We first met Alberto at one of our TSB reader parties last year. What stood out was his ability to combine interesting textures, patterns and colors in a way that was eye-catching but strangely subtle at the same time.
“I was formerly a sneakerhead and although I still have an appreciation for an OG pair of Jordans, my first corporate internship compelled me to evolve my style … TSB helped make the transition a lot easier.”
Here, the Baruch College finance student highlights one of is favorite winter fabrics – herringbone tweed.
1. Seasonally Suited
On a mild day you don’t need an overcoat, just a badass winter suit.
The biggest advantage of a heavily textured suit is it’s versatility. It’s sharp enough for a business environment, but looks much less “corporate stiff” when you leave work, take the tie off, and hit a swanky bar.
“What I like most about this herringbone suit is the way it effortlessly transitions from a full day at the office to a night out in the city.”
This look is also a great example of how to properly mix patterns.
With oversized trouser cuffs trending, it’s refreshing to see a mini cuff…especially on top of a beautiful pair of shoes.
- Grey/Navy herringbone suit by GANT Michael Bastian
- Blue stripe contrast collar shirt Custom made
- Red/grey/white stripe tie by Brooks Brothers Black Fleece
- Cotton plaid pocket square by TheTieBar
- SIlver tie bar by Kenneth Cole
- Red dress socks by J.Crew
- Brown leather/suede spectators by Barker Black