Holiday season is reaching its end and it’s time to come back to the office. So the eternal question appear as well: what to wear? That’s why today I’m pleased to share with you another inspiration what to wear to the office.
Deep centre of Warsaw, Mysia St., between a historical building, hosting during the communism times, one of the most awful institution: Supreme Office for the Control of Press, Publications and Performence and ultra modern VITKAC Shopping Mall was a perfect scene for this photo session to present you one of my interpretation of the office attire.
The base of the outfit is a classic, single-breasted in beautiful saphire color. The cut and look&feel (classic trousers, 2-buttons jacket, notch lapels) make this suit versatile and – of course – perfectly fitting the office attire.
I matched it with a light blue shirt, made of pinpoint cotton, with a cutaway collar and a silk regimental tie with blue and brown stripes.
Using a woolen handkerchief, introducing 2 more matching colors: turqoise and purple, I made the whole set a bit less classic and conservative.
Those colors fit perfeclty to both – brown and navy blue.
in order to do not make it too classic, I added to this outfit stunning half-brogues in a bueatiful cognac color. We shall remember that those shoes are decreasing the formality of the outfit, but it is still absolutely ok to wear it for th everydsy usage at work.
As mentioned, this outfit is versatile. It will work with somebody who’s wesring the suit times to times, but is also perfect for those who are used to wear it every day. It’s suitable for a normal day in the office and for the official meetings with the clients or partners. this outfit is a quintecence of my style: comfortable, classy and for many occasions.
And what do you wear in the office?
Pictures by Adrian Norbert Cuper.
For this session I worn:
Suit – Albione
Shirt – MTM Emmanuel Berg
Tie – Macy’s New York
Handkerchief – Macaroni Tomato
Shoes – Locke