THE QUIRKY GENTLEMAN'S SARTORIAL GUIDE


Today's modern man of style knows that his major fashion artillery is his suit. He is well aware of what power he can wield witha well cut,trimmed-to-body , jacket and matching well fitting pants sitting just right on his choice shoes which is either a pair of burgundy traditional british brogues, a "berluti pierre triptych" or a more casual leather-soled tassel loafers. He is also aware of the fact that hi sartorial prowess doesn't necessarily have to mean business all the time; he finds a balance between luxury and casual and he rocks the preppy but classy look just fine.
HOW TO WEAR IT RIGHT!

WIN TIE AND SQUARE
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 Coordinate your necktie with your pocket square;
 REAL MEN OF STYLE DON'T MATCH THE TWO
. Creatively mix and match them, one way to do this is picking the color of your shirt as the common element present in both your tie and square while you play with pattern clashing (wear a striped regent tie with paisley print) and adorn with a classic fold.
THE RIGHT "WEIGHT" TO GO!
Skillfully coordinating shoes with the rest of your outfit is either hard or easy. Social conventions to follow include: *Wear thick soled shoes (brogues,oxfords and derbies) with heavier suit fabrics. *Only wear loafers or any soft shoe with lighter suit fabrics. *When pairing the famous velvet slippers with your suit, make sure your pants are cut slim and narrow at the ankles, also just long enough to touch only the hem of you shoe.

LIE IN WHITE AND YOU WILL NEVER BE CAUGHT! 

The classic white shirt; just what it is "a classic". For ultimate style, you could just stock up on this and play with colors as you might want with your other accessories. A very good point to this tip aside looking crisp and clean always is that nobody will be able to know the number of shirts you have.