The characteristics of British style are natural, elegant, implicit and noble. In the British style, the most common design element is SCOTTISH PLAID. With the continuous development of fashion stage, the forms and techniques used are more and more rich, no longer limited to Scottish plaid, but all kinds of plaid patterns are always one of the essential fashion elements of British style. British style originated from the Victorian period, and the image of British gentlemen has always been a suit, so in the British style, the blazer is also one of the essential collocations. Plaid suit, no matter suit or single item, plaid is very popular in British style.
Small suit or overcoat with calf jeans, or smoke pipe pants, and trousers are all very British. British style pays attention to natural elegance, so you don’t have to choose shirt, sweater or T-shirt to wear inside. The plaid element itself belongs to a more versatile piece, so the grey Plaid suit is also a very good choice. Black, dark coffee, and even white are excellent collocations. One of the characteristics of British style is implicit, so the best choice in color selection is the dark tone solid color piece.