Suit Rules Every Man Should Follow

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Suit Rules Every Man Should Follow

Are you a groom-to-be? Do you want to look your best in your suit? Whether you are wearing a tuxedo or a suit to your wedding, you will be wearing more suits from now on.

Whether at your own pre-wedding parties or other social occasions, your new status as a husband and a family man, will give you plenty of reasons to wear a suit.

If you want to look your best in a suit, then make sure you know and follow these suit rules.

#1 The width of the tie should match the width of the lapel.

#2 A pocket square adds an extra level of polish, but make sure it doesn’t match your tie in either pattern or fabric choice.

#3 Your belt should be fairly thin and the same color as your shoes.

#4 You should match your shoes to the color of your suit using this guide:

#5 Check out the Savile Row Fold keeps your dress pants from falling off the hanger:

#6 Always unbutton your suit before sitting down, or you risk ruining it.

#7 If you’re wearing a vest, always keep the bottom button unbuttoned.

#8  Sleeve cuffs should be exposed about half an inch.

#9 Unstitch the jacket’s pockets, remove the tack stitches from the jacket’s vents, and remove the little embroidered label from the jacket’s left sleeve. Do this very carefully to ensure you don’t actually rip the fabric or neighboring threads.

#10 Your tie should always be darker than your dress shirt.

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