Style Manual

The modern man’s guide to dressing well every day

Wimbledon, the races, Henley, Summer is full of opportunities to get together with friends and watch some sport. And if you do, why not make the most of it? Look smart, feel cool. Definitely tougher than it sounds. So, we got together with a few sporting stars from ISC (International Sports Consulting) at Polo in the Park 2017 to show you how to keep up appearances at this season's sporting occasions.

Smart Summer suits

Lighten up in a blue suit like fitness star, Shaun Stafford. He wears our light blue slub suit with shirt, tie and sunglasses.

Or you could lose the tie and go for an open collar. Gloucester Rugby team mates Joe Batley and Gareth Delve both choose a navy suit finished with a formal shirt. You could keep it classic in white or add a bit of colour with a pink shirt. Don't forget to add a finishing touch such as a belt.

From left to right: Freddie Burns, Shaun Stafford, Gareth Delve, Joe Batley, Elliot Stooke, Tom Varndell

From left to right: Freddie Burns, Shaun Stafford, Gareth Delve, Joe Batley, Elliot Stooke, Tom Varndell

Casually smart blazer + chinos

The cornerstone of every man's wardrobe, the lightweight blazer really comes into play at these fun events. Not only does it make you look instantly smart but the blazer is super versatile. As in it works with chinos, jeans and smart chino shorts.

Bath Rugby and England International, Freddie Burns, goes for a classic stone chino, pink shirt and navy blazer combo, while team mate Elliot Stooke teams a grey blazer with chinos.

Bristol Rugby player, Tom Varndell, looks the business in a navy blazer with natural chinos.

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