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The first step when buying a suit, whether tailor-made or off the rack, is selecting a fabric. Wool suits are generally heavier but also the most common. Wool fabrics include tweed, flannel, tropical, and worsted wool. Worsted wool and flannel are durable and can be worn year-round, while tropical wool suits are lighter weight and are better for summer wear.

Non-wool fabrics include linen, polyester and microfiber. Linen suits are good warm-weather suits, but the material stains easily. Polyester is a less expensive alternative and does not wrinkle easily, and microfiber suits are water-repellent.

The quality of fabric can determine the price of the suit. In the case of fabric twists, the higher the number, the better the quality. A suit of 100-twist fabric is typically of higher production quality than a 60- or 80-twist version of the same suit.

The two basic styles of suits are single-breasted and double-breasted, in which the top of the jacket is folded over in front. Although double-breasted suit jackets fuschia bridesmaid dresses are typically more formal, other suit options can dress the appearance up or fuschia bridesmaid dresses

The suit’s lapel, or collar extension, should lie flat with the chest. According to Suit Shopper Guide, at AskMen.com, shirt sleeves should be a quarter-inch longer than the suit jacket itself. One-button and two-button suit jackets are both viable options, but three-button suits can appear dated. Choose pants with a comfortable waist. AskMen.com suggests that you should be able to slip one finger inside the waistband comfortably.

Black suits are formal and are a good choice for single suit owners because of their versatility. Charcoal gray and navy blue are other good professional colors.

Purchase a suit with accessories in mind. Black shoes can match nearly any suit color. Ties and belts can also complement the outfit. Ties can be found in just about any color or pattern; solid black is the most formal. A black and white wedding dress general rule is that your belt and shoes should match, and that brown belts and shoes do not usually match with black pants. If the event is very formal, a vest and cuff links should be chosen as black and white wedding dress


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