7 Secret Tips Only Wise Wives Know About Men’s Suits
Welcome to this Husband’s Only lesson where I’ll help women learn how to pick a man’s suit.
What you’ll learn can make a big difference in how the suit looks and fits your guy.
Imagine going out with him to a nice restaurant and he’s dressed in a fitted suit, what does that say about you? I’ll tell you, WOW look at her!
I’m excited to show you this short video which will show you 7 tips for picking a man’s suits.
Watch the video then we will have a quick review…
7 Tips For Picking A Man’s Suit
The biggest working mistake you can make is trying to buy a black coat to match a black pair of pants you already have a suit is a matching jacket and pants made out of the same fabric bought at the same time go for two button coats that’s what’s current and looks best on just about any guy leave the bottom button alone it’s for sure only fasten the top button when you’re standing and undo it when you’re sitting you’re going to want flat front pants that means no please please our large crease is sewn into the pants just below the lace we make you look unnecessarily bulky and it’s a sign that your suit shopping with grandpa you want to get a suit in a subtle color that means charcoal Navy black / gray you can always add extra personality later with shirts and ties unless you’re anything for the Mafia skip the loud pinstripes or bolt pattern’s suits don’t come in small medium or large they come in sizes like 38 short 40 regular or 42 long the most glaring mistake guys make is buying a suit that’s too big the size is really a function of your chest measurement and your height after you get the right size there’s one thing you need to remember they’ll put you ahead of most guys the suit should hug your frame as closely as possible without being tight most guys look better in a slim fit suit older suits cut like a square you don’t need to buy an expensive custom suit you just need a tailor to treat the small details make sure the pants aren’t too long make the coat more slender if you have too much floppy fabric at the waist shorten the sleeves of your jackets if it’s longer than your shirt suits are built to be altered and a lower-priced suit look like a million bucks if the fit is right you.
OK, here’s what you should have learned about suits:
Only Buy Matching Jackets and Pants (same fabric).
Only Buy 2 button coats (don’t button the lower button).
No Pleats (pleats are for Gram-Pas!)
Buy suits in subtle colors (grey, navy, black…)
Buy a suit that fits (don’t guess the chest, waist or length!)
The fit is key to a good looking suit. The suit should hug the body but not be too tight.
Have a tailor tweak the pants and jacket for the best results.
That concludes this quick lesson on the 7 easy tips for picking a man’s suit (coat and pants). Follow these tip and your man will stand out from the crowd! Thanks.