If blue ever goes out of style, good taste will follow. Blue is thus the quintessential color emblematic of good taste in your fall/winter wardrobe.
A blue mens wool flannel suit is one of the cornerstones of a man’s fall/winter business wardrobe, whether he be a newly employed graduate or a more sophisticated businessman. There is no substitute for a custom (made-to-measure) blue flannel suit to take him through both his business day and evening social events.
Styling – The most important added dimension of a suit’s natural shoulder style is its shape. Two-button suits with natural shoulders take on a more sophisticated look. But some men still suggest more specific alterations, including contours, defined waist suppressions, front darts, deep side vents, wider lapels and straight or slanted flap pockets.
Flat front pants also compliment these types of suits. They’re moderately tapered with either belt loops or side adjusters, and they can be worn with or without cuffs.
The following images will guide you to the finer points in furnishings and the means to achieve a sophisticated look in a blue flannel suit.
Here are Four Sophisticated Ways to Wear the Blue Mens Wool Flannel Suit:
How to Wear the Blue Flannel Suit for Everyday Business
How to Wear the Blue Flannel Suit for a Sales Call
How to Wear a Blue Flannel Suit for a Business Lunch
How to Wear a Blue Flannel Suit for a Board Meeting
Advantages – Dark navy, steel blue and light blue flannel suits all have their advantages. The steel blue color, however, moves away from the dark navy (if only for a season) while sustaining that smart and sophisticated look required for business. The light blue flannel is also a nice departure when incorporated with a vest.
Disadvantages – It’s a seasonal suit.
Alternatives – Vests are an extremely smart option, especially when made with a matching cloth back. The updated, shaped double-breasted coat is a timeless look, too. The dark navy or the light blue shown below could be alternative colors.
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