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Suiting up doesn’t always have to be black and white. Heading into the warmer months and with Spring Racing Carnival just around the corner, now is the perfect time to refresh your suit wear with bold colours, unconventional footwear and quirky accessories.
Injecting colour into your work wardrobe may seem daunting however, this navy offering from Peter Jackson is equal parts sleek and smart. Pair it back with grey tones for a professional look that makes a statement.
Peter Jackson is located on Level 1
For the man who isn’t afraid to add a pop of personality to his outfit, look no further than DÉCLIC. From funky socks, striking pocket squares and quirky ties, DÉCLIC boasts a vibrant and colourful range that will ensure you stand out from the crowd.
DÉCLIC is located on Level 1
Cool-toned base and pops of berry
If you don’t want to stray too far from traditional monochromes, this charcoal grey suit from MJ Bale is a wardrobe addition that will never go out of style. Elevate your look further and finish it off with a rich burgundy tie that will take you from the desk to the bar in no time.
M.J. Bale is located on Level 1
For the man who is always on the move, sneakers are a must-have. The good news is that pairing them with your suits is now considered more a fashion forward statement than a faux pas. This sportswear-inspired look from POLITIX takes the meaning of casual-cool to another level.
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