The Style Blog
Five Steps to Finding a Great Fitting Suit
The key to getting suited up can be broken down to five steps: shoulder fit, jacket length, jacket closure, pant fit and pant length. You nail these and you’ve found an excellent fit.
Suit-ology 101; The "Cut"
Have you ever wondered what makes a slim cut, slim? Just what is the difference between modern and classic fits? If you like skinny jeans, does that mean you are a slim? While each brand has their own take on different fit styles, we’ll share how we define our two fits, modern and slim.
Suit-ology 101; The "Break"
The "break" is the fold or bend above the cuff of the pant created when the fabric of the pant is longer than your actual leg. The key to nailing the right pant length is to go to a tailor and have the pants tacked while wearing the dress shoes you intend to wear.
Suit-ology 101; The "Drop"
There are a lot of terms associated with suiting that aren’t so straightforward. The pant break, chest-to-waist drop, and cut are the most important elements to the look and fit of your wedding suit or tuxedo.
Sales & Suiting = Buyer Beware!
When shopping for wedding suiting, the sales and discounts many brands offer can get really outrageous. You no longer have to wait for a crazy sale to get a dynamite suit at a great price.
The Tux Rental Debate: Should You Rent or Buy Your Tuxedo?
Learn more about the benefits of buying vs renting a tuxedo. See how now more than ever buying is the smart choice. Read on to find out more today.
Wedding Fashion Disaster: Online Custom Suits
We are HUGE fans of a great fitting suit and help our customers understand the key elements of a perfect fit. We do NOT believe that the only way for a guy to look sharp in a suit is to have one custom made.