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How The Concept Of The “Full Suit” Has Changed;

I’m Not Saying The Necktie is dead. Or that you can’t blow the doors off a conference room dressed to the hilt in a classic three-piece. But there’s a new way to style up a suit when you’re not on the clock. And the key component is, of all things, a crewneck sweater. It’s basically this seasons equivalent of wearing a T-shirt with a suit-and a cheat code that lets you get away with wearing your shirttale untucked while still looking like a Put-together style hero.








Blazer: Zara

Pocket Square: H&M

Sweater: Zara

Shirt: Zara

Pants: Zara

Socks: J.Crew

Shoes: Zara

Watch: Daniel Wellington

Instagram: Appealnstyle522 

Author:

Hi, I'm Nigel Bennett born & raised in NYC, and navigated the finance world with a somewhat questionable sense of fashion. In the concrete jungle of manhattan where it's as easy to get disheartened as it is to catch a cab, I soon discovered fashion blogs, and my Instagrammy Friends(yeah i said Grammy's I feel like were all in one auditorium all dressed up) and through them, i found empowerment and inspiration. So finally after 5 years I decided since this 2015 I should finally create my own blog in hopes to incite the same inspiration I once discovered myself in a pursuit of fashion. But more importantly, hopes to reignite the embers of a forgotten dream or maybe even spark the flames to a whole new aspiration to upcoming fashion idealist.

4 thoughts on “How The Concept Of The “Full Suit” Has Changed;

  1. Hello Style Star!
    You know you are my style star and I am always amazed my the carefully put together looks that always have just the right amount of class and a whole lot of ingenuity! Love the way you paired this sweater with the blazer and the untucked shirt is perfect. The socks, though, baby,they have my heart and so do you , of course baby ❤

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