfectly fitting, durable and a good investment- so it stands to reason you’ll want to get the most wear of it that you can. When you’ve got your staple suits, you’ll want to find different ways to accessorize them to create different looks. If not, your image could become a little repetitive or dull. Never fear, here come the easiest ways to accessorize a suit.
Pocket squares are super versatile, depending on the look that you want to create. Whether dapper, smart, vintage or quirky- choose the right size and pattern to create any feel that you like. Remember, pocket squares do not have to be precisely the same colour and design as your tie ( in fact, this may be a little predictable). All you need to do is ensure that all of your colours are complementary without any clashes. You can fold your pocket square any which way that you like; whether a pointed fold or a puff- change it up depending on the vibe of the day! When you’ve got the best men’s custom made suits, you’ll want to get some sharp accessorize to really accentuate them.
The perfect belt
Belts have far more to offer than mere practicalities (of keeping your trousers up)! To do the whole accessorizing thing right, you’ll want to invest in plenty of belts that you can colour match with your different shoes and ties. Matching your belt and shoes can really make your whole outfit stand out and gain some attention.
It’s all about the socks
Okay, so this one isn’t for everyone, but for those who like to keep it bold-colourful socks have really made their mark in the last few years. If you’ve got a plain suit and shirt, bold socks can be a nice touch to add a bit of quirkiness to your winter look. (Note- the cheeky-colourful sock look works particularly well on a Friday- when you’re excited to ditch the office for the weekend)!
Cufflinks are an age-old accessory to really add some class and personality to your look. With such a wide range out there, you’ll be spoilt for choice style-wise. If you’ve got a plain or neutral coloured suit, cufflinks can be a great way to get your colour fix. Emerald green or royal blue cufflinks can work particularly well with grey suits, for instance.
When it comes to changing up your looks, simple touches work the best. Next time you shop for belts or bags, think carefully about matching them to your different suits. Often, it’s about knowing which colours suit you best- and this is sometimes a case of trial and error. Good luck putting together your new winter looks.