1. Color: The two most basics suits that every man needs to build a wardrobe areNavyand Charcoal. Before you buy and pinstripe, plaid, or windowpane suit, you must have at least a solid navy and/or a solid charcoal. 2. Fabric: The fabric should be anall season wool. 3. Fit: It should fit you perfectly. Make sure the shoulders hit you where your shoulders are.
This is your go-to-suit that will never go out of style and will get you though job interviews, weddings, and special events so you shouldn't compromise. Make sure to check the following details before making your decision...
The Jacket should have a notch lapel that is somewhere in the 3.00" to 4.00" width range depending on your body type. Larger (wider) men should opt for a larger width while smaller (narrow) men should be in the narrow end of the spectrum. The jacketlength should cover your butt, and the pockets should be besomwith flaps. Depending on your style preference and body shape, either a single, or doublevent will be a great option. Lastly your belly button should be in the middle of your top and bottom jacket buttons. For your trousers, opt forflat front with a blind hem.