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01.09.16

For AW16 dressing well for any event comes via sharp tailoring, innovative new design techniques and an appreciation of classic style.

EMERGING PATTERN

For those who want to break free of sartorial conservatism, a patterned shirt offers an easy way to add interest to a tailored look.

DRESSED DOWN DETAIL

For a wedding in late summer or early autumn, try a pocket square and a flower pin in place of a tie for a less formal but no less stylish look.

WHITE COLLAR

An enlarged, button-down collar gives a design-led spin to the classic white shirt and provides an easy way to give a formal look the personal touch.

PARTY LINE

Subtle pinstripes offer a novel way to approach dressing if you’re in the wedding party. Look for designs which boast thin, faded stripes.

TOUCH POINT

Whether on a shirt, tie, suit or all three, try textured weaves for style that looks even better upon closer inspection.

HIGH ROLLER

For events which require a dialled-down level of formality, a roll neck knit will offer a sophisticated alternative to a shirt and tie.

RAISE THE BAR

A collar bar will add a flash of metallic style to your look while ensuring that you stay on the right side of formality.

CHECK IN

Enlarged check tailoring provides a contemporary and eye-catching way to inject interest into your formal sartorial arsenal.

ON THE SPOT

Spotted accessories are all you need to invigorate traditional tailoring and are ideal for giving contemporary flair to a classic look.

DOUBLED UP

When cut sharply, a double breasted blazer provides a novel way to wear tailoring while retaining a streamlined shape.

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