For a Corporate / Professional:
For the corporate guy, a full blue suit paired with a thin plain white shirt with dark shoes is a staple. You can Use the accessories to express your mood- venture out with some pops of color to change up your day to day.
Monochromatic: Stay within the blue hues.
Dimension: You can change out the shirt color to another pale solid or use your accessories to add small doses of bolder patterns and colors to contrast/ complement.
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Transitioning to Smart Casual:
For a smart casual look, swap the shirt for a t-shirt in summer or a neutral tight knit sweater in winter. Remember to keep the inner layer piece’s tones subtle. For example, white, beige, lighter shades of blue and keep the patterns tight.
Split the suit into separates and think about pairing the jacket with a pair of jeans or slim grey trousers.
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Transition to Formal:
A darker blue suit combination can look sharp especially for evenings or events. Start by contrasting the textures between individual pieces for definition, richness and depth. For example, a textured tie and a lighter colored shirt.
Especially for a wedding, play around with the accessories - metallic or bold accents to your lapel pin and cufflinks for sophistication and charm go a long way.
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On a Budget:
If in doubt, stick to a crisp white shirt to have with your blue suit. You can use an endless array of accessories to change up your look.
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