Men's Formal Suits

There are formal events and then there are parties. So how does one decide what attire come under the mens formal wear category?  When it comes to men's formal suits, it most certainly means ‘Black Tie.  This means wearing a tuxedo to the occasion. Fine cut men's formal suits are a joy to wear - not like the ones off the rack at the department store down the street.

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Even before it's altered, you can tell that the trousers are going fit well at the waist, thighs, and seat, the jacket is going to be in style and lay flat across the shoulder and chest while still giving you plenty of arm movement.

Every man needs at least one well tailored formal suit for special occasions that may arise, even if it's just once a year. And trust me, you will be glad to have one because it will save you from feeling humiliated and cheap when everyone else is wearing a formal suit up at some event except you. You should choose a dark suit, preferably black or dark gray and be sure to make it single-breasted. Choose a medium weight wool since it's long lasting, holds it's shape well and is multi-seasonal. Steer away from a trendy cut. Buy a classic style that you will able to wear for years to come. This way you will only need to change your shirt and tie to keep your look up-to-date. The mid-weights are best overall, especially with the usual "air-conditioned-car-ride-into-the-air-conditioned-office" venture that most people have in summer. And if you will be visiting a lot of clients or doing hefty traveling, you will need this kind of durable fabric which will stand up to the extra wear, but not be too hot.

Men's Prom Tuxedos

3 Button Tuxedo • Side Vents • Flat Front Pant • Tuxedo Separates
3 Button Tuxedo • Single Breasted • Pleated Pant
2 Button Tuxedo • Single Breasted • Pleated Pant
2 Button Tuxedo • Flat Front Pant • Center Vent


Ralph Lauren Men's Suits

Charcoal Pinstripe - 2 Button Peak Lapels - Side Vents - 100% Wool - Flat Front Pant
Birdseye • Honey and Brown • 100% Superfine Wool • Peak Lapels • Side Vents • Pleated Pant
Birdseye • Black and White • 100% Superfine Wool • Peak Lapels • Side Vents • Pleated Pant
Navy • 2 Button • Center Vent • Double Pleat Pant • 100% Fine Wool


Calvin Klein Men's Suits

Black with Blue and Grey Stripe - 2 Button - Side Vents 100% Wool - Flat Front Pant
Midnight Blue Pinstripe - 2 Button - Side Vents - 100% Wool - Flat Front Pant
Black Stripe • 2 Button • Flat Front Pant • 100% Fine Wool
Grey Sharkskin • 3 Button • Flat Front Pant • 100% Fine Wool


Ralph Lauren Suit Separates

Dark Grey • Single Breasted • 2 Button • Center Vent • Double Pleated Pant • 100% Superfine Natural Stretch Wool
Navy • Single Breasted • 2 Button • Center Vent • Double Pleated Pant • 100% Superfine Natural Stretch Wool
Black • Single Breasted • 2 Button • Center Vent • Double Pleated Pant • 100% Superfine Natural Stretch Wool
Tan • Single Breasted • 2 Button • Center Vent • Double Pleated Pant • 100% Superfine Natural Stretch Wool


Calvin Klein Suit Separates

Navy Pinstripe • Single Breasted • 3 Button • Side Vents • Flat Front Pant • 100% Superfine 100s Wool
Charcoal • Single Breasted • 3 Button • Non Vented • Flat Front Pant • 100% Superfine 100s Wool
Black • Single Breasted • 3 Button • Non Vented • Single Pleat Pant • 100% Superfine 100s Wool
Taupe 3 Button Separates Jacket

 

Sean John Men's Suits

Grey Sharkskin • 2 Button • Peak Lapel • Side Vents • Box Pleat Pant • 100% Fine Wool • Made In Canada
Black • 2 Button • Peak Lapel • Side Vents • Box Pleat Pant • 100% Fine Wool • Made In Canada
Black Stripe • 2 Button • Peak Lapel • Side Vents • Box Pleat Pant • 100% Fine Wool • Made In Canada
Navy Stripe • 2 Button • Peak Lapel • Side Vents • Box Pleat Pant • 100% Fine Wool • Made In Canada


