There are lots of things I'm stepping up to this year and sorting out a more grown-up look is one of them. I'm a mid-30s professional still dressing too often like a mid-20s student. A new job in the autumn is a good time to push ahead with my wardrobe change, which has been getting better slowly for a couple of years or so. The big day looms, though: I'm getting married in a few months. Advice please! It's not a formal wedding, but I want to look very smart. I'm new--be gentle--I've been thinking a bit Daniel Craig as James Bond. Here's the plan and what I've already got... Navy suit, two button (Nick Hart for Aquascutum in London sale: half price) White shirt (I really splashed out here: Turnbull & Asser, made for me!) Silver tie. Is this an awful idea? I think dark silver, very plain, but I've not seen one yet. Shoes: I think I dislike black shoes and I don't own any good ones. Is dark brown okay? Belt: I have only a cheap jeans belt, but thought the suit looked good without a belt anyway. I think I might dislike belts too. Socks: I used to have the most awful cartoon socks and now I wear only black ones. Is this sounding bad with navy suit and maybe brown shoes? Should those be navy socks? Chip in and help if you can! Thanks.