Change up your wardrobe for the new season with colourful spring suits. What’s the difference you ask? These suits are bolder, brighter and more lightweight than the suits you would’ve worn in the winter. Suits are just like any category of clothes and should be interchanged according to the weather and seasons. It helps to keep you cool or warm, and helps keep your suits from getting worn out. Here are some of our favourite spring suits.
Outfit details: Without Prejudice – Kilburn 3-Piece Birdseye Suit $1195, Hardy Amies – Solid Oxford Shirt $155, Van Gils – Polka Dot Tie $65, Troubadour – Portfolio Case $595
We are sure that in the wintertime, you wore a lot of navy and charcoal suits. This blue suit is a great way to transition to a lighter wardrobe. Not only is it a great solid coloured suit, it’s a three piece. That’s right, the vest comes with it. This extra piece really makes the entire look very dapper. With a solid suit, it means you can go for a bolder tie that isn’t necessarily in the same colour family so you get a pop of colour. This is a good suit for business.
Outfit details: Without Prejudice – Kilburn Shadow Plaid Check Suit $895, Sand – Tone-On-Tone Mini Dot Print Shirt $195, Ted Baker – Tie $95, Gentlemen of the North – Wooden Tie Clip $30, Doro – Lapel Pin $19
The colour on this suit is perfect for spring. It’s also great for those who want to experiment with colour and step outside their comfort zone. The purple relatively neutral and not too bright. This makes it easier to pair with bolder accessories like the floral tie and pocket square. To ground the prints, go for a solid shirt. As always, stay within the colour family when wearing a printed suit so your outfit is cohesive.
Outfit details: Without Prejudice – Kilburn Birdseye Suit $895, Without Prejudice – Floral Print Shirt $245, Strellson – Tie $98, A Christensen – Pocketsquare $45
Blue is definitely the colour of the season when it comes to spring suits. Solid suits are a great basic and foundation because it can be styled in different ways. If you were going to a more formal business meeting or event, it can be worn with a solid coloured shirt and more business patterned tie. If it’s a more social occasion, it can be paired with a patterned shirt (which we did here) and a tie with some character. Don’t be afraid of incorporating personality into your outfit and making it your own.
Outfit details: Gotstyle Italia – Windowpane Check Slim Suit $795, Oscar Of Sweden – Solid Wrinkle Free Shirt $225, Jin Qun – Silk Puff $35
This charcoal suit with a check pattern is a very clean business look. With a crisp white shirt and monochromatic tie, you’ll ace your next business meeting. The suit can also be more playful when worn with patterns and bolder colours. Try colours like blue, burgundy or even florals. Remember when mixing prints, make sure one is smaller than the other.