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5 Types of Suits every stylish guy need to have in his Wardrobe

Whether it is party, office presentation, photo shoots or weddings- Suits always works for a guy to create the presentation. Men always look smart in suits. Your suit is not just a simple outfit , its your status symbol and ultimately the sign of your masculinity. One thing i want to say you secretly is that ladies like man in suits. Suits does take an awful lot of space in your closet, so it’s only right to narrow down the essential to basic minimum.

Here are 5 types of suits every stylish guy need to have in his wardrobe:

1) The Go-To Navy Wool Suit—Keeping It Classic


If God asks you to hang just one suit in your closet—without a doubt, it will be this one. Navy-blue is an inconspicuous color—seemingly blending with everything. It’s a colour that looks well on almost everybody. It’s also something that will seamlessly get you through interviews to parties to a reception ceremony. You wear this every day, with a white shirt and tan boots, and you’ll become that guy who’s always best dressed. Two things to remember here—1) Fit is god, the suit has to fit you just right, and 2) Don’t choose heavy wool that’s perfect for winters but will weigh you down in summer.

2) The Khaki Cotton Suit—Keeping It Cool


You’re a self-respecting man, one who loves his opinions as much as he loves his suits, so, it’s only fair you have a backup option ready if navy-blue fails you. No? Enter the ever-versatile, the ever-summery Khaki suit. Sure, it’s essentially a spring-appropriate piece, but its laidback nature can work all year round. You can pair this with a short-sleeve patterned shirt or a T-shirt, brogues or sneakers—depending on the situations, of course. Definitely not a serious look but it can double duty as both office and evening wear.

3) The Grey Flannel Suit—Keeping It Versatile


Sticking to basics has never been your cup of tea? Try flannel or any other pattern, for that matter. It looks both stylish and sturdy, and there are tons of styles that are patterned but understated. Grey flannel or any patterned suits look the best with block-coloured shirts such as a white or a black shirt. You can add a touch of edginess by pairing it with a salmon pink shirt or a turtleneck sweater with just the jacket. Always remember, never button down the third button.

4) The Double-Breasted Black Suit—Keeping It Sophisticated


There’s no other way to prove you mean business than by rocking a double-breasted suit, preferably in black. Frankly, this should be your second option when building out your tailoring wardrobe. It works well for extremely formal events and black-tie-themed parties. There are modern variations to the double-breasted suits—they’re snugger, non-padded and cut a lean picture. Also, very important to get this one tailored, don’t buy readymade!

5) The Tux—Keeping It Edgy


This one’s for guys who’re way well into their careers, settled and can afford to buy a tuxedoand not just rent it. Buying a tux is more of an investment; it can also become a family heirloom that you can eventually pass down to your progeny. Black is the preferred colour, but midnight blue and grey look solid too. Slim and narrower lapels and collars are favoured. Similarly, a button-up shirt on a tuxedo looks sick. You can accessorize it with a bow-tie, suspenders or choose to go royal with a slim cummerbund! Just make sure to avoid flapped pockets.

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