Timeless, versatile and utterly dapper, the navy suit is the man’s equivalent to the little black dress. A must-have for any stylish gent, it can be worn in multiple ways and master endless dress codes. To show you what a wise investment it is, allow us to demonstrate how to wear one navy suit four ways.
How to Wear a Navy Suit Formally
Whether you’re a high-flying city banker or have just received an invite to your friend’s wedding, a classic navy suit will ensure you are dressed to impress. For a formal look, team yours with a crisp white shirt, silk tie, pocket square (echoing – not matching – a colour in your shirt or tie) and lace-up shoes. To achieve the neatest silhouette, ensure you only ever fasten the top button of your jacket – never both.
How to Wear a Navy Suit for Business-Casual
Looking to refresh your office wardrobe? By removing your jacket and sporting a simple shirt, trouser and tie combination, you’ll be left with a fail-safe outfit that is smart yet not overly dressy. To add some extra character to the look, choose a tie with an eye-catching pattern and finish things off with a sleek leather belt and timeless brogues.
How to Wear a Casual Navy Suit
Putting together a smart-casual outfit can often prove a tricky task, but things are made instantly easier when you have a navy suit at hand. To create the desired ensemble, pair your jacket with a patterned shirt, whilst swapping your trousers with a pair of classic chinos. On your feet, we believe some leather Chelsea boots would work best.
How to Wear a Navy Suit at the Weekened
It’s the weekend; you want to look the part without going over the top. The solution? Your navy suit. However, instead of teaming it with the accustomed shirt and tie, wear yours with a fine knit roll neck. Elegant and effortlessly stylish, this arrangement shows you’ve made an effort without looking out of place.
Now you know how to wear a navy suit four ways, the time has come (if you haven’t done already) for you to make your investment. And where can you do that? At The Savile Row Company, of course. Take a look at our tailored suit selection here; we think you’ll take a particular liking to our new-season flannel design.