Recent seasons have expanded the suit palette with primary and even pastel tailoring. But there’s a reason why most tailoring is conservative: the more it deviates from the navy and grey norm, the less versatile and always-appropriate it is, and the greater its potential to be a wardrobe white elephant.

If you’re branching out, then start with dark shades of forest or olive green, or burgundy. Brown is also relatively low-key but still swervy, while camel is impactful without being too tricky. Keep it to just a jacket, mind.

As your suit (or jacket) is a statement, it’s a good idea to keep your shirt and tie muted: plain white and a dark, block colour, say. Accessorising with lighter or darker tones of your suit’s hue can also work well – but maybe not if it’s millennial pink.