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Whether you're an everyday suit man or an occasional suit wearer, getting the suit right is the secret to looking sharp. Men's suit trousers are a key piece of this timeless attire, but there is certainly more to it than just throwing on a great pair.

Sophisticated men's suit trousers

A fine suit begins with the basics, and for that we start with men's suit trousers. Not only will you exude confidence in a great suit, but a well-chosen classic will give you a look of timeless, simple elegance. Make a statement by keeping your base basic, with streamlined dark trousers in grey, navy or black. Make sure they fit to perfection - flat front trousers are in keeping with simplicity, keep them slim cut, just touching the tops of your business shoes for a lengthening, clean look. You can't go wrong with a crisp white shirt, but keep up the simple style with understated accessories, such as a plain skinny tie and a simple pocket square. A gold tie bar will show you've got style but know how to express it with elegance.

Statement men's suit trousers

Once you've nailed the classic understated suit, it might be time to move towards something more eye catching. Corduroys, tweeds and flannels are perfect fabrics for statement men's suit trousers. Go for cuffed versions to keep the lines clean and the trousers hanging correctly. Wear yours with an overcoat and a scarf in the winter for a dapper look. If the weather is warm, lightweight suits in spring/summer colours are a favourite with the fashion crowd. Pick light cotton men's suit trousers in pale shades of blue and green. If you want something that stands out, burgundy is an unusual shade that still has the dark classic look, but go for checks if you really want to get noticed. Keep the jacket plain to tone the print down, or go for all out matching with a coordinated suit jacket. Keep your shirt and tie simple to retain the overall elegance.

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