Nautica Men's Suits

Blue 3 Button Softly Striped Jacket - Flat Front Pant
3 Jacket Button Navy Stripe - Flat Front Pants
 

Top Designer Suits

CALVIN KLEIN
COPPLEY
Ermenegildo Zegna for Coppley
MANZONI
MATTEO MAAS
MICHAEL KORS
NAUTICA
RALPH LAUREN
S.COHEN
SAXON REID
SEAN JOHN
WARREN K COOK

On the web you can find top of the line men's formal suits. These are the suits you would have to go to boutique men's specialty store to find and then to another one, and another one order to get the selection the web offers.  And what's even better, web is able to give you a discount on the price due to our volume of sales. Find a look for every special occasion with an assortment of men's formal suits in addition to sportcoats, trousers and men's dress pants from top brands like Towncraft, Pierre Cardin, Stafford and Stanley Blacker, with a variety of dressed up looks including single-breasted suits, double-breasted suits, tuxedos and blazers. In addition, you can find a stylish selection of topcoats, including car coats, trench coats and more. No matter what your look, you will find men's formal apparel to suit your style.

Why buy designer men's suits from Canali,  Hugo Boss, Polo Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Zegna, Versace, Armani, Ferre, Dolce & Gabanna? Well the difference is in the fabric and the cut. There are two kinds of men's suits those that make you look and feel like a million bucks and those that you just can't wait to get off your body at the end of the day.  What's the difference between the two? Most would say it's the cut and the material.

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Accessories to Men's Suits

The formal shirt too comes in a range of styles.  The white-winged collar shirt is more formal.  It comes with stiff pique and single cuffs. The other style is considered less formal.  However, it is also more comfortable with a turned down collar with a pleated front and double French cuffs. A white dress shirt is a must-have for suits but also for dressier pants. White shirts never go out of style and they look great with just about anything. I especially like them worn under a dark sweater with just the collar and cuffs showing--a classic look reminiscent.

Ties are wardrobe essentials because not only do they beg to be worn with a suit, but they can be worn under a sweater or simply with a shirt. It is important to have a variety of ties to coordinate with other items in your wardrobe or just to match your mood. You should always purchase at least one new tie per year since tie styles change more often than any other men's fashion item. If you wear suits often, you will probably need to have many ties in your collection. If this is the case, buy ties every season. That way you will be able to have fun with more unusual colors and patterns that match the season.

In formal shoes too there are two choices. One is the ‘pump which is a low-cut slip-on made of patent or matte-finish leather with a dull ribbed silk bow in front. The other is a patent-leather oxford which is a plain-toe lace-up shoe made with thin soles and a small toe. One of the biggest fashion sins is to not match the color of your belt with that of your shoes. Wearing black shoes and a black belt is a fashion fundamental and will serve you on many occasions whether casual or formal. If you have a limited wardrobe budget, at least have one pair of black leather shoes and a black leather belt on hand. And please don't spoil your look by wearing odd colored socks. Buy a couple pairs of black socks, preferably wool since they retain their color and shape longer than cotton.

Formal Tuxedo

It's true; the tuxedo has always been considered as formal wear. The tuxedo consists of a jacket plus trousers with accessories like a formal shirt, waistcoat, cummerbund and bow tie and formal shoes to go with it. There are a variety of styles in tuxedos. Most tuxedos come with matching trousers. There are four styles in which it comes single or double breasted with peaked lapels with a facing in grosgrain on the lapel.  There is also the single or double-breasted shawl collar, which comes with either satin or grosgrain on the facing of the lapel.

So you got your tuxedo now what? Since it is mandatory that the waistband of the trousers should not be exposed, it is important to wear a vest or a cummerbund.  The necktie is in a bow shape and its texture should always match the facings on the lapels i.e. either satin or grosgrain.  The bow should be either in black or midnight blue and always be hand tied.  It should not be larger than a medium butterfly or narrow like batwings. 

The material is the other factor influencing your men's formal suits wearability. Wool, silk and today's high quality micro fibers and blends should be sharp looking and feel good to the touch.  Polyester does have its place but it is not in a men's formal suit material.  There is a reason that fine natural fiber fabrics are the hallmark of fine men's formal suits. They wear well, they retain their shape and color well and they just plain feel good on your body.