WHEN AND WHERE CAN I TRY TO PULL OFF THE SUITS-AND-SNEAK­ERS LOOK?

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The suit-and-sneak­ers combo can work, as long as you limit wear­ing them to: 1. Out­door wed­dings: The for­mal­ity of a suit is needed at a wed­ding cer­e­mony, but if it’s held at an out­door venue, the added twist of a pair of sneak­ers becomes more ac­cept­able and is also quite prac­ti­cal, ob­vi­ously. 2. Reg­u­lar day at the of­fice: Of course, this de­pends en­tirely on your work­place’s dress codes; but non-traditional com­bi­na­tions like these are becoming in­creas­ingly com­mon. 3. For­mal event: If there’s some lee­way in the dress code, keep the suit and change your dress shoes for sneak­ers. Be­sides, not ev­ery­one will be wear­ing all-out for­mal­wear any­way, right? 4. Fash­ion week: When you’re cov­er­ing or cov­er­ing fash­ion events, that would be the per­fect oc­ca­sion to rock this look. And fi­nally, when in doubt, al­ways to choose “ap­pro­pri­ate” over “stylish.”

Suit by Sa­coor broth­ers, shoes by Pe­dro

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