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Depending on the type of office you work in, a pocket square would add that unexpected pop you need.

Great except the gloves. If it's warm enough not to wear a jacket or coat why wear gloves. Looks stupid to me.

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Grey blazer w/ wide lapel, knitted tie

A very nice arrangement. Very dark, very textured. Not sure what's going on with the shirt beneath the tie (collar's fine; shirt looks somehow wrinkled) and I like the belt displayed beneath the hem of the waistcoat.

I love the argyle and plaid look! The herringbone blazer sets it all off too, but the scarf was a poor choice. Go with something solid if you'll be having so much pattern.

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Canary yellow tie, patterned pocket square, brooch and tie bar

I typically want a solid besides white to provide a visual anchor with so much pattern, but I must admit this look really works.