Always found that this type of colours works very well in a tie. Gray, blue, brown, works with anything really. Suit from Caruso, Emma Willis shirt, tie from Boivin, Berg & Berg ps and shoes from John Lobb. Click on the headline for more pics.
The DB-suit was almost ruined after the ghastly 80s when so many ugly DB-models surfaced. Huge shoulders, low button stance, shiny fabrics. This wasn’t unique for DB-suits of course, but somehow it all became worse when the suit was a DB. Nor did it help that it seemed like every movie villain would have a DB-suit. Thankfully the DB-suit has made a comeback. It’s unlikely to be more than a niche model and, in my experience at least, its much more difficult to find RTW DB suits that fit well. The best option is bespoke and if that’s not possible
Caruso jacket, cardigan from Paul Smith, shirt from Drake’s, Poszetka tie, ps from A. Christensen, Berg & Berg pants and shoes from Alden. Click on the headline for more pics.
As a Swede living in Switzerland I have no problem with snow, on the contrary I love it. But sleet is truly the devil’s work. Suit from Richard James, Kiton shirt, tie from Borrelli Royal Collection, ps from Canali and shoes from Alden. Click on the headline for more pics.
Blue suit with softer colours this time, almost pastels. Burberry suit, shirt from Kiton, Borrelli tie, Poszetka ps and shoes from Crockett & Jones. Click on the headline for more pics.