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A well-fitted suit always looks sharp. But how do you accessorise to best match the tone of events? Read on and find out.

1 How to style your suit for any occasion1.1 Weddings1.2 Work1.3 Casual


Are you the one getting married? Attending a wedding as a guest? In any case, stick to classic colours that reflect the formality of the event.

A classic necktie is a must-have accessory in every wedding suit style guide. Consider a tie in muted colours that complement your suit.

A pocket square is also a great addition to the wedding suit look for a pop of colour. Opt for a white linen or cotton pocket square to keep it subtle and timeless. If you go for colours and patterns, make sure your pocket square complements the colour of your tie or bow tie without matching it perfectly.

Want to stand out in the sea of traditional neckties? Go with the bow tie. It'll add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your wedding suit and help make you stand out.

Complete the look with a pair of dress shoes and shiny cufflinks for an elegant touch.

  • Choose a tasteful tie, pocket square, and watch.
  • Use a belt or suspenders.
  • Try to complement the wedding’s colour scheme.
  • Wear loud or novelty accessories.
  • Wear a belt and suspenders.
  • Outshine the bride!


A classic, single-breasted two-piece suit is appropriate for most professional settings. Stick to classic colours and patterns, and keep it simple and professional.

Keep your accessories simple. A classic watch and a subtle tie are staples, but a minimalistic bracelet and rings are also work-appropriate highlights.

Depending on your workplace, you may also want to add a lapel pin or cufflinks to level-up your presence.

We highly recommend adding a quality leather belt and a tie clip for a polished and professional look.

  • Carry an elegant leather bag.
  • Choose a sophisticated watch.
  • Wear a leather belt.
  • Over-accessorise.
  • Wear flashy and loud accessories.
  • Mix your metals and colours.


Pair your suit jacket with dark jeans or chinos for a smart-casual look. Elevate the look with a patterned or coloured shirt while incorporating expressive accessories.

Add a Panama hat for a touch of relaxed sophistication. It complements the suit while providing a laid-back vibe.

Wearing a season-appropriate scarf in a vibrant colour or pattern to inject personality. A pocket square is also a surefire highlight. A casual outfit is your opportunity to showcase your individual style.

Loosen your tie slightly for an effortless feel or try incorpotaring other types of cravats like ascots or neckechiefs. Experiment, have fun, and let your style shine..

Subtle bracelets and pendant necklaces are subtle accents, that bring out the best in your look without overpowering it. If you choose to wear a tie, go for a relaxed or patterned design to strike a balance between formal and casual.

The cherry on top of your casual summer look are the shades. Sunglasses that suit your face shape and the occasion not only protect your eyes but add a dash of suave to your look.

  • Be yourself.
  • Do what you want.
  • Express yourself.
  • Let lists on the internet limit you.
  • Let anyone else define your style.
  • Be ashamed of anything, really.

No matter the occasion, a well-styled suit makes you stand out in the best way possible. Whether you're suiting up for a wedding, a day at the office, or a casual outing, it's all about adding those personal touches that make the suit truly yours. Choose ties and pocket squares that reflect the event's tone, layer in tasteful accessories, and never underestimate the power of a polished watch or leather belt. Anyone can wear a suit, but not everyone can own it.