Let’s get down to business with the classic and unstoppable blue suit

There’s nothing like a classic blue suit. But you already know that.

Here’s an HSS-approved, office-ready look for the end of summer and into early fall.

blue suit navy tie

blue suit navy tie

| WEARING | QG Custom suit, Al Bazar shirt, Suitsupply tie, IWC watch, Oliver Peoples sunglasses, Briefcase, c/o ONA, Ermengildo Zegna pocket square, Shoes c/o Tommy Hilfiger | PHOTOGRAPHY | by Rob McIver Photo

Your shirt collar will always set the tone of your look. A forward point collar is perhaps the most common, though it can be made a bit more interesting via a collar pin. A spread collar is a little more daring, though still on the conservative side. And a cutaway collar, like the one worn here, is the most style-forward.

One question we get all the time is what color tie to wear with a blue suit. One of the best things about a blue suit is that it will accept just about any color tie – it’s very much a blank canvas. So the tie you choose depends a lot on the occasion.

For a business look, a navy tie with an unassuming pattern is a good choice. Going monochromatic always projects confidence.

blue suit navy tie

Choose your shoes as much for the situation/occasion as your shirt collar. A cutaway collar always sends off some Italian vibes, so what better to match that than a pair of double monk straps?

blue suit navy tie

Thanks, as always, for reading.

Stylishly Yours,

Brian Sacawa
He Spoke Style


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