How To Choose Your First Suit?
How to choose your first suit?
After you've invested in a few good shirts and ties, your next step to building a solid wardrobe is to find the perfect suit. Here are some tips to help you get started:
Know your body shape.（We can make it in any size）
Your body shape is a key factor in determining what suits you. If you are tall with broad shoulders, for example, a slim-fitting suit will make you look shorter and more top-heavy. On the other hand, if you are short and slim with narrow shoulders, then a slim-fitting suit will make it look like the jacket is too big for you.
To help prevent this from happening to you when shopping for your first suit (or any time), take note of your body type and whether or not it matches up with what suits your figure. For example:
Athletic: If this sounds like something that could describe you then chances are that most of your wardrobe consists of athletic t-shirts—which makes sense since sports figures tend to wear them quite often! But if all those fitted t-shirts aren’t exactly working out right now (i.e., they aren’t fitting very well) then maybe it's time to switch things up by trying out some different types instead? One option would be wearing non-athletic clothing items instead; another option would be wearing athletic items but making sure each one fits properly so as not to show off any bulges from underneath--and finally, there's always just going casual by throwing on something else besides just an old pair jeans every day too!
Choose a classic style.
It's important to choose a classic style, one that suits the shape of your body and won't go out of style in a matter of years. A classic suit is the most versatile choice for men with a slender build, muscular build, or larger build.
Invest in two colors.
You should own at least two suits. With two suits, you can mix and match to create countless different outfits. The first suit is usually a dark color (such as navy or black). A second suit is often a lighter color(such as green) for summer or for business casual dress codes.
If you’re just starting out, I recommend buying your first suit in either navy or grey. Both are classic colors that will look great on anyone and can be worn with many other pieces of clothing in your wardrobe. When choosing between these two options, think about what kind of job interview outfit would look best on you and what kind of environment you plan on wearing the suit in most often (for example work versus church).
Take the tailoring route.
Take the tailoring route.
You might think that a suit looks better off the rack, but once you get it tailored to fit you like a glove, it will look professional and sleek—and more expensive than if you bought an off-the-rack version.
The same thing goes for modernity: just because something is out of style doesn't mean that it's not fashionable anymore. A well-tailored suit can look incredibly modern and chic, even when it was designed years ago!
Tailoring also allows you to feel more comfortable in your clothing, especially if your body type tends toward larger sizes or is simply less uniform than others'. This comfort will help boost your confidence during important meetings or presentations at work.
Your first suit should have a classic fit and be versatile enough that you can wear it to a variety of occasions.
A classic fit is the most versatile because it will look good on a wide range of body types. It's also the most popular, as it's flattering and professional without being overly conservative.
Because suits are made to be worn in certain situations, such as weddings or job interviews, you'll want to choose one that can be worn for many occasions.
We hope that our guide helps you make a smart buying choice! We can guarantee that if you follow these tips, starting with the basics and building from there, you will be more than satisfied with your purchase.