Choose versatile styles that’ll set you up for work and adapt to any social calls to turn up well dressed too.
Moss - tailored fit navy black check suit


Words: C. Saramowicz

Often the uniform of more corporate settings, the suit is a smart, sharp and coordinated piece of apparel. Though an essential addition to any wardrobe, the suit is also frequently seen as an occasion-specific piece of apparel. With little changes here and there, however, you can make your suit go beyond work and weddings.

Moss - slim fit neutral jacket

Date night

You don’t have to stick to the rules when it comes to suiting – wearing the jacket and trousers as separates can instantly refresh your suit and give it a new feel. If you’re heading on a date, why not swap out your suit trousers for a pair of moleskin trousers and open up your Oxford for a more relaxed look. The contrasting colours are bold enough to draw just the right amount of attention to your top half, and perfectly hit the smart-but-relaxed note.

Moss - slim fit sage herringbone donegal suit

Dinner celebration

A nice dinner is a prime opportunity for dressing up. You don’t have to dive head-first into suit-and-tie mode though – sometimes adding a knit under a tailored fit is enough to soften the aesthetic but still look put together. Our sage herringbone suit comes in 3-piece so it’s great for formal events such as weddings with the addition of the waistcoat, but works just as well as a 2-piece with a casual base layer.

Moss - double faced vicuna coat

Weekday to weekend

Your weekday suit can moonlight as refined weekend-wear. All you need to do is add a light knit, like our merino mock neck, a pair of hiking boots and a rich-hued overcoat to top it all off. Playing around with your base and top layers is a great way to work your suit into your casual wardrobe and make it work for the weekend.