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Flat front or pleated pants? Single breasted or double-breasted suit coat? Button cuff or French cuff dress shirt? You have lots of style choices, but not every look works for every man or every situation. Our sales associates will help you make selections that are stylish, flattering, and appropriate for the occasion.
Learn to suit up properly and everything else follows.
Whether you're an office guy who needs to look sharp for the competition, or a creative type who dresses up because he likes to, the suit is the basic building block of looking good. It's a timeless, ever adaptable, sometimes maligned, but never improved upon uniform. Consider the roots of that word: uni, as in a universally good idea to save you from the danger of too much choice; form, as in the opposite of formless, sloppy, or unfocused.
A well tailored suit should hug your shoulders not fall off them. When you put on the jacket there should be a firmness to it. Your suit sleeve should end just above the wrists, so that a quarter to a half inch of shirt sleeve shows. Your jacket should contour your body so that your shoulders are accentuated.
Your trousers should feel comfortable around your waist. Snug but not tight. Use your belt as an accessory and not to hold up your pants. Have just a slight break of your pant touching the shoe. Not too short and never dragging on the ground.
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