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The Perfect Fit: Looking Good in Your Suit

Finding a suit that looks just right for the look your shooting for and the occasion you’re attending can be tough sometimes. It is more of an art form and it’s going to be a little different for everyone, but there is a bit of science to it if you know what to expect.

Professional Tailor

The importance of getting a suit professionally fitted can’t be emphasized enough. Sure you can get by with a standard sized suit you just pulled off the rack, as long as you at least try it on first. However, if you’re really aiming to impress professional fitting is the way to go. It’s a double-edged sword but in a good  way, as it gives you two major benefits.

The first one is of course for yourself. You’ll find that no two suits are truly alike especially when it comes to your own unique measurements. Some might be tight around the ankle or the wrists while other might be to lose, depending on your body type and the suit. You won’t feel completely comfortable so you won’t be completely confident, and it will show either professionally or in social situations.

The second benefit of course is for everyone else. People might be able tell if your suit doesn’t quite cover the arm or if socks are visible when sitting. Getting your suit professionally tailored can insure that your suit feels good and looks good so you get the most out of it. They say that the clothes make the man, this especially applies on occasions that require suits.

Picking the Right Suit

The other aspect of looking the best in your suit is simply picking one that matches you and the occasion. First you’ll have to know what you’re looking for and get any confusion out of the way. For example if you’re attending a wedding, you may be looking for a tux, as there are subtle differences. You’ll also want to know if your suit should be flashy for a party, or more subtle for a professional occasion. Color definitely matters. It’s usually best to pick a color scheme that highlights the best of the suit by sticking out but not clashing or catching too much attention.

It’s a delicate balance but if you know what you’re going for you’re already moving a step in the right direction. You’ll be on your way to mastering the art of fitting a suit and making it look good in no time.

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