Moods of Norway

Everyone knows how versatile a blue suit is. And regular readers of the blog have seen me style mine many different ways. I never like to miss an opportunity to explore the endless possibilities a classic blue suit offers, and I’ve teamed up with Moods of Norway to show you yet another.

Moods of Norway - He Spoke Style

I’ve recently been fond of playing with patterns between my shirt and tie. It’s a great way to “dress down” more formal looks, like a three-piece suit, and can even work in a business or corporate setting when done tastefully. The addition of a tie bar and crisp white pocket square can add just the right amount of seriousness to even a lively mix of patterns. And for an office to happy hour day-night transition, simply lose the tie and unbutton your top two buttons to transform your look from business to sharp casual.

Moods of Norway - He Spoke Style

Moods of Norway - He Spoke Style

Moods of Norway - He Spoke Style

This Look: Suit by Moods of Norway (jacket and pants) – Shirt c/o Eton – Tie by Brooks Brothers – Tie bar by David Donahue (also like this one) – Pocket square by Nordstrom – Watch by Timex – Belt by J.Crew – Wingtip dress shoes c/o Allen Edmonds (McAllister)

Moods of Norway has a great selection of staple pieces, like the suit I’m wearing, as well as items for the more style forward or adventurous. Click here to check out their new spring line.

Thanks for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

He Spoke Style

Photography by Rob McIver Photo.

Disclosure: Compensation for this post was provided by Moods of Norway. The opinions expressed herein are mine alone and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Moods of Norway.


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  • AbdAllah Monir

    Easy concept to use in getting elegant looks

  • Missy

    Very nice :)

  • Hugo

    Hello, I wanted to ask you a couple questions if you don’t mind about the Moods of Norway Suit because I am actually considering purchasing it. How is the quality of the wool/silk blend suit? How does the suit fit (i.e slim, true to fit)? How would you rank the quality of materials used versus the price? Lastly, would you recommend this suit for purchase?

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