19.// Not Dressing Like A Teenager.

6.06.2016 Margate, Kent, UK

I do like a good suit and when an event crops up where it's required I actually get quite excited about the thought of not dressing like a teenager... seriously though, my day job never really calls for me to be ultra smart and my regular wears aren't topped with pocket squares or bow ties either... However, when the occasion calls for it my go to Navy Suit never fails.

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For me May June and July are stacked with family Birthdays, that means a handful of filet mignon dinners and a bunch of sophisticated venues that require dress codes. As well, weddings seem to be the norm at my age and to top things of LCM events are actually on my calendar next week... Yeah that's right, some good people have considered me worthy of their shows and parties. That means stuntin' in something slightly smarter than normal... Now I'm not particularly dapper, nor do I profess to knowing heaps about suiting, so this post offers a slightly alternative way to style tailoring.

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I can't deny that I wanted to flex my new grey common projects on the blog too and when I had the idea to throw a suit oriented feature together, it was a combination that seemed to go together pretty comfortably. The grey sneakers offer themselves pretty effortlessly to navy and the whole suit isn't extremely formal either, allowing it to be appropriate for a whole range of different events... trade the t-shirt in for a shirt and the trainers for some brogues or loafers and you could be sitting up there with the dandy bloggers of the world... My suit isn't available online anymore, but this Paul Smith number here is really similar. The "suit to travel in" concept that PS run with is practically perfect for guys like myself. Slim cut, crease resistant, water repellant and constructed from sensible fabrics, it's an excellent investment to make. For me knowing I've got a decent response to any dress code already in my wardrobe removes any pre-event anxiety. So invest wisely or visit a good tailor to make sure you've got a strong formal look in your arsenal. 

How are you guys putting your suits together at the moment? Thanks for reading, James. 
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