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How to Choose a Suit

Every man is different; his shape, size and height make him unique. There will be an occasion or more where he is required to be presented in a formal setting; this is where a good suit comes in. A lot can be said of a man by looking at the suit he wears.

You may get a suit off-the-rack or customize it to fit you to the ‘T’. It is rare to get an off-the-peg suit to fit you perfectly without any alterations. This is the reason for the existence of special tailoring professionals who tailor made the suit for you.

Types of Suits

There are usually two types of suits but with many styles and variations. You can consider the 2-piece or 3-piece suit. A 2-piece suit comes with a jacket and pants while the 3-piece suit adds on a waistcoat. Most businessmen wear 2-piece suits while the 3-piece suits are reserved for more formal occasions.

The myriad of garments used for making a suit allows the many styles and designs that make the wearer unique and outstanding. Quality garments can come from premium quality fabrics that are sourced from renowned fabric manufacturers in Europe.

The varied tailoring styles plus the plentiful distinctive features that you can have on a suit makes every suit unique.

Features of the Suit

The jacket can be single or double breasted; Asian is also available. Many men prefer the slim or classic fit for their suit. You can consider a short, medium or long lapel which can come in standard or peak style.

There can be chest pockets and front pockets with flaps for a sense of elegant casual. The back style of the suit can be ventless, centered or side.

The suit pants can be varied and stylish according to the fit and types of pleats you put on. Most men prefer side pockets for storing some personal and small belongings for their convenience.

The fabric for the suit is of great importance; you can consider wool, corduroy, cotton, linen, polyester, velvet or tweed. The number of thread count determines the comfort for the wearer with the texture making a distinction on the wearer and the occasion. The color tone of the suit identifies the occasion and brings out the character of the wearer. Most suits come in blue, brown, grey, black or light colors as the preferred tones.

Three piece suits have the extra waistcoat to give the wearer a most distinguished look; the small piece of waistcoat offers more warmth during the cold winters. It can sport a straight, diagonal or rounded finishing.

The best suit for an individual must fit his height, weight and body measurement exactly that allows the wearer to feel most comfortable and confident standing out from the crowd.

At Simon Row we believe that every one of us is special and different from one another, and so should our clothing. All our mens suits garments are hand-made using only premium quality fabrics from famous manufacturers in England and Italy and paying meticulous attention to every detail in our tailor made suits.For a tailor-made suit that fits you perfectly, please visit the Simon Row website below


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