In the realm of menswear, there are a handful of classic patterns that have endured the test of time: glen check, houndstooth, stripes, and windowpanes on articles of clothing and paisley and polka dot motifs on accessories. A dotted pattern is especially versatile, so what’s the best way to wear it? Read more
I always found that adding a pocket square to a jacket instantly upgrades the look, makes it more stylish, and so I always collect them whenever I found one that I liked and added it to my collection because I wanted to be able to have different ones for different situations, in different shades that work with my jackets, especially if they’re patterned; not every pocket square always works with every jacket.
Even those who are new to classic men’s style can look sharp by relying on fundamental two-color pairings like navy and grey or blue and brown, with a suit in one solid color and a tie in another. But, once you develop an interest in the nuances of dressing well, you’ll be looking for ways to add greater richness and complexity to your outfits. One way to achieve this is by working three or more colors into a single outfit. In this article, we’ll show you how to carry off multiple colors without looking like a peacock.