Icon of the Month: 7 of our Favourite Tinie Tempah Suits

Tinie Tempah is the world’s most stylish rapper. There’s no doubt about it.

He has long been establishing himself as a sartorial icon amongst the fashion heavyweights, having been named GQ’s Best Dressed Man in 2012. Nowadays, you are just as likely to find him on the front row at London Collections: Men, as you are behind a microphone.

Known for his unconventional style, he continues to inspire with his unique take on tailoring. Whether it’s a cropped trouser, a bright cloth or a great combination of textures, Tinie knows exactly how to put together striking tailored looks without going to the extreme.

King & Allen’s Favourite Tinie Tempah Suits

Tempah looks red-carpet ready in this fabulous velvet dinner jacket. Paired with velvet loafers, it should be total overkill, but it actually works extremely well.

This suit is striking in vibrant blue mohair. The cut is simple and streamlined, if rather cropped on the trouser (not for everyone!) Tinie kept the accessories simple with a crisp white shirt, his signature bowtie and shiny black loafers.

Simplicity is elegance, as demonstrated by this excellent grey-blue 2 piece, with a 2 button jacket and notch lapel. This is a style that will look good on just about anyone. As usual, Tinie Tempah has opted for a cropped trousers, however, this would look look great with a classic trouser for work.

Spot those velvet loafers again! This time, Tinie’s worn them with a (slightly tight!) high-shine jacket with a tonal geometric texture in the cloth, alongside a matching waistcoat and charcoal herringbone trousers. He’s kept the look cohesive by maintaining a neutral colour palette throughout, even down to his tie.

Not for the faint of heart, Tinie Tempah sports the relaxed tailoring look again with a summery orange 2 piece. He, thankfully, tones it down with a white t-shirt and pale grey trainers, resulting in a youthful look that is true to his laid-back style.

Tempah’s on the red carpet again, rocking his favourite bow tie and loafers. He’s chosen an classic look, with a beautiful cream dinner jacket, cutaway at the front, with sweeping shawl lapels. This is worn with a matching waistcoat and charcoal trousers, which, we feel, are a much better length on him.

The king of relaxed tailoring, Tinie Tempah looks great in this flannel melange 2 piece. The casual feel extends through to his white t-shirt and trainers. What should be a major faux-pas ends up looking surprisingly fresh.

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