Combining a beige blazer with a burgundy tie is an on-point pick for a dapper and polished look. Go ahead and complete this ensemble with brown leather double monks for a more relaxed spin.
Pair a navy double breasted blazer with a burgundy tie if you're going for a proper, trendy getup. A great pair of black leather derby shoes is an effortless way to infuse a hint of stylish casualness into your ensemble.
This combination of a dark green overcoat and a burgundy tie is perfect for dressier settings. Our favorite of a myriad of ways to finish this look is with a pair of dark green leather brogue boots.
To look like a real dandy, wear a navy overcoat with a burgundy tie. To add a laid-back touch to this ensemble, complement this ensemble with burgundy leather double monks.
Opt for a charcoal plaid suit and a burgundy tie to ooze elegance and refinement. Bump up the fashion factor of this look by finishing with a pair of brown leather derby shoes.
Combining a charcoal vertical striped suit and a burgundy tie will cement your sartorial chops. Finishing off with black leather oxford shoes is a fail-safe way to infuse a more relaxed twist into your ensemble.
For a look that's nothing less than envy-worthy, rock a charcoal three piece suit with a burgundy tie. Add brown leather oxford shoes to the mix to make the look current.
A dark purple wool three piece suit and a burgundy tie are indispensable sartorial weapons in any man's sartorial collection. For times when this outfit appears too dressy, play it down by finishing off with burgundy leather oxford shoes.