Break It Up

Vivienne Westwood Three Piece Suit's

One of the best ways to add new style to a wardrobe is to use clothing you already own.  One item you can get a lot of looks from is the suit. We see the suit worn everyday in corporate America from executives wearing a Brooks Brother’s suit to young interns dressing for success. The three piece suit is the best example of how a man can look his best because you can break the suit down, and use different parts of that suit to create a new look.

Celebrities in Three Piece Suits

Taking the vest and combining with jeans creates a chic look that can go from day to night.

Pharrell Williams creates a chic look wearing a vest paired with jeans.

You can take the pants and add a basic t-shirt or add a merino wool sweater with a collared shirt. With the jacket, you can pair it with jeans and mix up your look with a t-shirt, polo, or a collared shirt.

Kanye West looking stylish in a Cream Tuxedo Jacket and Jeans.

As you can see, there’s a whole world of style to explore when it comes mixing and matching the different elements of a suit.  And the more suits you have, the more options you have to create and updated  chic look for yourself.

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About Brian Jason Turner

Brian Jason Turner - Writer / Co-Founder "TheCuffLink" Brian always cared about his physical appearance. He learned early that you can’t remove the parts of your body you hate, but you can change your clothing. He’s always been creative and a lover of all things beautiful; whether it is an art class, photography, or writing. Working on TheCuffLink gives him a forum to do what he loves – and that is fashion journalism. His hope is that TheCuffLink becomes one of those written sources people seek when they want to be in the know about men’s fashion. Follow Brian on Twitter @BrianJTurner.

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