Stretch your style to the limits by discovering different ways you can wear one suit as we bring you the second instalment of our One Suit, Four Ways feature. Previously we focused on the Dion (read about it here), and this time we've chosen another bestseller, the Eton suit. Although it may strike you as a wedding style, the Eton can easily be adapted to suit almost every occasion on the calendar. After all, with its growing popularity you're going to want to stand out from the crowd, right? Allow us to demonstrate the power of the Eton suit...
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It's not time to stash away the knits just yet. If the 'Beast from the East' of this time last year is anything to go by, we advise keeping those jumpers in arms reach! That's where this look comes into play, the burgundy roll neck adding a relaxed and comfortable feel whilst not sacrificing the formality. You'll also be warm and cosy if the weather decides to take a turn!
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If you're not a waistcoat kind of person or want to go for something a little less proper, this option is the one for you. Intensify the hints of tan in the Eton by pairing with coordinating accessories and instead of going for the usual basic white shirt, opt for something with a bit more character like the Charlie shirt with tan buttons. A dandy look for the office.
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Tweed, pocket watch, bow tie... yep you guessed it, we're talking about the vintage look... one which we will always have a place for here at MD! The Eton suit is designed with a nod to the 1920s era so you're already 90% of the way there. Just simply add an antique looking pocket watch and complementary gold paisley bow tie and you've got the Traditional English Gent look down to a tee.
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The Eton suit is fairly bold as it is, however an injection colour won't harm anyone. The Paisley tie in wine does just the job, matching the inside lining and contrast pocket trims perfectly. This outfit will ensure you're looking on point for your next wedding invite but not to be ruled out for other social events.
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