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As much as we commend Pitti for its sartorial bravura, it does spawn some looks that should never really have seen the light of day : Exhibit A: a man in a hot pink and purple windowpane check suit. Nope. Never OK. Even if he does looks deliriously happy about it all. Exhibit B: Fabio-meets-menswear blogger. Obviously unhappy with his objectively good looks, the usually on-point seeks to undo all his God-given beauty by wearing one of the most misguided menswear looks we saw at the event. Exhibit C: LOL. Exhibit D: This look made us question whether our photographer was actually shooting Pitti style or surveying Florentine garden ornaments. Exhibit E: If you look closely at this image, it might kind of remind you of Cyclops crossed with Superman. Which is literally the only good thing about a guy wearing a tablecloth as a cape. Exhibit F: Dont sleep on the pyjamas trendSimone Marchetti.

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Classic Doesnt Have To Mean Colourless

Somewhere in the annals of menswear its written that punchy colours cant be considered classic. But, then again, we also thought the world was flat at one point, so its fair to say that sometimes historians get it very, very wrong. At Pitti 89, classic suiting and colour werent so much mutually exclusive as entwined in a kind of stylish symbiosis. In fact, the trade show was awash with chalk blue, lime green, coral and other not-so-wallflowery hues that have, like a designer with an attitude problem or an especially hungry model, a reputation for being difficult. The trick is, for the colours at least, to a) be sparing, as above, and b) reference a colour wheel as well as the mirror before stepping out. Clashing is all very well but steer it complementary rather than car crash.

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How To Wear Asos Design Pork Pie Hat In Camel With Diamond Crown

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This casual pairing of a brown overcoat and an ASOS DESIGN Pork Pie Hat In Camel With Diamond Crown is simple, dapper and super easy to imitate. Got bored with this look? Invite brown leather tassel loafers to switch things up.

A brown plaid blazer and a brown wool hat paired together are a match made in heaven. If you need to instantly perk up this look with one piece, introduce a pair of dark purple leather derby shoes to the equation.

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This ensemble with a brown harrington jacket and a brown wool hat isn’t super hard to create and is easy to adapt. Finish off with a pair of white leather low top sneakers to transform this ensemble.

This casual pairing of a brown wool three piece suit and an ASOS DESIGN Pork Pie Hat In Camel With Diamond Crown is a safe option when you need to look good but have no extra time to dress up. Feel uninspired with this look? Introduce a pair of burgundy leather tassel loafers to change things up a bit.

Lessons We Learned At Pitti Uomo 89

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Ah Pitti. One of the worlds scant remaining safe havens for the dandy. While the death knell sounded loud for double-breasted tweed tailoring and elaborate moustaches in London at the start of the month, Pitti Uomo sees some of #menswears original markers alive and well in Florence. Which makes for a nice change for those of us still not sold on spending every waking hour in a glorified tracksuit. That said, it wasnt all impeccable tailoring with a twist: we spotted our fair share of heinous style crimes to go with the triumphs. Here are the styles to heed, and the ones to hoof, from menswears most important trade show.

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Get Noticed With Your Coat

Your first line of defence against winters dark arts, a coat is a cold-weather non-negotiable. But making your choice on utility alone can lead to a winter coat that sorely lacks the panache of the rest of your wardrobe. Look to Pittis trailblazers instead, some of whom blew the competition right out of the water with their bold outerwear. There were three main strains this season: bright colours, fur collars and look-twice patterns. The first came in cobalt blue, forest green and the shade of a fine Chianti, generally worn as a counterpoint to the rest of the look. The fur-collar styles, on the other hand, relied on core menswear cuts and colours , with the collars fabrication framed as the main flourish. Finally, patterned styles, although slightly thinner on the ground, were present in large checks or patchwork both sure-fire ways of injecting some welcome sprezzaturra to proceedings. So, take your pick. Just give the shoulder robing a miss not only is it completely impractical, your overcoat wont be up to much lying in a soiled heap once an assailing commuter takes it out.

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The Hat Makes The Man

Like deadlifting 1RMs and tolerance for tequila shots, comparing your hat game to another mans is an easy way of establishing whos superior. And this seasons Pitti attendees, true to form, gave us a masterclass in how its done. There was the odd baker boy, beanie and even heavyweight snapback in view, but formal brimmed hats from fedoras to pork pies to trilbies were the Italian OGs go-tos. And while eye-popping colour was a theme across this seasons suiting, accessories generally steered low-key. Which means no Prince-level showy fabrications or blinding brights. Also worth noting is that hats generally look cooler when paired with some killer shades. So get your eyewear inline before getting busy up top.

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Checked Tailoring Is Still A Thing

If there are two things Pitti types rate, its tailoring and gutsy statements. Put them together and youve got something they go pretty much pazzo for. Checked tailoring whether plaids, windowpanes or Prince of Wales was front and centre at this seasons Pitti. And if theres one thing to take away from the way they wore it, its getting your dosage right. Bolder checks are great, but don them head-to-toe and you run the risk of failing rather than flexing.

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