There’s nothing better looking than a good-looking man in a good suit.
Wearing suits that fit add a dose of class and charm to your looks, and when you wear suits the right way, the extra confidence that breaths through you can be seen from afar.
But then, when you wear suits wrongly, you make a mockery of yourself.
This is how to wear your suit the right way.
1. THE SHOULDER
One of the most obvious fails in a suit is the shoulder. A well-fitted shoulder ought to lie flat, and the seam on top of it should have the same length as the bone under it.
The shoulders are one place that shouldn’t be messed with, and when buying a suit, that’s where your first attention should go.
2. THE COLLAR GAP
The collar of your suit jacket ought to fit as well or it will be another obvious fail. If not properly fitted to your neck, the suit collar will sit away from your shirt collar, leaving an obvious gap.
3. THE SEAT
Of course when you walk by, wearing a good suit, your back will be admired. The back of your trousers is another obvious point, and it ought to have a smooth shape around your bum. It ought to lie flat and fit right, without being too tight to your underwear or too loose from your thighs.
4. THE TROUSER LENGTH
The trouser length is another area many get it wrong. In previous times, much attention wasn’t paid to this, but in today’s fashion, the trouser break just ought to be right. The break is that small fold that appear when the end of your trouser reach the top of your shoe.
The break ought to be small and subtle; you ruin the fashion when there are too many folds.
5. THE WAIST OF YOUR JACKET
The waist of your jacket is another point that just ought to fit right. It should be in a way that it’ll fit you perfectly and would also enable you to walk comfortably, especially when the top button is closed. Remember, it shouldn’t be too tight or too loose.
6. THE SLEEVE LENGTH
The sleeve length of your jacket is right when the suit sleeve doesn’t rise above the cuff of your shirt. A half-inch of linen is the old-fashioned guide used by many designers, but while it mustn’t exactly be that perfect inch size, it just should be right, in the sense that the suit jacket length shouldn’t be on the same level with the cuffs.
7. THE JACKET COLLAR
The collar of your jacket could get a bit obvious when it’s not rightly done. A well-fitted jacket collar should rest against your shirt collar which should as well rest against the back of your neck. When either isn’t correct, it just wouldn’t sit right.
There are so many rudiments to wearing that suit the right way, but these seven tips are the most important that you should always get right.