Typically, you would think that women are the ones who are at the forefront when it comes to fashion trends, but this is not necessarily the case. Men alike, especially the modern man, is always updated on the upcoming fashion trends. Yes, there are many men’s fashion clothes that have been introduced lately, but the men’s suit trend has indeed caught the attention of many. Truth be told, a suit is a must-have in every man’s wardrobe. Not only does it showcase your personal style but also helps you leave an impression wherever you go. And as it goes, first impressions matter and they last for a long while.
A man in a well-dressed suit looks sharp and is also a huge attraction to ladies and other men too. Besides, who doesn’t want to get compliments of how polished they look in one of their business suits? And you never know, how you dress for that business pitch can land you one of the best deals. With that said, let us look at some of the top trends in men’s business suits today;
- Double breasted suit
A double breasted suit is one of the most sought out business suits today. Do you have an investors meeting coming up? Or a meeting with your managers? If so, then a double breasted suit is what you should be looking for. This suit speaks for itself. It brings out the business man in you even before you start the meeting. It is not only stylish but also very elegant. In as much as most men prefer toned down colors when it comes to suits, today, you are free to get creative with the colors. If you have one navy blue double breasted suit, you can try out a dark brown double breasted suit or even a grey one. And to give you a complete finished look, you can pair your outfit with classy official shoes.
- Checked suits
Men have been wearing checked suits even during ancient times. And this is one type of business suits that have stood the test of time and are currently one of the in-trend suits today. The good thing with the checked suit is that you can also play with the overall design and the check pattern on your suit. There is a whole wide range of patterns that the fabrics come with to the point that it can even get confusing when choosing one. But getting two or more suits with different checked patterns won’t hurt. So much so, you can choose to have your own design of the collar, the buttons and even add your initials on the suit.
- Pinstriped suit
It is hard to go unnoticed while wearing your pin stripped suit. The moment you walk in your office, be rest assured that everyone will admire your pinstriped suit. As the name suggests, this suit is made of a quality material that has a pattern of stripes. The stripes might vary depending on your liking and style too. Again, with this type of suit, you can play around with the design of the collar, the buttons, and the shape of the trouser too. If you like a pin stripe slim fit trouser so be it, a straight trouser hem, so be it. Basically, the choice of the suit design entirely depends on you.
- Plain two button suit
Another top trend in men’s business suits is the plain two-button suit. This suit brings out the serious chilled look of every businessman. It is one of the best suits for a normal day at work. Its design is quite simple but at the same time looks sophisticated. Its jacket has two buttons, but you only button up the top buttons. Moreover, you are free to choose a fabric that suits your taste when getting this suit as well as different button designs.
All men look dapper in suits. And the good thing is that you can always customize your suit no matter the design you choose. So long as you find the right tailor, then you can be sure that the final outcome will be nothing but the best.
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