Top 8 Suits of the Decade
As the decade has just ended, it is normal that we take a look back at the top 10 suits of the decade.
A double-breasted suit is characterized by an overlapping front flap with two columns of buttons.
A zoot suit is a men's suit characterized by high-waisted, wide-legged trousers and a very long coat with wide lapels and heavily padded shoulders. This style of the suit first came to the fashion scene in the 1940s.
This go-to suit drips with class. Whether you are going to a wedding, gala, art show, etc., the tux must be a staple in your wardrobe.
It is the name given to a two-piece, or three-piece suit made from worsted wool and is worn with a necktie. When wearing this suit, there are two rules to keep in mind: during the day, the suit can be light or dark but when wearing it in the nighttime, the color MUST be dark.
It is tailored with a narrow overlap and one column of buttons along with the standard structure of a suit.
The Mandarin suit is very unique due to its collar and length: hip length. The name of the suit comes from the collar, mandarin collar.
The Italian suit is very unique. It has a slimmer silhouette and a more natural shoulder.
It has long sleeves, high underarms, and a structured shoulder. The British suit is great for those professional work events.
These are the top 10 suits of the decade. Do not limit yourself; have fun with different types of suits and find your unique style. Contact us for more information.