04/20/15

Canali Suiting

Today I’m bringing you two suited looks, for different occasions. The first, more formal look, is perfect for your Mon-Fri work place. It’s a simple and classic look that works great in the office while still maintaining an excellent fit. Canali is known for its suiting, but what isn’t known are the refreshing new cuts and palettes of their pieces designed by Andrea Pompilio.

My first look represents that classic Canali we all know and love–impeccable suiting with a grey and blue palette made to perfection. When you have a well-tailored suit, you don’t need loud prints or heavy ties. I love that Canali is still family owned and invested in its heritage– right down to their retired master tailors who still insist on stitching the bastings.

My second look definitely portrays the younger, fresher look envisioned by Mr. Pompilio. The large cuffs give a sweet modern take that are sure to turn heads. The deconstructed style is by far one of my favorites and always fits like a glove. Linen reigns King during Spring/Summer, so I can’t wait to style these pieces as separates for upcoming events. This look is sophisticated, cool, and stylish all at the same time. I paired it with neutral brown accessories and a navy scoop neck tee for more on an off duty vibe.

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5 Responses to Canali Suiting

  1. great post pal. Love the stripped suit, classic linen fabric for summer

  2. Great post!
    Love both looks!
    The stripped suit is super fun and perfect for spring!

    Xxo
    Jessi Malay
    http://www.mywhitet.com/

    • admin

      Thank you so much!! The stripes are definitely fun, and tone down the whole ‘suited’ look!

      Thanks so much for writing, and supporting!

      Cheers,
      Team TSE

  3. DJ

    My goodness, suit like that with functional buttons..unbelievable!

    http://www.tailormade-style.com

  4. Akief Sheriff

    The fit of the suit is perfect. But, I wanted to know why you decided to go with a black Monk strap shoes on a navy suit?