Pairing the right tie with your suit is one of the most basic aspects of menswear. It can also be the best part of getting dressed in the morning. However, I have not worn a tie all week and as a result it made getting dressed for work that much easier.
Since there was no tie to coordinate with this suit, I decided to incorporate a silk paisley pocket square and use it as a statement piece. By keeping the outfit simple, the pocket square easily grabs attention and enhanced the overall look.
These are a pair of shoes from my thrift store shoe collection, and they have been holding up quite well. A quick shoe shine was all it needed to look like they cost more than $6.
Suit by Bill Blass (thrift), Shirt by Stafford, Pocket Square by Vintage, Shoes by Father & Son (thrift)
As always, thanks for reading!
The Dapper Advisor