Suiting has taken on a luxurious lounge aesthetic this season by intentionally mismatching jackets and trousers creating a relaxed appeal of a broken suit. This broken suit trend is all about reworking the classics by combining smart separates such as blazers and waistcoats with less formal pieces, like t-shirts, trousers, and jeans for a dressed down look. Suits and tailoring belong to every man’s wardrobe so mix matching suit separates smartens your attire and also guarantee’s more wear out of your tailored investment items. It’s all about throwing them together effortlessly.
Boiled Wool Blazer • Club Monaco • $199.00
Clean and modern is the way to go and tapping into casual suiting is as easy as pie. Styling options such as taking a t-shirt or lighter weight sweater under a blazer and pairing it with formal sneakers or slip on canvas shoes is the go to outfit. It’s all about keeping the look simple. Relaxed roomier silhouettes emphasise the casual mood, while blazers and double or single breasted jackets are built longer and looser with soft structures and lighter fabrics that can move you right into spring and summer. You can take your pick of keeping your entire look more relaxed with trousers that are also built with more room, or you can opt for a more tapered slimmer pant.
Grant Pinstripe Blazer • Club Monaco • $219.00
There is one key item that will keep your look smashing for years to come and it’s all about the blazer. Built with every man in mind the blazer is a versatile staple whether solid, striped or as a patterned vehicle, it has also been reworked into denim, corduroy for spring cool nights and moving into linen and cotton fabrications that will keep you cool for summer. Pair it with anything you like, dressed down or up the blazer will remain relevant and a popular way to refresh your outfit with confidence.
Andrea Incontri two button denim blazer • Farfetch • $653.08
Breaking up the suit are integral to any well-dressed man’s ensemble, you’ll continue to build a solid versatile wardrobe while still looking on point. It’s a board to inspire your formalwear and a laidback approach to casual tailoring. It’s pushing the established formalwear rules in a much more contemporary direction.