In an era of designer hoodies and casual workplace attire, the classic men’s suit can feel increasingly out of place. Why wear a finely tailored jacket and trousers when a sweatshirt and jeans are an acceptable form of dress for first dates and meetings alike? But even though the traditional buttoned-up look might cause the younger generation to yawn, suiting has never fallen out of fashion. In fact, for the spring 2019 men’s collections, a handful of designers reconsidered the staid rules of tailoring and are proposing updated — and more inventive — ideas for wearing blazers and slacks. Here, a guide to wearing a suit this season, along with easy styling tips that make use of items you may already own.
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The runways abounded with bright hues and loud prints when it came to tailoring, from the candy-colored patterned suits at Thom Browne and Comme des Garçons Homme Plus to Raf Simons’s duchess satin blazers in jewel tones like magenta and chartreuse. (After all, summer is the right time for a livelier wardrobe.) A head-to-toe colorful ensemble might be too adventurous for some, but there are subtler ways to embrace the season’s ebullient mood.
For his spring men’s collection, Dries Van Noten used Technicolor prints by the Danish interior designer Verner Panton on a range of clashing shirts and jackets. Do it yourself by pairing a patterned cabana shirt with a crew-neck tie-dyed T-shirt in a complementary hue.
With its characteristic bold stripes, a rugby shirt is an effortless way to inject color into a suit. For spring, designers like Francesco Risso of Marni and Martine Rose offered riffs on the athletic staple — the former, a short-sleeve version with a boxy silhouette, and the latter, an oversize, partial-zip style that was worn under a blazer and with leopard-print pants.
A classic Glen plaid ensemble doesn’t have to scream “midcentury man about town.” Deconstructing the stuffy business look — as seen in the collections by Vetements, Versace and Paul Smith — will lend it a more rebellious spirit in time for summer.
Something as simple as wearing a suit jacket with a pair of baggy jeans or ’90s-esque denim shorts (as seen at Sandro) can take the formality down a notch. Even easier, untuck the shirt and let the hems hang low like the spring 2019 Margaret Howell man.
Paul Smith unexpectedly accessorized a classic gray suit with red patent-leather creepers. For a similar effect, consider a slightly more subdued but equally puckish option, such as a pair of block-soled Chelsea boots (like the above from Alexander McQueen), or move beyond footwear and try an extra-long belt with metal grommets.
At the Lanvin show, classic tailored pieces were layered with work-wear elements like fisherman vests and cargo-pocketed parkas. Lucie and Luke Meier of Jil Sander also made the case for a more outdoorsy approach to suiting with tailored silhouettes that combined high-neck collared shirts and heavy hiking boots.
With its weatherproof fabric, an anorak worn over a suit provides an extra layer of protection against summer showers. Also, the roomy pockets offer additional storage that can be used in lieu of carrying a bag.
Prada, Jil Sander and Lemaire showed heavier roll-neck knits with their tailoring looks, which might not be practical come July. Instead, try a lightweight mock turtleneck, which won’t feel as restrictive when used as a base layer under a loose shirt for those chillier summer evenings.
One needn’t relegate a black suit to the back of the closet when the temperature rises. At Dior Men, Kim Jones showed loose, pajama-like suits that artfully draped over otherwise bare-chested models, adding sensual ease to dark formal attire.
Summer naturally calls for barely there underpinnings. The suiting looks at Jacquemus and Alexander McQueen this season were worn with undershirt-like tops and vests, but any white T-shirt would suffice.
Transparent tops aren’t for the faint of heart (or most formal occasions), but can be suave, especially when accessorized with chain necklaces. The Scandinavian label Cmmn Swdn showed button-downs on its spring 2019 runway that could pass for any other classic striped shirt, except they were rendered in delicate see-through silk organza.
