5 Ways x Gucci classic suit

The Five Ways team demonstrates the best way to style the classic Gucci suit for any occasion

Style 20 Dec 2018

Stretch wool Monaco suit (seen throughout), £1,830; turtleneck jumper, £700; belt, £325
Polo shirt, £380; sunglasses, £255; Ace leather sneakers, £405
Coat, £2,650; shirt, £280; tie, £145; bag, £1,440; Jordaan leather loafer, £540
Cardigan, £730; shirt, £490; scarf, £405; GG2570 41mm watch, £650
Shirt, £280; tie, £145; brogues, £630

As we have increasing freedom to wear what we wish, more than ever donning a suit is an active choice rather than a uniform requirement. Gucci understands this, and with years of experience making beautiful, elegant tailoring, it now has six different  silhouettes to choose from in a host of high-quality fabrics.

Many styles are what we might describe as classics, though being Gucci there are often design details here such as subtle patterns in the cloth or more playful linings inside jackets. And the cut certainly has that indefinable Italian flair.

With a huge range of knits, shirts, ties, bags, shoes and more with which to dress the look up or down, this famous, constantly innovative label is bringing the traditional suit well and truly into contemporary times.


All available from Gucci, 18 Sloane Street, London, SW1X 9NE, 020 7235 6707, gucci.com