Just as spring is a seasonal transition period, graduation is a transition period from adolescence to adulthood. It is a good idea to listen to our proposals. It is not rocket science to look 'cool' in the prom; you can get through elegantly out of the colony with the right suit, shirt and shoes. However, it would be useful to keep in mind that wearing sneakers or T-shirts will not make you 'different'. The subject is fitting on your body, choosing the right colour, to get a complete look with the right accessories. The tips of this are below…
If you are tired of black suits with black shoes and white shirts, but you still have a dress code for your prom, you can use your colour choice aside from blue or dark blue. To personalize your look - which is at the beginning of the 'cool' stance - you can choose your accessories from burgundy ones.
If you have strict rules for dressing black, we recommend you to choose your suit and go with the models that show you the best fit and choose your accessories from the patterned ones. In this way, you can both guarantee your eligibility and get rid of monotony.
Let's come to the ‘’Coolest’’… White suits. Yes, you heard right. You can choose white as the base colour of your combination which is the ideal colour for your prom. In this case, you should choose your complementary shirt from a few shades of dark colour, and accessories such as ties and shoes in black or navy blue.
For graduates who want to get a more free look, our recommendation is to create their own suits. While the main part of your combination is a patterned jacket designed with tailoring mastery, you can get an impressive look with grey trousers and stylish black shoes.
For events that will leave a mark on your memories, such as a prom, all you have to do is create a timeless style with impressive pieces. In order for graduation to look 'cool' in your prom, you should move it in such a way that you do not break down the rules of the dress code but expand your boundaries by giving them your own interpretation. Anyone can imagine wearing a sneaker under a suit; you should be the one who will make this combination and personalize it with a fun tie-in pin or scissor-like necktie or a thin shawl that you will lightly shine from the side of your jacket.