A connected world demands work that crosses borders. For the jet-setting professional, who finds himself in and out of town bringing business from one place to another, a relaxed wardrobe is necessary. Of course, that should never come at the expense of style and presentability: Keep a light-colored blazer in your arsenal so you always have the option to throw it on for a meeting, right out of the airport. Match it with other staple pieces in tonal colors, and keep prints and patterns in as handy options.
LEFT: Blade Hat, P990; Dry Stretch Jacket Set Up, P2990; Extra Fine Cotton Broadcloth Long Sleeve Shirt, P990; Slim Fit Chino Flat Front Pants, P1490 BELOW: Faux Suede Jacket, P2990; Broadcloth Printed Short Sleeve Shirt, P990; Slim Fit Chino Flat Front Pants, P1490; Dry Pique Striped Short Sleeve Polo Shirt, P990; Kando Dry Stretch Shorts, P1490
THIS CAN WORK, WITH OR WITHOUT THE HAT. BUT LET’S KEEP THE HAT.
WE TRY TO TAKE CUES FROM EACH OTHER, WHENEVER POSSIBLE. I’LL TELL HIM WHAT LOOKS CUTE AND WHAT DOESN’T—AND FOR THE MOST PART, I THINK HE APPRECIATES IT.