Suits are having a major comeback these days! You can see them almost everywhere on the streets – and nowadays combined in different styles. I’d guess the classical pantsuit was never really out of fashion. It’s still the fav piece for a business meeting, an office day and a simply professional look. Suits for men may have been always a good idea – but since 1970 for women as well. These days they are quite big in fashion and plenty of cool ways to wear them in an authentic cool style!
My amazing Tom Ford suit, which I got from his first woman collection in 2011 is still in fashion and I am very happy that I never gave it away! I kept this beautiful piece and you see it’s still perfectly wearable! The 70s inspired pantsuit with high-waist wide legged pants and a broad shoulder blazer is one of the cuts you’ll see in different collections. Thank god, the animal print is also sill en vogue! You can layer many different pieces underneath that blazer and style it in different ways. On my pictures I wear my suit in combination with a pink silk top from Jadicted to make the whole look a bit more fun, edgy and stylish. As a sexy outfit for evening events, you can just button your suit and wear nothing else underneath.
When it comes to shoes nothing beats high heels with a pantsuit, like my shiny red pointed heels from Gianvito Rossi. If you are more into flats, I’d suggest to make the suit look more feminine with small details like chains, a flashy top or red lips.
I think every woman should have a pantsuit as one of the base outfits in her closet. In general, it’s the perfect piece for every season and so very versatile with an elegant and flawless look. But always remember some things before you buy a suit: First of all, it should be made of a great fabric. A quality texture makes a massive difference so you can keep the classic piece for a long time. It also has to have a perfect fit and simply suit you, whether you are going for a slim cut, pajamas style or wide leg pants. Otherwise you will end up looking more disguised than chic. And last but not least wear it with the right attitude 😉
So what do you think? Do suits suit you as well?