The pants, lapels, and buttons have satin detailing, making the suit even more fancy. Huntsman Huntsman was founded in , and has been synonymous with fine tailoring ever since. Adopting a sleek look in all-black tailoring rides well with this Italian style-maker. Suitsupply From business-ready to ones of elegant formalities, Suitsupply offer a luxe range of suits for men in dapper navy, grey checks and classic black. The secret to mastering the craft Contains:
The two button jacket has a satin notch lapel, flap pockets with a satin band and side vents. The pants feature a flat front with side seam pockets and suspender buttons. Similar to the rest of the tuxedos in this section, the pants are shipped unhemmed. If you like the look of suspenders, these are an inexpensive, simple, and classic pair.
This elegant tux is the best choice for anyone on a budget. It comes boxed and pressed, almost entirely ready to wear. It also comes in a variety of colors and fabrics, so you can choose one for yourself and something slightly different for your groomsmen — a look we love to set yourself apart from the rest. This is a Slim Fit tuxedo which fits true to size but is cut differently than standard, regular fit tuxedos. Slim Fit tuxedos hug the body tighter than a regular fit tuxedo and results in a much tighter, slimmer, modern look — something to keep in mind when ordering.
The best thing about purchasing a tuxedo rather than renting is the longevity of your purchase. IZOD is a fashion brand known for being moderately priced with high quality, designer finishes. This polyester suit looks high-end with a fully lined jacket, a two button closure, and front pockets. It sets him apart in a tasteful way. It works well with grey, yellow, and green, as well as more neutral taupes, tans, and metallics.
This suit comes with all three pieces — the jacket, pants, and vest. The best feature of this suit is the elastic waist, which is a guarantee for comfort even as the eating and drinking commences on your wedding night.
A slim or skinny tie is our favorite way to accessorize a suit. It keeps the look pulled together. We like a nice grey skinny tie for the groomsmen and a white satin one for the groom. The fabric blend on this particular blue suit keeps it on the lighter side, which many men will appreciate, especially when they have to wear a suit in the hotter months of the year. It also gives the suit a bit of stretch, preventing you from feeling constricted.
Aside from the breathability, this suit is a beautiful dark navy blue, made by a reputable brand name that you can trust. The jacket is made with natural rounded shoulders and is paired with trim-fit flat front pants with an unfinished bottom for hemming.
This navy blue suit is well stitched and made from high-quality fabric. It includes a two-button jacket with a notch lapel and a flat front pant. The jacket features side back vents. One piece of advice when purchasing suits for a wedding especially in those warmer months is to come prepared with extra dress shirts. Select a moderately priced shirt like this one and suggest that your groomsmen also pack a spare.
A huge value for a percent wool suit, this is one of the least expensive suits in this section. Their signature modern two button flat front suit combines some great features from a classic-fit suit with some slim-fit designs to give you the most comfort and style. The pants have an extra two inches of fabric in the waist, a half of an inch in the inseam, and three inches in the waist — all which can be let in or out by your local tailor if need be for the perfect fit.
Use the sizing chart for the most accurate selection, as sizing may vary. This suit is available in the darker blue pictured above, as well as a more true blue, which you can see here. The nice thing about choosing a blue suit is the plethora of options when it comes to accessories.
Both black and brown shoes and belts work nicely. Opt for a brown dress shoe like this or a classic black dress shoe. This Italian made suit offers a clean look with classic lines and a crisp finish. It features flat front pants and a jacket with a ticket pocket. Grey suits are our favorite choice for summer weddings, especially for daytime affairs.
Darker grey can easily carry over to an evening wedding, so if you do like the look of grey and are hosting a more formal wedding, the darker hue greys would be your best choice. Beach and destination weddings are also a great time to opt for a grey suit — in this instance, chose something very light both in color and fabric. Dark and heavy wool is just too much fabric. Both the pants and jacket are made with high-quality, breathable fabric.
Both suits have a slim fit to them, but are made with some natural stretch for a very comfortable fit. The price on this suit is a fantastic bargain — especially when you take into consideration the high quality construction of the suit and the slight stretch that the spandex offers.
The cut is fitted enough to show some shape without looking baggy. The leg is relatively structured with just a slight taper. One of the reviews on this suit reads: We love incorporating some snazzy socks into your look for a great photo opp.
The count affects the durability and softness and gives your suit asubtle brilliance. The optimal thread count is a super to Once you're in the s, however, the suit becomes more fragile due to its purity, so consider this when looking for a longer-lasting, everyday suit.
Cashmere is very luxurious. Blended with wool, it gives a sheen to the suit, made famous by Italian tailors. Linen is perfect for summer. It does crease easily but this forms character so don't get caught up by it. A heavier linen will retain its shape better, too. Keep these suits for parties and day wear. Seersucker, like linen, is designed to bunch a little giving it a casual, textural look. Ventilative and light, it's also great for warm weather.
The fit across the shoulders needs to be neat and natural. The sleeve or arm should fall from the tip of the shoulder edge to the wrist. Too wide on the shoulder and you look out of proportion; too short and it will pinch and sit up high on your shoulder making you look squished.
The trouser conventionally comes in a medium break where the pants fall on your shoes. To avoid clumsy bunching, a slim trouser leg should finish just on the shoe, without covering your laces. The length of the jacket should finish no longer than mid-way down, and no shorter than the top of your backside. Sleeve length should finish between nine centimetres above the knuckle of the thumb. Give it another two centimetres you're wearing cufflinks or a nice a patterned shirt where you want to show of the cuff.
The three-piece suit is the most traditional. Take your jacket off and a tailored look remains. The plaid suit or check suit was once seen too preppy and casual. Today, it has made a resurgence as a work-ready piece and standout party-goer. Darker wool hues are great for more formal occasions and winter; while pops of bright colour are designed for summer and the more Dandy at heart. The blue suit is the new black suit for men. The darkness of the hue in navy is perfect office attire, while a cobalt or electric blue provides a playful look for any off-duty activities; be it a wedding or some dapper fun on the weekend.
The double-breasted suit once spoke of the power '80s, but has been revived. Lean men thrive on this style as it adds width to your frame with the double layering of fabric. Go for a peaked lapel to match the classy buttons. The dinner suit is perfect black-tie attire with a bow tie. Velvet fabrics and satin or pony hair lapels sex-up this classic look, and don't be shy of mixing — even contrasting the colour of pants and jacket or the lapel colour against the coat.
The grey suit is neutrally-hued staple for any gent. Work lighter marl and pastel shades for summer; while darker greys and charcoals are perfect for the winter months. The wider the gap between each stripe the more casual and pyjama-looking the pattern becomes, however. Stick to subtle, tonal-coloured stripes that are relatively thin for a standout business suit.
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White suits, especially in linen, are the best choice for a beach wedding. If white seems too stark, consider a tan suit, which can add a bit more warmth. White suits in varying fabrics are also ultra luxurious and can be considered for a seriously formal affair with the right fabric and accessories. Get a suit that fits! Short and Thin: You'll want to elongate your body with a low button stance (the opening "V" of the jacket should be lower on your torso). Avoid double-breasted jackets along with three- and four-button jackets. Editors' fashion picks for the best men's suits and blazers of the season. From workday formal to weekend casual, find the right fit, color and style for you.