A well-cut three-piece suit bestows gravitas the moment you toss it on. And a light, soft (not scratchy) flannel wool like this Burberry – hand-finished in Italy and interlined with natural horsehair canvas – lends itself easily to bold ties and shirts. Its versatile gray color also means you can break it up and wear the jacket, pants, and vest separately.
Sheridan suit, $2,195, Halesbury shirt, $295, and silk tie, $150, all by Burberry London; Column Wheel Chronograph by Longines, $3,300.
Credit: Photograph by Jeff Ridel
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