Men’s Suits: Summer 2010

Linen suit - Credit: J. Crew

Even the leaner cut of this suit may not be enough to avoid a mid-’80s flashback, so stick with safer solid shirts in muted tones of blue and purple. Prints and solids in richer colors can also be an option, but only if youre sartorially inclined toward tastes north of South Beach.
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Ultimate Guide: Mens Suits

While shopping for a suit 3-piece and 2 piece suits can be a tad bit expensive, and the more custom made the suit the more costly the price. There are 3 things to consider when buying suits; tailoring; color and cut. Tailor made suits are custom made to fit a mans size, the tailoring can be snug where its meant to fit the body like a glove or it can have a more looser feel. The color of the suit should be decided based on the occasion and the persons individual style.
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Two Button or Three Button Mens Suits

Three button suits might have been more popular in the last decade, but everyone should keep at least one two button suit around. Whether one is considering purchasing an expensive designer suit along the lines of Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Giorgio Armani, my company or Calvin Klein or simply cruising the local thrift or consignment shop for a trendy new look it becomes increasingly important to consider the style of closure that your garment will have the most popular contemporary styles being the 2 button and 3 button suit. When you come to buy a single breasted suit, probably one of the first decisions youll have to make is whether you are interested in a two or three button design. What should you look for?
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