Models: Mo M’Bengue at Red Model Management, David Prost at Midland Agency, Finn Doering at Click Models and Michael Martin at DNA Models. Casting: Margeaux Elkrief. Grooming: Casey Gouveia at Art Department. Photo assistants: Justin Leveritt, Noah Delfiner and Jules Muir. Stylist’s assistant: Jameson Montgomery. Tailoring: Carol Ai.B:
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【汪】【云】【锦】【生】【性】【洒】【脱】，【又】【处】【事】【随】【意】，【对】【宫】【廷】【礼】【仪】【本】【就】【避】【之】【不】【及】。 【不】【管】【出】【于】【何】【种】【缘】【由】，【既】【然】【周】【皇】【后】【不】【愿】【摆】【弄】**【排】【场】，【她】【也】【懒】【得】【卑】【躬】【屈】【膝】，【当】【既】【就】【顺】【着】【台】【阶】【下】“【谨】【遵】【娘】【娘】【旨】【意】！” 【周】【皇】【后】【还】【以】【为】【传】【说】【中】【残】【暴】【粗】【野】【的】【汪】【云】【锦】【很】【嚣】【张】【傲】【慢】【呢】！【一】【听】【这】【话】【当】【即】【愉】【悦】【地】【笑】【了】【出】【来】，【看】【来】【传】【言】【威】【力】【果】【然】【厉】【害】，【她】【是】【真】【没】【看】【出】【来】【这】【孩】兰月亮心水论【西】【风】【落】【叶】，【百】【草】【枯】【黄】。 【太】【极】【山】【漫】【山】【遍】【野】【尽】【是】【一】【片】【金】【黄】，【武】【邑】【在】【前】【方】【开】【道】，【引】【领】【林】【琅】【穿】【过】【太】【极】【山】【的】【层】【层】【台】【阶】，【最】【终】【停】【在】【一】【间】【茅】【草】【屋】【附】【近】。 【不】【过】【武】【邑】【并】【没】【有】【进】【去】，【只】【是】【走】【到】【门】【前】，【轻】【敲】【了】【那】【破】【木】【门】【几】【下】，【道】：“【师】【祖】，【林】【宗】【主】【到】【了】。”【屋】【内】【传】【来】【几】【声】【窸】【窸】【窣】【窣】【的】【穿】【衣】【声】，【其】【间】【似】【乎】【还】【有】【仓】【促】【下】【重】【物】【摔】【在】【地】【板】【的】【撞】【击】【声】
【溪】【馨】【拿】【开】【他】【不】【安】【分】【游】【弋】【的】【大】【手】，【想】【要】【确】【定】【般】【的】【鼻】【头】【再】【次】【贴】【上】【他】【的】【胸】【口】，【那】【股】【味】【道】【更】【是】【浓】【郁】，【不】【悦】【染】【上】【了】【眉】【眼】。 【质】【问】【的】【语】【气】“【你】【去】【哪】【里】【了】？”【那】【香】【气】【是】【栀】【子】【花】【的】【味】【道】，【以】【前】【她】【最】【喜】【欢】【那】【种】【芳】【香】【扑】【鼻】，【清】【神】【怡】【人】，【可】【自】【从】【闻】【到】【了】【笔】【记】【上】【的】【熟】【悉】【的】【香】【味】，【莫】【名】【的】【有】【一】【种】【抵】【触】，【现】【在】【的】【她】，【对】【那】【种】【花】【及】【其】【厌】【恶】。 【邪】【夜】【澜】【久】
【云】【烨】【无】【法】，【只】【得】【接】【过】【刺】【棱】【放】【在】【地】【上】，【再】【回】【过】【头】【来】【时】，【只】【见】【黑】【色】【的】【泥】【淖】【上】【苏】【玫】【的】【眼】【睛】【都】【看】【不】【见】【了】，【只】【留】【下】【黑】【色】【的】【长】**【在】【泥】【面】【上】。 【云】【烨】【大】【惊】，【扑】【过】【去】，【抓】【住】【苏】【玫】【的】【长】【发】【将】【她】【从】【黑】【泥】【里】【拖】【了】【出】【来】。 【苏】【玫】【满】【脸】【是】【泥】，【头】【顶】【刺】【痛】！ 【云】【烨】【把】【她】【上】【半】【身】【拖】【出】【泥】【潭】，【苏】【玫】【立】【即】【把】【一】【只】【手】【伸】【给】【云】【烨】，【然】【后】【低】【低】【地】【说】【了】【一】【句】：“