Apr 15, 2015

Suit Up, Dress Down

Style blogger Anthony Urbano keeps his lightweight spring suit playful with light colors and a printed shirt.

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Now that spring has finally sprung you’ve probably already started transitioning into lighter clothing like tees and white denim. But what about your suiting? While heavy tweeds and wools work well for fall and winter, spring time suiting calls for lightweight fabrics like seersucker, cotton, and linen. This year I’ve updated my seasonal suiting for spring with a cool oxford cotton gray suit. To keep it casual, I paired my suit with a graphic tee for a look that’s more “rooftop cocktails” than “business meeting.” You can even dress your spring suit down some more by wearing it as separates. Pair the jacket with denim and a tee, or sport the pants with a polo or lightweight crewneck sweater to get even more wear out of your suit. No matter how you wear it, a seasonal suit should definitely be on your spring must-have list.

Wearing:

EXPRESS Jacket // EXPRESS Pants

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tagged suits, spring 2015, shoes, sneakers, prints