How to style your suit
The velvet suit
1 Velvet is your new goto fabric for evening dressing. There are so many versions available that you can mix and match trousers and jackets to find your perfect shape. 2 Opt for a sheer blouse and a flash of skin to break up the look, and avoid tipping into the Gothic realm.
The floral suit
1 The secret to this suit is in the styling: a bold blouse, over-the-top jewellery and stand-out shoes. Bonus: if you get bored of being bold, dress the suit down with a simple T-shirt or sweater. 2 Opt for a statement shoe. At Gucci, the models wore socks with theirs, but we’ll leave that up to you.
The power suit
1 Caramel is the colour for autumn and winter, so opt for a suit in this shade to breathe new life into the classic. Keep the cut simple and let the colour do the talking. 2Add
a simple cream V-neck, a high-collared shirt and sneakers, and you’re chic to go.
The checked suit
1 Stick to a mannish, relaxed shape for a modern take on the Prince of Wales check suit. Look for a longer length jacket that hits below your hips. 2For
a playful effect, wear it with a bag in a clashing print, such as a leopard clutch.