Want confident, fresh, affordable looks that come readymade? Ideas for your next business trip or night out? You've come to the right place.
With so many men's clothing styles, colors, patterns, textures, and accessories to mix and match, let our expert stylists guide you toward curated looks for any style need. Check out these clothing combos and find inspiration from the gurus who know our apparel inside and out. Whatever you end up with, you can be sure it features premium materials and modern designs.
Whether you need the right socks and tie for your best shirt or your next go-to workwear, or you're starting from scratch for date night, we offer multiple ways to approach your next outfit.
Getting a full look to play well together can be daunting, especially if you're pursuing a bold color or print. That's why we have tons of men's clothing combinations to help you present your best self in the workplace and beyond. Head from the office to drinks in a grey gingham dress shirt and burgundy dotted tie (our take on the "power tie" look). Spruce up your Sunday brunch in a light-blue linen button-down, khaki chinos, and chocolate-brown dress socks. These are just a couple of concepts you'll find above to set you on the path toward next-level style.
There are endless ways to mix, and exceptions to every rule, but ultimately, if you feel comfortable and confident in your clothes, you're already most of the way there. Let us help you get the rest of the way.
Men's Clothing Styles
There are several basic tips to help ensure a cohesive look. One great way is to incorporate something in your outfit – like a bow tie, pocket square, or socks – that has color accents that match or fall in the same tonal family as your shirt. Likewise, limit or vary your patterns, and if you want to mix similar patterns, make sure to have contrast in their style and scale – such as a bar stripe tie (thick, diagonal stripes) over a pencil pinstripe shirt (thin, vertical stripes).
Tie and Shirt Combos
Determining the right tie and shirt combos (or bow tie and shirt combos) is often the perfect starting point. If these two key elements are on point, the rest tends to fall into place. For tie-less occasions, or with polos, we'll often look for a pair of socks with some character – they're a great tie alternative when you want to add some flavor.
Dress Clothes Combinations
Putting together dress clothes combinations can feel limiting, but they don't need to be stuffy. Set yourself apart at a job interview with a bold pattern tie and colorful oxford shirt over your dress pants. Strap on some suspenders that match your tie to celebrate a formal wedding with panache. Meanwhile, a casual summer wedding begs for a carefree look; so, liven the party in combos like a lightweight chambray dress shirt and our Liberty Thorpe floral-print tie.