As a gentleman in the corporate world, it’s easy to fall into the trap of wearing the same old boring outfits every day. However, dressing well and standing out can go a long way in the business world. In this article, we will explore some not so boring corporate fashion ideas you can try yourself!
Green Suit Jacket
Great for the corporate setting. Wear preferably on Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Pair with brown shoes for a refined look. This green jacket suit allows you make a change to the usual “black” appearance that is associated with the corporate world.
Corduroy + Checkered Top
Checkered cashmere blazer, beige cardigan, brown corduroy trousers, light blue shirt, brown tie and suede loafers. A more than decent outfit for your corporate setting.
A twist on the classic suit look, featuring a checkered pattern made up of thin, vertical and horizontal lines that intersect to create a window-like effect. The pattern typically consists of larger squares, giving the suit a bold and striking appearance.
Paisley + Navy Suit
This outfit’s got a little bit of everything in it– a paisley pattern, orange accents for some added flair, and a navy blue dominant color that goes on just about any skin tone. A perfect fit for the office.
The All-Blue Accent
This all-blue accent outfit is great when you’re going for a chill and calm vibe. The motif pocket square completes the entire ensemble.
TurtleSweater + Black Pants
For a business-casual look, go for this killer look of a white turtleneck sweater, combined with black pants. It looks sharp, sexy, and still appropriate enough for a corporate setting. Pair them with your favorite watch to wrap things up!
Jacket & Pants
Still on the business-casual look, try on this brown jacket with black pants and white sneakers for the perfect balance between serious and casual!
Ah, the neck sweater, the perfect garment for the dapper corporate gentleman. It’s like a warm hug for your neck, keeping you cozy and stylish all at once.
A button-down Oxford shirt can be dressed up or down and looks great with a suit or blazer.
Striped Shirt + Black Suit
If you want to break way from the boring “white” and black suit appearance, wear a striped shirt for a difference. It’s a great way to make some changes to your dressing routine and it adds a bit of “casual” to your corporate look.
Poplin Shirt w/ Motif Print
Another great alternative to the boring corporate shirt style. Wear this with a black or navy blue tie and suit for a sexy appearance.
Herringbone + Brown Coat
Put this down as another win in the business-casual department. In the above, we have a brown double breasted overcoat with blue herringbone cotton shirt, dark navy jeans, brown loafers and transparent blue sunglasses.
The Charcoal suit is a great alternative to the navy blue suit that is swarming the corporate world. In this look above, we have a pairing of the charcoal suit with a light blue shirt and a medallion patterned tie on top.
Glen Plaid Suit
If you are looking for a suit that can elevate your style, you might want to consider a glen plaid suit. A glen plaid suit is a timeless and versatile choice that can suit any gentleman who appreciates quality and sophistication.
A glen plaid suit can be worn for various occasions, from formal meetings to casual outings. The key is to pair it with the right shirt, tie, shoes and accessories. For a business professional look, opt for a crisp white shirt and a solid or striped tie in a contrasting color. You can also add a pocket square or a lapel pin for some extra flair. 😎
A tweed suit is a classic and durable choice that can suit any gentleman who appreciates quality and craftsmanship. It is characterized by a rough-textured fabric made from woolen yarns, usually in earthy colors like brown, green, gray or blue. In the example look above, the shirt complementing the suit is a denim and it couldn’t look any better!
Tan Blazer w/ Black Pants
A tan blazer is a great option for the summer and looks great when paired with black shirts, black pants and black shoes.
If you’re looking for a jacket that can add some personality and flair to your outfit, you might want to consider a plaid blazer. For a formal look, opt for a combination of the plaid blazer, a white shirt, and also white (or black) pants. You can also add a white pocket square to to complement your look.
A wool blazer is a classic choice that looks great in any season. Paired with a white shirt and black pants, it looks great on just about anybody.
A suede blazer is characterized by a soft and smooth fabric made from the underside of animal skin, usually lamb, goat or calf. The fabric has a velvety feel and a natural grain that can come in various colors and finishes. It has a cozy and sophisticated appeal that embraces any complexion and body type.
A seersucker suit is made from lightweight cotton, which has usually has a puckered or crinkled appearance that creates air pockets between the fabric and the skin. The fabric usually has stripes or checks in various colors and sizes. It has a breezy and casual appeal that can make you stand out from the crowd. In my opinion, one of the best suit designs of all time!