Buttoning the suit coat

Adequate colours for belt and shoes are black and maroon, although since the 1980s a range of shades of dark browns have started to gain approval. Light browns such as chocolate should be set aside for use with company casual wear. The belt and shoes must be proper to one another, at the very least in colour class if not almost accurately in shade. The belt buckle must be silver or else gold.

New metallic stuff worn with the suit should match with the belt buckle. Where watches are concerned: the more reserved the time, the thinner the watch. The pocket watch must also match the other metal stuff in size as well as colour. Leather soled shoes are customary and conventionally have a more "dressy" form. Some company also make dress shoes with wooden soles.