The Navy Suit
This wardrobe staple is timeless and so versatile. Navy is a neutral, easy to pair and works for almost all occasions. It’s a classic that’ll wear as well now as it will in five years. From dressed up to dressed down, see it styled three ways.
We paired the suit with a light blue shirt, a tie and black dress shoes. The blues are in the same color family and work well together. Also, by adding other neutrals, like black or gray, you won’t risk other elements of the outfit clashing. This all adds up to a traditional look you can wear on repeat.
Same suit, different day. Here, we have the same suit paired with a casual shirt and sweater. The structure of the zip-up and rust-colored shirt complement each other. Throw in a few final touches that ground one of the colors, like brown. This getup strikes a nice balance between polished and comfortable.
Even just half a suit can get the job done. This time, we’ve separated the jacket to wear with a plaid shirt, dark denim and tan boots. The navy wears nicely with the colors of the button-down and the boots lend a lighter accent to an otherwise dark outfit. This reads on the casual side but still looks put-together.
The Gray Suit
Less common but equally essential is the gray suit. It stands out in a sea of your typical blue and black examples. This option feels modern and sharp without breaking the mold. Below, are three ways to wear this understated piece.
This one is straightforward. The white shirt adds a nice highlight against the gray and complements the patterned tie. The stand out here is actually the brown leather shoes and belt, which really pop against a neutral. The result is a clean, polished and easy look.
Gray has great pairing potential with darker colors, too. The red and black plaid with leather boots take a backseat. Switching this up is a fresh take on the usual white shirt and dark suit pairing. This outfit is modern and sophisticated—perfect for dates, dinners and even the office.
Mix up your street style by subbing suit pants for denim. It adds a nice tailored element to a relaxed outfit without you looking overdressed. Worn with a jean jacket and white sneakers, this look is cool without being too “trendy.”
Now that we’ve helped you style suit separates for work, weekends, weddings and everything in between, are you ready to add these versatile items to your closet? Take your style quiz, order a Fix and ask your expert stylist for suit separates in the fits you prefer. Then sit back and relax while the options come to you. Keep what you like and send back the rest. It’s really that simple.