When you think of your fall wardrobe and corduroy, a suit may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But it’s time to make the corduroy a priority this fall and learn how to wear a corduroy suit to your best advantage . This brown corde du roi (meaning “cord of the King”) is tailored in a soft-shouldered, double-breasted jacket with a timeless pleated trouser and merino wool turtleneck. It’s an unexpected look of panache. Finish the look with a pocket square and a brown double monk strap for a next-level luxury casual look.
Here’s how to wear a corduroy suit six sophisticated ways:
How to Wear a Brown Corduroy Suit for Business Casual
How to Wear a Brown Corduroy Suit for a Business Casual Lunch
How to Wear a Gray Corduroy Suit for Business Travel
How to Wear a Gray Corduroy Suit for a Business Casual Dinner
How to Wear a Dark Olive Green Corduroy Suit for a Holiday Party
How to Wear a Dark Green Corduroy Suit for a Date Night
Advantages – The soft, comfortable feel of cotton. The many alternatives you have with knits, sweaters and accessories to create great looks for business casual, office casual, date nights, holiday dinners with family and friends, etc.
Disadvantages – The corduroy suit is a seasonal suit.
Alternative – A 100% cotton moleskin fabric. If you choose to have a corduroy suit custom made (made-to-measure), it will give you style options like three open patch pockets on the jacket, suede elbow patches, leather or nice casual contrasting horn buttons.
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