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Basics Of Mens Suits
Most men purchase a suit for one day events. And huge populations of them borrow
it. A suit should at the least consist of a jacket and a trouser. There are humpty variations in
style, design, cloth and cut in the market. A suit is often reserved to be worn for an occasion,
business or for formal gatherings. A three piece suits adds a waistcoat. Here are the basics of
Suit Construction: Tailoring a mens suit is an intricate affair. Only a master
who has perfected the craft over years of experience can get the job done perfectly. Tailors from
England, Hong Kong, New York and Italy are regarded are the best in the industry. Suits are made up
of several layers. These include underlining, lining and a fashion fabric outside. Hand-sewn
garments fits most perfectly than the machine made ones. They are obviously the most expensive. If
you are a young chap in the business, go in for a store-brand suit. They are best for daily wear.
You should plan for a handmade suit when you reach a managerial cadre.
Suit Types: There are four types of suits. They are Italian Single-breasted,
British Single-breasted, American double-breasted and Asian Mandarin suits. Taller men prefer
Italian suits. Younger men go in for American suit for its trendy look. British suits give stately
appearance. Asian suits are edgy. For a conservative look wear a British or American suit. Also
look for a notched collar, two-buttoned and navy or black suit for the conservative look. Italian
suits are strictly for taller me. Choose the one that goes for the occasion. For a festive event
try a light color suit with one button. For weddings wear dove-gray suits that are trendy.
Suit Fabrics: There are suits made from all possible fabrics. They price range
differs according to the fabric that it is made of. Cheapest suit would be made from polyester and
would cost up to $7. But it is not appropriate clothing for hotter climate. And the fit will not be
any good. Microfiber and polyester give a cheap look, so avoid them. The costliest suit would
anywhere cost above $27,000. Guanashina is one of the expensive fabrics that are made into suits.
The fabric costs $6,000 per yard.
Suit Fit: Ready-made mens suits dont usually fit you perfectly as you think.
They normally require a stitch or two like, lengthening or shortening the sleeves etc. Pants too
require the right hemming. Narrow pants can take up a slightly higher hem. Also specify the length
of shirt cuff you would like to show. A normal measure is of an inch. For shorter or trendier suits
show less of your shirt cuffs. Fit changes over time like jeans.
Buttoning and Wear: The basic rule while buttoning your suit and vest is to
leave the bottom button undone. A jacket should be buttoned when standing. Another important rule
is that you should not fill up the outside pockets in your jacket. Use the inside pockets
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