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The versatile suit you can fashion. ANYTIME. ANYWHERE.

Suits are traditionally associated with the office and incredibly high profile events, but whether you’re a hedge fund manager or a hairdresser one thing is a given regardless, a versatile, well cut suit is the easiest way to shape in. There used to be a time where dress code was extremely rigid and enforced but with time these stereotypes are breaking down and the suit is working harder than ever to retain itself as a workplace only outfit.

At GVS the suits allow you to get measured locally, type in your measurements online and create a fully custom bespoke suit inspired by images or patterns you may have seen in the past. These suits guarantee a high level of comfort whilst retaining a crease-resistant fabric after hours of wear.



Whether you need one for the office or whether you are running to catch the latest bar opening in town a suit will make suit all eyes are on you and in this article we are going to show you the exact suit you should get as your first bespoke suit.

One word. NAVY. It’s currently the most versatile colour and with little to no work you can combine navy with effortless amounts of clothing and accessories. Frankly the only colours we wouldn’t pair with navy would be green/olive and black, surprisingly everything else works!

To go the next mile you can add a plaid pattern or you can simply go for a double breasted option. Here is a quick look book on the navy suit and how to pull one off with style.



Pair your blazer with a NAVY t-shirt?

Pair your blazer with a NAVY t-shirt?

Why not work the whole old-school vibe with a 3-piece stripe suit

Why not work the whole old-school vibe with a 3-piece stripe suit

David Gandy works the larger old-fashioned tie with his navy suit

David Gandy works the larger old-fashioned tie with his navy suit

Eddie Redmayne helps us re-define "navy" with his midnight blue suit

Eddie Redmayne helps us re-define “navy” with his midnight blue suit

Wear it simply with a shirt a tie

Wear it simply with a shirt a tie