Master Debonair Style Tips: Three Ways to Wear a Suit

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three ways to wear the jd4

One of our best-selling suits, the Marc Darcy JD4, is so versatile that it can be worn in loads of different ways. Whether you dress it up or dress it down, this three-piece suit can be experimented with to create a variety of elegant, sophisticated and even casual styles. We like to see the JD4 as a solid investment as you can wear it time and time again, and no one will ever think you’re outfit-repeating…

To get you started with how to work the JD4 a little differently, we list three tips on how you can style it:



The traditional way

Although we enjoy experimenting with the different styles you can make with the JD4, we do also believe that it is perfect just the way it is. Wearing it as a two-piece or a three-piece, the JD4 is a classic, smart suit that can be worn for all formal-occasions. Pair it with bold accessories such as a bright or patterned tie and some brown brogues to match the suede trim lining on the pockets.



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dress it down

Pair the JD4 with a loose-fit white t-shirt, white trainers and a baseball cap to create a contrasting look that is suitable for a more relaxed occasion. Perfect to wear for daytime drinks or going to lunch, this outfit is the definition of smart-casual.



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spring/summer workwear

Combine a polo-shirt and crew neck sweater with the JD4 pants to create a relaxed outfit that could be suitable for the office in the warmer months. For a cooler, more breathable way to wear the JD4, turn the pants up at the hem and slip on a pair of loafers.



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These are just three of the inventive ways you can work the JD4 suit - take our tips to create a statement or get creative and make your own look. We’d love to see how you style your JD4! - Post your look on Instagram using #MasterDebonairJD4

watch this short video to see the three looks in action