A STYLISH ENSEMBLE FOR WEEKDAY AND WEEKEND
The days of the go-to navy suit are long in the past. This exceptional suit will get you noticed both in and out of the office. The pink spread-collar pique dress shirt fits comfortably underneath the jacket and works with or without a tie. Add an extra pop of color with the silk pocket square and funky but still understated sock. The boots give the traditional lace wingtip a fresh step into fall. The wrinkle-free travel blazer folds nicely in your briefcase, so no worries about getting caught in the rain running to meetings. This elevated, dressy look goes from day to night with ease.
All items (ABOVE) courtesy of Robert Talbott at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta: Carmel suit in glenplaid with flat-front Laguna trouser, $1,748; pocket square, $85; pink spread-collar pique dress shirt, $278; wool scarf, $296; navy Presidio wingtip boot, $350; over-the-calf socks, $29.50; Oak Grove travel blazer, $498; suede belt, $188.
Who knew your Saturday sweats could transition to a night out on the town so seamlessly? Take these joggers and hoodie out to dinner with friends for a fashion-forward take on traditional streetwear for the man who wants next-level comfort. Consider the slick sneakers your ticket for running errands all day and still feeling stylish enough for drinks out at night. When you add the lightweight travel jacket as a third piece, the look is complete. These days, dressing comfortably is no longer an excuse to look underdressed.
All items (ABOVE) courtesy of Brunello Cucinelli at The Shops Buckhead Atlanta: Signature deconstructed travel jacket, $2,495; bi-color comfort cotton joggers, $795; comfort cotton hoodie, $845; flannel baseball cap, $445; men’s runners, $995; screwtop leather cigar case $475; cigar cutter, $325.
STORY AND STYLING: Holly Katz
PHOTOS: Sara Hanna
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