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Whether you're new to the suit game or just need new ideas to stay sharp, take a look at the basic rules below and see what inspires you.

SOLID SUIT

  • Solid suit, striped tie, striped shirt. With this combo, one should refer to rule #2 and make sure one has a wider stripe than the other.
  • Solid suit, striped tie, plaid shirt. In this combo, keep in mind the above rule #3. Stripes and plaids are two different patterns, so you have to keep the scales similar. Try a narrow stripe with a mini check, or a wide stripe with a large plaid.
  • Pro Tip: Solid suit, paisley/polka dot tie, striped shirt. Seems tricky, but if you keep the scales of the pattern at a similar size, this is a great looking combination!

Solid suit, patterned tie, white shirt

STRIPED SUIT

  • Striped suit, solid shirt, striped tie (of a different scale).
  • Striped suit, solid shirt, plaid/polka dot tie (of the same scale).
  • Pro Tip: Striped suit, striped shirt (of a different scale), and a coordinating/contrasting solid colored tie.
Striped suit, patterned tie, white shirt

    PLAID SUIT

    • Plaid suit, solid shirt, and a plaid tie (of a different scale).
    • Plaid suit, solid shirt, and a striped tie (of the same scale).
    • Plaid suit, solid shirt, and a paisley/polka dot tie (of the same scale).
    • Plaid suit, striped shirt, and a solid tie, all in coordinating colors.
    • Pro Tip: Plaid suit, plaid shirt (of a different scale), and a solid tie. This one is a hard one to pull off, but if you have guts and confidence, hell, go for it.

    Patterned suit, patterned tie, white shirt

    So, gentlemen, with the above in mind, look in your closet, get dressed, and take on the world.

    Antonio Rossi

    Antonio Rossi

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