Single Breasted Suit One Button

A jacket that is essential worn to take a casual outfit and give it style. Trend setters have taken this stand-alone jacket and brought it to the workplace as a suit. This jacket style was not common for suits but with changing trends the one button jacket is becoming more and more popular at the workplace. Keep in mind that the one button jacket style is not like a traditional jacket. The length of a one button jacket is usually shorter than other jackets. The reason for the short length is to ensure that the length below and above the button is proportional. Meaning the button is located at the midway point of the torso. A style that has last through time. The two button style can be worn casually or in a suit ensemble. This style is recommended for men of shorter height, but men of all height can were it and look their finest in it. If you are a trend setter and want to wear the one button jacket in a suit ensemble than consider using patterns. Patterns like window – pane, keeping the base a light color or pin stripes. Regardless of what pattern you might consider try keeping to lighter colors again as the give a grace and better cut.

Single Breasted Suit Two Button

One of the best things about a two button suit is that all patterns will work with it, pin stripes, window-pane, herringbone or nail-head just to name a few will work well with a two button suit ensemble. If you want to give your two button suit an even sharper look consider wearing waistcoat underneath. It will even when the buttons are done on a two button suit. One rule to remember when wearing a two button suit, and it’s the only rule, always leave the lower button undone. A style that has last through time. The two button style can be worn casually or in a suit ensemble. This style is recommended for men of shorter height, but men of all height can were it and look their finest in it. One of the benefits of the two button suit is that any color, dark, or light can be used when deciding on a two button suit. Pick darker colors for formal occasions and use a variety of lighter colors for workplaces or outdoor events.

Single Breasted Suit Three Button

This style of jacket is designed for men above 6ft or 6ft. A man of shorter height will look shorter with this style, the increased length and shortened V. This a traditional style that works well with stripes, chalk or pin. Once again coloring of suits is dependent on what the occasion is and location. Keep in mind the rule for a three button suit is to keep the button bottom open. If you prefer, you can have the lapels rolled over the top button, so you can wear the jacket as a two button style suit, giving a longer V. This allows a variation in how the jacket can be worn.

Double Breasted Suit Four Button One Close

If you have chosen a four button suit or jacket than the cardinal rule is to button the bottom but only. This style is taken after an English lord who only buttoned the bottom to give a longer and sleeker look.

Double Breasted Suit Four Button two Close

Usually used on a double breasted jacket and meant for more formal occasions. The majority or the unspoken rule is that in two close button option on upper button is closed. Keeping in mind that buttons should be undone when sitting and redone when standing.

Paisley lining inside the suits

A fabric with a distinctive pear shaped designed that sets your suits apart. Paisley lining offers a distinction when you open your suit jacket. There is a wide range of colors to pick from, with dark to light colors to pick from.