Working in the fast-paced world of digital, you need a look that’s fresh—and as part of this team you can experiment with color. Garment-dyed chinos work well with a navy braided belt. A dress shirt and tie offer patterned detail, while your tweed sport coat and silk pocket square provide a contrast
in textures.


Dress codes have evolved over time, but one thing is certain—you’ll need a suit to play this role. A double-breasted one shows that you mean business, as do suspenders and a leather briefcase. And don’t forget a crisp non-iron dress shirt to help get you out the door quickly for morning meetings.


Your profession calls for clean, simple lines. A turtleneck beneath a corduroy sport coat is refined even without a tie, and these plaid dress trousers have a subtle pattern. Your leather accents—loafers, a matching belt and a notebook in shades of brown—pull it all together.


Meeting new clients requires a good first impression. Set the tone with this navy two-button 1818 suit, but use a colorful patterned tie to add detail. As an elegant alternative to traditional lace-ups, consider these Peal & Co.® Medallion captoes. And for the jet lag that comes with crossing time zones, a pair of Ray-Ban® Wayfarer Sunglasses (and a cup of coffee) will go a long way.