Proof that the Canadian tuxedo can, in fact, be stylish.
Sometimes a shock of colour is all you need.
Loads of complicated parts here, but the cherry on top is really the shaggy scarf. Just one flamboyant detail can elevate a look.
Remember that thing about a single flamboyant detail? Exactly.
Something as rugged as a waxed Belstaff jacket looks immediately more dressed up when worn closed, and with fine tailored trousers.
This is a neat way to style print-on-print. Notice how the bag and sunglasses pick up on the blue in the jacket, which all contrast nicely against the cool green.
Classic menswear with a twist. The tailored trousers tucked combat boot-style into the shoes are a nice subversion, as is the easy textured jacket (matched to the turtleneck no less) worn over the suit.
Traffic cone orange is hard to nail, but if you’re going to try it, it’s best to commit fully, from the clothes to the accessories.
When all else fails, the unchanging certainty of Savile Row elegance prevails.
On paper, pulling together a newspaper cap look with *more* old school staples is a bad idea. In practice, it teleports the look to 2020.