Men's Suits

“If they want to see me, here I am. If they want to see my clothes, open my closet and show them my suits.” - Albert Einstein

Wearing a suit, no matter how infrequently your life may require it, always seems to beg the question: Who could be responsible for creating something so torturous? The combination of a trouser, jacket, possibly a vest, and traditionally a suffocating necktie is enough to make you feel like you’re being carted off to an asylum in a straitjacket. Indeed there are days when it does feel just plain crazy to be forced to wear such an irritating invention. Ironically, men’s suits were created for comfort. They represent a 17th century departure from the elaborate, jewel-adorned formal wear that men traditionally wore during the Victorian Era.

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Women's Suit Etiquette

Especially in the workplace, requires carefulness and good judgment to express the type of message you want to convey. The days of the '80s when women wore masculine-looking suits with large shoulder pads are over. Today's culture requires that women observe their work or professional environment more closely and dress according to their body type, organization and position. Suits for women today can range widely from the extremely casual in fabric and cut to the more conservative variety used in environments like high finance or law firms.

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