Nothing screams sophistication and class like a well-dressed man. We took a look inside the closet of one impeccably groomed Sugar Daddy who created a list of essentials for every businessman’s wardrobe.
A pocket square is the quintessential accessory for a well-dressed man. Easily paired with a solid tie, a silk (or linen) pocket square will immediately spruce up a generic suit while adding a dash of sophistication. Tip: A square fold is appropriate for a professional setting, while a puff fold is suitable for a casual occasion.
While traditionally intended for a casual setting, loafers have evolved into a versatile shoe that can be worn at both the office and for a leisurely activity. While never acceptable for a black-tie affair, you can pretty much sport penny loafers for any other occasion making this item a staple in any man’s wardrobe.
Shoes affect your entire outfit so make sure you’re always pairing the appropriate footwear when coordinating a look. This guide comes in handy when learning how to harmonize your garb with your shoes.
Another revered detail for a polished look includes the tie bar. Designed to keep everything in place, this tiny but impactful accessory should be fastened between the third and fourth buttons of your shirt. Placement of the tie bar is crucial; lower placement is considered classic, while a slightly higher placement creates a slimming effect. Clip too high or too low, and the whole look is off (not to mention, you’ll look like a newbie).
All men know it’s a cardinal sin to sport a tie bar that extends the entire width of your tie, so stick to a clip that is about ¾ the width of your tie.
It’s all in the details! First appearing in France in the 16th century, this signature accessory screams high-class and sophistication. With many, many style options, links are a perfect way to personalize your look. Though subtle elements of an ensemble, there are a few rules all men must follow when embellishing their sleeves. Most notably, given the formal implications of cufflinks, neckwear is required and must only be worn when paired with a suit jacket.
By creating the illusion of broader shoulders and a slimmer midsection, the sports coat is one of the most flattering items for the male physique. Intended for a more casual situation, pair with darker, fitted jeans.
This item is classic. No matter your personal preference, there’s a style of leather jacket to fit any man’s tastes. Keep in mind black isn’t your only option. As long as you get the cut and color of your jacket right, feel free to experiment with different tones such as tan or gray. For an effortlessly cool getup, wear over a white tee shirt and jeans.