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40+ Ways to Set the Suit Free

Hits: 15

Ruffled Shirt
No one captures the fantasy of playing dress-up quite like Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson—just look at that sea-anemone bib ($3,900)!

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Leopard Creepers
The shoes that shod the punk movement and rock revolution are still made in Northamptonshire, England, by George Cox—and they still look killer with a black suit ($290).

40 Ways to Set the Suit Free

Pearl Earring
NYC-based jeweler Santangelo’s freshwater-pearl drop earrings are the best argument for a lobe piercing since Michael Jordan’s gold hoop ($105 for single earring).

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Silk Pocket Square
The pocket square isn’t dead. In fact, since you last checked, brands like Paul Smith have only been making them doper ($75).

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Abstract Tie
Real tailored-clothing aficionados know the best Anglo-Italian look is crafted in Japan, where Camoshita has perfected the sack suit and casual silk tie ($180).

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House Slippers
For Bode’s footwear debut, Emily Adams Bode designed a slipper that’s sturdy enough to be worn with a pajama set or a street-level suiting set ($815).

40 Ways to Set the Suit Free

Repp-Striped Kilt
Swap out your suit pants for Thom Browne’s resplendent knee-length pleated kilt, which has found fans in style mavericks like Lil Uzi Vert ($1,980).

A version of this story originally appears in the September 2020 issue, with the title “40+ Ways to Set the Suit Free”.

Photographs by Ryan Lowry
Styled by Mobolaji Dawodu
Grooming by Melissa Dezarate for Kevin Murphy at The Wall Group
Tailoring by Ksenia Golub
Still-life photographs by Martin Brown
Prop styling by Stella Rey at Mark Edward Inc.

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