How to Pull Off the Holiday Suit
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Game of Thrones’ final season may be delayed, but winter is coming nonetheless. And with it, a deluge of holiday party invitations. Time to dress for the occasion. Yeah, yeah, we see you eye-rolling (not really, but it’s probably best to stick some tape over your webcam anyway). The thought of seasonally-appropriate threads might bring to mind goofy holiday sweaters or inordinately-festive socks, but we’re not here to talk to you about that. In winter, there’s no better style flex than defying harsh climes by leaning into the formal attire. Tiger of Sweden’s here with some au courant holiday looks of varying merry vibes.
The Family Dinner
Just because it’s a fam jam doesn’t mean you can’t dress to the nines. A suit is a nice gesture when gathering with loved ones — a sign that you care about these people (no matter how insane they drive you). Opt for something classic, like Tiger of Sweden’s 1903 Suit, inspired by one of the brand’s original suit models from over half a century ago. The updated look is slightly roomier than the slim fit cut which long defined the brand, with wide peak lapels adding strength to the blazer. Available in both single and double-breasted versions, it’s traditional enough to get a nod of approval from gramps, but slender and modern enough to make your big brother feel like schlub.
The Office Holiday Party
A festive soiree is the ideal time to loosen your tie and let your workmates know how you really feel. But don’t go full party animal — you will still go back to looking over spreadsheets with these people in about a week. Aim to maintain some professionalism, especially in your outfit. Tiger of Sweden’s 2018 Suit — with its slim cut, sharp shoulders, and narrow waist and lapels — is smart enough to impress your colleagues, but contemporary-cool enough that you won’t come across as a stodgy old Scrooge. And if you’ve been packing on the winter weight, worry not — Tiger customers can get their suits tailored with made-to-order alternatives, allowing each fit to be customized to your style and body type.