Mens Style – Three Piece Thinking

Nothing
makes you feel more “boss” than a charcoal, herringbone three-piece suit. The
extra layer of fabric from the waistcoat also keeps you warmer during the winter months, a real bonus for frosty Canberra mornings.
 
A
waistcoat is more useful than you might think. It helps streamline your waist to
present a cleaner and leaner look to the silhouette. It also adds a nice
flavour when you take your jacket off when you’re at your desk or on the dance
floor. Next time you get measured up for a suit, I highly recommend adding a
waistcoat to the mix!

 
This
pair of shoes is one of my favourites. A pair of dark brown shoes will go with
almost anything. I ordered this as an MTO (Made to Order) from Meermin in Spain
– and they are absolutely phenomenal. The straps and details on the toes are
subtle, but beautiful. I find myself staring at them a lot. They were hand
welted too, which means they are re-soleable for many, many years to come. It’s
incredible the impression a pair of shoes can make. I always keep a pair of
shoes polished and spotless.

Outfit Details:
Three
piece suit: made to measure by Tony Fashion House (Bangkok)
Shirt:
bespoke by
Bawden Bespoke
Pocket
Square by David Jones
Aviator
sunglasses by Ray Ban
Tie
by Armani
Shoes:
MTO by
Meermin

 
Written and styled by Albert Soesastro
Photographed by Happy Schnapper

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