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Suits for Men

A man in a suit is the sharpest looking man in the room. If you’re a fan of the show Mad Men, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. Many of us think of suits as a simple trouser, shirt, and jacket, but there are different types of suits available in today’s market based on the cut, lines, number of buttons, etc.

Single Breasted Suits

Single Breasted Suit - For Men A single-breasted jacket has only one set of buttons and buttonholes, which do not overlap. It can be two buttoned, generally accepted, or three buttoned. The one button version is generally for dinner jackets. The single-breasted jacket may be worn with a waistcoat. Waistcoat may be made of the same fabric of the suit.

Double Breasted Suits

Double Breasted Suit - For Men The double-breasted suit is the one, which has two front overlapping across the body. It traditionally has no flaps at the back. It generally has four or six button options. It is more of a conservative and a neat tailoring piece.

Business Suits

 Business Suits - For Men Business suits are very formal cut and stylish in sober colors and sharp fits. Different from lounge, as they are more conservative and formal. They are mostly pinstripe suit in navy or black. Double and single-breasted, both go well.

Lounge Suits

 Lounge Suits - For Men A lounge suit is a set of garments made from the same cloth, consisting of at least a jacket and trousers but can include a waistcoat and can be worn with a tie. Lounge suits, a man’s formal suit for ordinary daywear. It can be worn with or without a tie. Light colors are preferred. Single breasted is preferred with two buttons. These suits are usually made of Linen.

Mandarin Suits

 Mandarin Suits - For Men Mandarin suit is an oriental inclusion into this list. With a Nehru collar or the band collar. This style can come with many buttons or none at all. Cut very closely to the body, gives a very clean and sharp look. These are very elegant for an evening out.


 Tuxedos - For Men  Tuxedos are ultra formal and the ultimate in the suit line. The dinner jacket is the foundation of the black-tie ensemble. The jacket is usually black with satin or grosgrain lapels and the trouser usually has a silken stripe down the side.  It is worn with a bow tie and be worn with a cummerbund, same color or of some dark royal tone in satin preferably. The suits are usually made of wool.
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