Monday, 5 October 2015

Simple but significant 

   Suit - H&M   Shirt - Calvin Klein   Shoes - Base London Chief Derby Shoes   Watch - Emporio Armani Ceramica

Class is more than the clothes you wear, don't get me wrong your clothes help you feel a certain way, but most importantly it is the way you carry yourself.

I picked this classic suit combination to attend a friends wedding last weekend. I find the key to a classy suit is simplicity. There is nothing more attractive than a clean cut black and white tailored suit. As I've commented previously H&M have a great range of suits which have a great textures and cuts. I opted to pair this suit with similarly simple shoes. These were recently purchased from Asos, and compliment the outfit as a whole by adding a touch of elegance. 

However no matter which suit you wear, the most attractive feature is confidence. Confidence transforms any outfit instantly. There is no need to be flashy and bulshy, but carrying yourself in a strong manner makes all the difference. 

So my top tips to pulling of that classic elegant suit hanging in your wardrobe:
1. Clean - Every part needs to be pristine, in particular the shirt and shoes. You may think no will notice your shoes but they do, shoes bring the outfit together.
2. Grooming - its not just your suit that should be clean, you should be too.
3.Classic colours - No overly loud patterns and mix and match jacket and trousers. They make look the same shade of black but trust me there will be a difference! Always buy them in pairs.
And 4. the all important confidence. 


~ Rowan Row ~


  1. This is my favourite look, very smart and you make it look interesting not boring! Mwah Dawn.

  2. This is the place for a beautiful wedding. The ceremony was held in the dining hall, which commands a breath-taking view of the city. I only wish I appreciated Seattle Wedding venues more when I was there. Oh well. You live and learn.

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