Suit em’ up
Suit em’ up
Photos Panos Davios
Styling Sofia Tsakiri
Words By Eleni Papaioannou
A suit is a suit, come rain or shine_or even hot spring days.
How many times have you been turned off by a business aquaintance that shows up for a very important meeting in chinos and a tee, just because it is hot outside? No excuse is enough when it comes to dressing right for the part, since suits come in so many different shapes, fabrics and forms, it is unavoidable to find the perfect one for here and now. To prove our point, we put together a very exciting combination that, even with its long sleeves, gives off a fresh and alluring vibe.
DO IT RIGHT
· Choose a lighter shade of your favorite color, like this lovey blue that is just a touch brighter than our favorite winter dark ones. It deffinitely pays off to invest in a not so very light tone, as this choice will give you room to play while accessorising with your pocket square. Let that be the lighter blue touch in your outfit and, if you need to feel even more secure, throw in some same shaded lines on your cotton shirt and there you have it!
· Oh yes, knitted ties are still haunting our closet with their versatile delight! There is no better time than right now to snap on this fushia number that will brighten up the whole packadge.
· Mind the cuts: see how close to the shoulders this jacket is? A narrow number offers the look a simpler, more summery feel that seems (and is) incredibly easy to move it. Same goes for the trousers and their short cut that lets your loafers do the talking, free from the tyranny of the sock!
Time after time there comes a watch that does so much more than count the minutes, like this Audemars Piguet piece.
OUTFIT, WHERE TO BUY
Wool & Elastan Suit by Don Hering London, Cotton Pinstripe Shirt by Mauro Boano And Loafers By Landini, All Available at Vardas/Golden Hall. Watch by Audemars Piguet, Available at Audemars Piguet Boutique. Knitted Tie And Cotton Pocket Square from Harri’s wardrobe. Audemars Piguet Boutique: Voukourestiou 21 Str. Athens.