Spending less means expressing yourself more...
“If all you have is a black suit, you’re good for weddings, funerals, and nightclubs,” cautions Cano. And suits aren’t just for work anymore either (these days most people don’t wear them to work, period), they can be more an expression of style. Point being, if you spend smartly, you can use a variety of suits to express your many… moods. Here’s Cano’s ascending levels of unconventionality:
Basic Colors: workplace grays/blues/tans, for looking sharp without making too many waves
Pinstripes: well, you’re making a few waves now, aren’t you?
Checks & Plaids: you’re pushing boundaries, but you’re not blowing boundaries up
Tartan: you’re wearing a kilt as a suit, and it’s awesome
Colorblocking: you’re a male runway model; also, you’re wearing sneakers