Male fashion: Buying First suit

Did you buy me a gray or black suit? With two or three buttons? What type of flaps should you have? Business Insider tries to solve these questions with four basic suggestions.

When it comes to buying their first suit , many young people have no idea where to start.

But in reality it’s a simple thing: in fact there is only one clear option, writes Dennis Green in his Business Insider article .

Your first choice should be a dark gray suit, with a single row of two buttons, and with “in uve” flaps (notch lapels) of 3 inches in a range of US $ 500 to US $ 750 (well, for the United States) .

Next, Business Insider explains why it has to be like this:

Why gray? Because black is too formal for some occasions and earth tones can be too informal. This is his first and only team. You need to be able to take it anywhere. Navy blue is also an acceptable option, but it will not do much good if you have a funeral.

Why a single row of two buttons? Because single-breasted (single-breasted) two-button sacks are the dominant style on most occasions. Other styles may be too daring for weddings, parties or similar events.

Why the 3-inch “V” flaps? Because most prefer this type of flaps (notch lapels) to the more formal flaps “peak” (peak lapels); these should measure about 3 inches, because thin lapels limit the ties you can use a lot.

Why the range of US $ 500 to US $ 750? Because several manufacturers – from Suitsupply to Banana Republic – sell perfectly useful suits in this price range. And for your first suit, that’s exactly what you need. Leave other designs, colors and non-traditional styles for your second or third suit.

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