A blue vertical striped blazer and a burgundy pocket square are a laid-back combination that every trendsetting gent should have in his casual collection. For something more on the classier side to complement this look, complement your ensemble with a pair of tobacco leather loafers.
If you put functionality above all else, make a beige overcoat and a burgundy pocket square your outfit choice. You know how to smarten up this ensemble: dark brown suede tassel loafers.
A grey check double breasted blazer and a burgundy pocket square are amazing menswear essentials to add to your daily repertoire. Clueless about how to finish off this ensemble? Wear a pair of burgundy leather tassel loafers to class it up.
A black wool blazer and a burgundy pocket square are among the key items in any man's great off-duty collection. Get a little creative when it comes to shoes and complete this look with dark brown leather brogues.
If you feel more confident wearing something functional, you'll love this urban combination of a navy blazer and a burgundy pocket square. Rounding off with a pair of tobacco leather brogues is a guaranteed way to inject an added touch of elegance into your look.
Combining a white corduroy double breasted blazer with a burgundy pocket square is a safe and very fashionable bet.
A black blazer looks so cool when matched with a burgundy pocket square in an off-duty getup. Complement this getup with a pair of black leather derby shoes for a hint of elegance.
Go for a simple but casual and cool option putting together a grey herringbone wool blazer and a burgundy pocket square.
This pairing of a navy gilet and a burgundy pocket square is very easy to put together and so comfortable to rock over the course of the day as well! Feeling adventerous? Elevate your look by finishing off with a pair of black leather double monks.
A navy three piece suit and a burgundy pocket square worn together are a match made in heaven for guys who prefer casual ensembles. Go off the beaten track and change up your ensemble with black leather oxford shoes.
You'll be amazed at how easy it is for any man to throw together this casual look. Just a grey suit and a burgundy pocket square.
A pink three piece suit and a burgundy pocket square are the kind of a never-failing casual ensemble that you so desperately need when you have no time.
Wear a tan suit with a burgundy pocket square for a fuss-free look that's also well-executed. A pair of burgundy leather derby shoes immediately ups the classy factor of your ensemble.
For an off-duty look, team a pink blazer with a burgundy pocket square — these items fit really cool together. Amp up the classiness of your getup a bit by finishing off with dark brown leather tassel loafers.
When the setting allows off-duty style, rock a tan check blazer with a burgundy pocket square. If you want to easily lift up your getup with a pair of shoes, why not add brown leather monks?
For an on-trend getup without the need to sacrifice on comfort, we like this combo of a grey three piece suit and a burgundy pocket square.
Consider pairing a grey herringbone blazer with a burgundy pocket square if you're after a look option for when you want to look casually dapper.
Teaming a charcoal plaid overcoat with a burgundy pocket square is a wonderful option for a casual yet seriously stylish outfit. If you want to easily up the style ante of your look with a pair of shoes, why not complete this outfit with a pair of burgundy leather tassel loafers?