Suits Style Advice
Its important to understand the difference between suit styles if you're going to up your swagger. Don't worry, the different types aren't too technical. Its good to know the details so you can pick the right suit for your body, style, and price range. Depending on where you are in the world, the fashion sense may be different. Here are the main types:
Essentials of men wearing suit
A: Large people should not wear light-colored, gird suit, it is better to wear monochrome darker suit which not wear wide and double-breasted suits.
B: Short small people were suitable to wear wide shoulder coat, which making the body shaped like the letter V, which makes the body significantly higher, supplely, brief dress also can increase in visual human height.
C: White people can be free to choose the colors of clothes.
D: Rough people should not wear material particularly fine clothes, which will show facial skin, is rougher.
E: Thin people should not wear a dark suit, it is best to wear light color or with a plaid suits, fabrics bar should select a narrow strip of fabric.
F: Black people should not wear a light-colored suit, suitable for wearing a darker suit.
Funeral- A specific style for when one needs to grieve a friend or family member.In many funerals, a navy blue or charcoal version is acceptable.For the shirt, go with a basic white. Make sure its collared and pressed. Avoid flashy accessories like cuff links. Choose a conservative dark tie, black or gray.Get matching black shoes and a belt. Make sure the shoes are cleaned and in good condition. They should also be comfortable, as there is a good chance you'll be walking and standing quite a bit during the various ceremonies.
Evening- Its good to know what types of evening wear you should wear to different events.While its nice to look good in the office, evening suits are really where it is at! Depending on the event though, its good to know what is called for.For most men in the US, an evening suit is the same as the one they wear to work. This is OK, but generally these are conservative and not as well placed for a club, dinner, or formal event.Another tricky thing for guys can be the evening wear to a more formal event, such as a ball or theater. What's expected can be hard to interpret sometimes. Here are some good basic tips:
Evening Formal: In the UK, this can mean VERY formal. I'm taking suits with tailcoats, white vests and tie, and gloves with a top hat. In the US, this can mean a tuxedo or a more formal suit with a tailcoat.
Evening Semi-Formal: Again, in the UK its still pretty formal, with a black jacket and pants, usually a tuxedo. The US can usually be OK with a nice black suit with some nicer accessories such as a scarf or cufflinks.
Evening Informal or (Casual): Again this can mean different things depending on the country. In the UK informal or casual on a night event invitation usually still means business suit. Its usually used for a cocktail party. In the US, informal or casual usually means more business casual, so a sport coat and collared shirt is OK with no tie. Sometimes its good to check with the host or other event goers.
Casual - Ideas on how to look good in a more relaxed setting.Casual suits, while meant to be worn in a relaxed environment.Most guys will say casual wear just means taking a regular suit and just not wearing the tie.You might think that pinstripes are a more relaxed or fun look. It can work, but for some reason I think it looks a little out of place without a tie. I think a basic solid suit is a better idea though.As far as a fabric, cotton or tweed can be seen as more leisurely. Navy blue and grey are known as conservative, "business" colors. Anything outside of that tends to be a little more casual in nature. A khaki or tan, or a nice brown can look nice.
Office - Tips on dressing for the office or business job.Before you start the job, though, you definitely want to check to see if suits are the norm at the office.Although for most professional jobs a suit should be worn as part of the interview, many offices are business casual.Still, in a lot of cases there's the idea of dressing for the position above you. A sharp looking suit can make people know you mean business!You'll see some charcoals and browns, along with pinstripes in certain places.Some places are OK with a little flash like pocket squares or suspenders.Go for basic white shirts in most cases although a light blue might be OK.
Summer - Suits good for when the temperature is high!While wool is a great option for cooler weather, in warmer weather it can be quite tough to wear.Its nice to have some less stuffy options and colors.You can try to go for a lighter weight wool as an option.A blend is also worth checking out, such a silk/wool combination.While in the winter it's a good bet to stick with darker navy and greys.