Roll neck sweater with a suit is more or less a classic combination. Or at least it is a widely recognized and admitted way to dress down your suit. The most common option for this kind of outfit however is to wear your suit with a lightweight merino wool roll neck sweater.
The bi-annual “week in Florence” is again behind. After missing the trip to the fair last June, Pitti Uomo 93 was again a great way to start the year.
One suit – three different kind of outfits. All three suitable and appropriate for different kind of occasions.
The term “business casual” can be interpreted in various ways. The definition can change depending on several factors. For example geography, climate, culture, and of course the nature of occasion affect the interpretation.
For a long time I searched for a simple, single-breasted rain mac. Finally last spring I found one. A blue Herno laminar rain coat which is naturally weather proof and lightweight but also appropriate for multiple different purposes.
Shawl collar cardigan is one of the garments in men’s wardrobe that is appropriate around the year. However fall is maybe the most obvious season to wear one.
I personally like the fall and early winter season. In terms of dressing up those are actually my favorites. Although my personal is quite same no matter the season, there are naturally differences between fabrics, textures and colors that varies seasonally. So as the fall is here it is good to take a quick look
Printed silk ties are usually at their best when you wear them for business. However you can also wear them in more relaxed occasions. For example when you head out for a casual dinner. This post is a throwback to our short trip to Sopot in Poland. We stayed at the beautiful Grand Sofitel hotel
With a solaro suit you can create a relaxed, casual, chic and even slightly arrogant look. It is an unconventional but not too flamboyant choice. A light colored solaro suit makes a great option for casual and business casual occasions and is in fact quite easy to dress up or down.
In terms of ties pin dot and polka dot patterns are classic. The origin of using dots in neck wear actually goes all the way back to Beau Brummell himself. And today almost every manufacturer have some kind of dot designs in their selection of ties.