How to get a suit that suits the style of the men in your life
Suits are the best.
So is a pair of suit pants.
So are the trousers.
And for the women, the best is a tie.
The suit is a symbol of your identity, says Paul Deneen, director of the Centre for Gender Studies at De Montfort University.
It tells you what you are, and where you came from, says Denein.
It can be a beacon of hope.
“It tells you who you are,” he says.
It’s a little bit like having a flag in your pocket, says Richard Branson, founder of Virgin.
He’s a great example of a rich man who had a tie and a suit, says Branson.
But he also had a great sense of style.
It was very American.
“The suits were a great way of showing how much wealth and status you had, and it also shows you where you come from,” he said.
The more a man has a tie, the more he wants to be recognised, says Kate Brown, associate professor of fashion at St. Andrews University.
And the more expensive the suit, the bigger the deal, she says.
The men’s suit is not as fashionable as the women’s.
For the men, the suit is like a badge of honour.
But it’s not as important as a tie or trousers, says Brown.
And it has a different purpose, she adds.
If you wear a suit because you’re going to a fancy dinner party, it’s probably a bad idea to wear a tie because you’ll look like you’ve been up all night in a hotel ballroom, says Dr Kate Brumby, associate chair of fashion psychology at the University of Exeter.
“You want to be wearing a suit.
But you also want to make sure it’s a really casual look that’s not going to make you look like a brash teenager.”
The suit has a lot to do with what kind of man you are.
The best men’s suits are tailored, so they look tailored, says John Peltier, professor of sport and leisure management at the Australian Institute of Sport.
And a man who wants to look fashionable and stylish, he says, is more likely to wear suits.
“A man who wears a suit is more confident.
He is more comfortable, he is more sophisticated.
And he will be seen as being more polished, and the suit will make him look more polished.”
The most expensive suits are not the ones that show off the most expensive of features, says Mr Pelty.
“What makes a suit a great suit is the way you tie it, the way your hands are moving, the shape of your trousers, the amount of pocket space, the style, the colour, and how you wear it,” he explains.
The suits that are most expensive are the ones with a lot of pockets.
“But you can also have pockets that are a little small,” says Pelt, referring to a man’s pockets.
But there are also pockets that have more space than they should, so it’s better to buy a suit with a bit more space.
“In terms of fit, it is important to look at how the pocket is being used,” says Mr Brown.
The pockets are important because they tell you where your wallet is, he adds.
They also tell you what type of shirt you should be wearing.
“If you look at the suit trousers and you have the pockets that fit the pockets, you have a suit for every occasion.
But if you have pockets on the suit that are not being used, then you have problems.”
It’s important to know the basics of what you’re wearing, says Priti Sharma, managing director of Pristine Couture.
“When you look for a suit to go with your trousers and tie, it comes down to knowing what your body type is,” she says, adding that men and women tend to have slightly different body shapes.
A suit should have a collar that’s flat, so your arm and shoulders are level, says Sharma.
The length of the collar should be the same as your arm, she explains.
And “the back should be flat,” so your arms and shoulders don’t overlap.
“Men tend to wear trousers that have longer sleeves, and they have longer shoulders, so the suit should be longer and be made of a different material.”
But there’s no reason why you should wear a dress suit when you can wear a blazer and a jacket, says Michael Chisholm, professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the London School of Economics.
“We all wear a lot more clothes than men, so if we’re not wearing a good suit, we are wearing an awful lot of clothes,” he tells RTE.
And even if you’re not looking like a dandy, you still need to know what to wear.
“I think the suit comes with its own