If you thought Rafael Nadal’s defeat of Roger Federer in the Australian Open was a sign that Federer is losing his touch, think again. The Swiss tennis player isn’t quitting just yet. “I will play as long as my body will permit it,” he said recently. “As long as I am in good shape and form, I won’t stop.” To be honest, I sometimes forget that Federer is a sportsman anyway. Due to my work with cream flannel sports coat embroidered with his own gold logo (conceited, much?) or a white check coat with jeans, Federer looks equally good in casual wear as he does in a plush tuxedo. The white coat he wore at Wimbledon in 2006 (he wore it to every match) became an iconic look for the young star and set the seal on his fashion-conscious persona. Before you start making jokes about the “men in white coats” coming to take me away, hear me out: Federer doesn’t always get it right but he does deserve credit for putting the spotlight on unusual men’s styles during one of Britain’s most important cultural events. If you’re interested in purchasing an ivory suit in deference to Federer’s signature look, click on “Get the Look” now. Perfect for a wedding, playing tennis or socializing casually with friends this spring.