How to wear Brioni Plaid Two Piece Suit Charcoal
A Brioni charcoal plaid suit and a dark brown waistcoat are among the basic elements of any versatile wardrobe. For a modern hi-low mix, throw dark brown leather double monks in the mix.
This ensemble shows that it pays to invest in such elegant menswear items as a charcoal plaid suit and a white dress shirt. Complement your outfit with a pair of dark purple leather derby shoes and ta-da: the look is complete.
For dapper style with a twist, you can go for a charcoal plaid suit and a navy vertical striped blazer. You can take a sleeker approach with shoes and add dark brown leather oxford shoes to this look.
For an effortlessly sleek getup, try teaming a Brioni charcoal plaid suit with a black turtleneck — these pieces fit perfectly well together. Want to play it down on the shoe front? Add a pair of black leather casual boots to the equation for the day.
Combining a charcoal plaid suit and a blue dress shirt is a surefire way to inject your wardrobe with some masculine sophistication. This outfit is completed wonderfully with a pair of black leather oxford shoes.
Indisputable proof that a Brioni charcoal plaid suit and a navy dress shirt look amazing when you pair them together in a polished ensemble for a modern gent. A pair of black leather chelsea boots will give a carefree feel to your outfit.
For an outfit that's worthy of a modern fashion-forward gent and effortlessly classy, dress in a Brioni charcoal plaid suit and a charcoal long sleeve t-shirt. Send an otherwise mostly classic look down a less formal path by finishing with a pair of black suede low top sneakers.
This pairing of a Brioni Plaid Two Piece Suit Charcoal and a red dress shirt embodies manly refinement. Want to play it down when it comes to footwear? Add white canvas low top sneakers to the equation for the day.
This combination of a Brioni charcoal plaid suit and a grey cable sweater is on the line between formal and off-duty. Show off your classy side by rounding off with a pair of black leather monks.