If you have plans after work, you probably don’t have time to run home first, so you’re stuck in the same suit from 8 a.m. to midnight. But you don’t want to look like a junior analyst at the bar (even if you are one)—and you’re not fooling anyone by stuffing your tie in your pocket. So we transformed three of the most common suits in a man’s office wardrobe—navy, charcoal, and khaki—into three fresh going-out ensembles just by adding, or losing, a few small things.
In a world where guys wear flip-flops to work and can barely remember how to knot a necktie, it’s the perfectly put-together man who’s cooler than the rest. Here, ten steps to dressing like a gentleman, including: the art of the pocket square.