All you need to know on mens suits

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Mens suits- all you need to know

Men's suits  are one of the most important formal basic wear in any man’s wardrobe. Every man should have at least one suit. There will always be times when we need to be formally attired, like attending a formal occasion or a job interview where we cannot do without a proper suit. Suits project the man’s confidence and power in business, as well as stylish masculinity during formal situations. Therefore, choosing the right suit for your wardrobe is important.

There is a choice of either having your suits tailored or getting it off-rack. Tailored suits are individualized and customized specifically to fit each man's different body frame. All this comes with a higher price attached. So it is important to know the basics in the making of a suit to make it look best on you. Off-rack suits, on the other hand, are readily available and possibly designed with the latest trend in mind. However, they might not to fit you as perfectly, since they are produced based on the frame of an average man. Mass-produced off-rack suits usually cannot match in quality against individualized tailored suits. As such, off-rack suits are usually not priced as highly compared to a tailored suit. we at  Italiano Casa Di Moda supply Italian tailored suit quality at off-rack prices.

 

There are several main types of suits:

Single-breasted suits- This is the basic style of most suits. The front buttons on the suits are in a single straight row. There is a choice of two or three buttons for single breasted men's suits.

Double-breasted suits- The suit jacket has one of its fronts overlap the other with two sets of buttons. This is often seen as a more formal suit worn by older men.

Sports Jackets and Blazers- These jackets are more for a “dress casual” look. They can be worn with jeans or casual pants. Usually sports jackets are made of Herringbone or worsted Tweed fabrics which have more informal fabrics and patterns. Blazers are derived from sport jackets and have a more informal cut and design than suit jackets. Traditionally, most blazers are navy blue single-breasted jackets.

 

Having good knowledge on the basics of the makings of a suit will help you in making a better choice of your purchase for both tailored and off-rack suits.

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