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When it comes to desire for Le Smoking-hot staple, it’s a slow and steady burn. George Michael said it best, “Sometimes the clothes do not make the man.” From the house that introduced the cobalt suit in 1966, such gender bending comes as no surprise to fashion. This sleek masculine attire, became an evening standard thanks in part to men and women on the LCM street style scene, who rocked the styles while attending the catwalk shows. This is a feat rarely seen in fashion. The secret to its success, as made evident by many in the industry: Anything guys can wear, girls can wear better.

 Our clothes give us the opportunity to create an optical illusion. Fitted items will always enhance you. When sporting a fitted suit, make sure it’s memorable. The cobalt suit is versatile, it can be dressed up or down. Ladies and Gents, here are four ways you can create show-stopping looks with the cobalt suit.


 Match Point: Elegance is always in style, whether you are attending a high profile event or simply becoming suited. A loose hem, tapered fit, is always quilted with dominance. Sharp and match, believe it or not matching isn’t as overrated as one may think. No matter the season matching your brightly coloured suit with simple accessories can really make people look twice. A white crisp suit shirt is so sharp it can cut you like a knife! When worn with a loose tie, this screams gentlemen appeal. Try colour blocking with orange tones to spin your look with a modern edge. The best way to showcase your suit is by letting the dominant colour have the spotlight. 

From actor Jamie Dornan, who always gets it right by drawing the sleek attention on him, pictured at the GQ awards. You to can create this red carpet style by choosing quality over quantity. It isn’t just about dressing right; you have to exude this timeless attitude that will take your style to another level.

 Suit Yourself: From three piece-suited dandies to a modern take complete with loose trousers, the cobalt suit was on well-tailored display throughout the collections for fall. The bazaar street style portrayed this Essex interaction that played out quite nicely. A button up cool and collected white blouse has a bold refreshing taste of elegance. When tucked in with matching accessories, this style has upped your fashion a game! 

The Velvet Effect: Prada did it this year, so did Dolce and Gabana but no one can take the fashion cake then going truly velvet. When being completely divine nothing says, I am a rock star then a velvet cobalt suit! Robin Thicke has the smoothest voice in the world. Besides r&b rhyme his style is no different. Open or shut a blanc shirt is completely sexy with a cocky stride that captures our regal senses! This style can go with a matching tie or simply without for a more effortless capture, you simply can’t go wrong with this classic look. 

Camera Ready: Just walking down the street a cobalt suit when worn with black can really show you mean style business. Take Rachel Zoe, she is not only a stylist/designer to the stars, she knows how to be two steps ahead of the fashion game, especially when it comes to fashion week. Wearing a tapered trouser and unique accessory highlights a strong appearance. This 70s inspired ensemble is a fashion winner in our books. 

A cool blue tux with contrasting lapels and a blazer, pairing the suit separates with a white top, navy clutch, and classic black pumps, can make your royal appearance very iconic. Subtle texture, nice pops of colour with slim and functional accessories speak volumes. If you ever wanted to express yourself, it would be through your shirt, your shoes, or your sport jacket. It is a sentiment of the cobalt suit, echoed by the most stylish at heart. 

Photography Pinterest Men's Style


Match Point

Match Point

Match Point

Suit Yourself

Suit Yourself

The Velvet Effect

The Velvet Effect

Camera Ready

Camera Ready

Camera Ready

Camera Ready

Cobalt Suit

Cobalt Suit

Cobalt Suit


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