Outfit Suggestion: Business Casual Cool

March 1st, 2014

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Here’s a perfect look for late winter/early spring, whether you’re going “business casual” or just “sharp weekender”. You can wear this outfit (or any of these wardrobe staples) for just about any occasion.

1) Suede Bomber Jacket by Reiss ($335 – on sale)

2) Tortoise Shades by Warby Parker ($95)

3) Cotton Sweatshirt by J.Crew ($64.50)

4) Watch by Timex x J.Crew ($195)

5) Woven Belt by Martin Dingman ($85)

6) Denim Spread Collar Shirt by Polo Ralph Lauren ($98)

7) Tonal Stripe Silk Knit Tie by Brooks Brothers ($79.50)

8) Grey Flannel Trousers by Reiss ($210)

9) Oxblood Penny Loafers by Allen Edmonds ($225)

10) Fair Isle Socks by Club Monaco ($15.50)



Thanks, as always, for reading. Great content coming up!

Yours in style,


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  • John B

    Loving the jacket and the tie. I just wish Reiss didn’t use so many wool/poly blends on their tailoring this year.

  • TO

    Love everything here esp. the jacket and the socks!
    Are these “Outfit Suggestion” features exclusively scoured from deals and options from different stores across the internet market?

  • http://www.dapperwardro.be Adam

    This is actually my favorite suggestion so far. Really makes me want to buy each and every one of these items, not like I could afford them, but still.

  • Tom

    Just wondering: Is this blog a primary source of income for the owner and the team?

  • gordon

    what program do you use to create these collages?

    • http://www.TSBmen.com/ Dan Trepanier

      Adobe Photoshop.

  • Frat Jackson

    NF. You need to get more pastels and frattier looks.

  • M

    Now, this is a versatile look!
    Each of these pieces can build a dozen different looks in your wardrobe.
    I always had a problem with denim shirts, though. They’re really warm, and when used as a base layer, you’re bound to sweat all over them. I guess most people won’t take the middle layer (sweatshirt) off during the day so it’s ok.

    • http://www.TSBmen.com/ Dan Trepanier

      Agreed about versatility.

      That’s a lightweight chambray shirt, not so much denim. I should update the language there…