The Suitable Man

Dress for success. That old saying has been used for ages because there’s some truth behind those words of wisdom. If you want to stand out in the crowd – and not abide by the basic office dress code – the little details make all the difference.

Andrisen Morton selected a modern suit fit for the season, and the well-dressed man.

“Suits are not timeless…suits today are closer to the body – trimmer, shorter, cap or soft shoulder. Trousers now have a trimmer thigh, narrower bottom and the length should just touch the shoe,” says Craig Andrisen.

According to Andrisen a well-dressed must-have is, “wearing the right model that fits your body. Better the quality – a better fit.”

Mix n’ Don’t Match

An easy way to stand out of the crowd is incorporating a patterned gutsy shirt and a textured woven tie. No need for a tie accessory with this look; the skinny tie does all of the talking.

Shirt $495 ISAIA | Tie $265 Brunello Cucinelli | Suit $2,795 Ermenegildo Zegna

Pocket Square Panache

When it comes to a polished look, take careful consideration of the little details. Stuff a retro-patterned pocket square into your lapel jacket to personalize your look – solid colors, or patterned. It’s old school cool because some staples never die.

Shirt $495 ISAIA | Pocket Square $180 Brunello Cucinelli | Tie $265 Brunello Cucinelli | Suit $2,795 Ermenegildo Zegna

Beauty & The Belt

A good leather belt is the last thing to put on, but the first thing to get noticed. A belt should match the color of shoes so you get a clean, minimalist look that brings the whole look together. Also if you have accessories like cuff links or a watch, make sure the belt buckle has the same color finish.

Belt $295 W. Kleinberg

For The Sole

Only black, brown or burgundy will do when it comes to a professional setting. There’s no rules against mixing an ombre black with brown, though. Lose the laces, embrace a chunky sole and the final touch to a narrow pant is the practice of cuffing pants. Not only does it protect the fabric from the streets but also it’s a modern look your grandpa might not understand.

Shoes $795 Di Bianco