Nothing stays the same with fashion, and particularly with mens suits, what is in today will be considered ‘classic’ tomorrow. But no matter however one looks in casuals, the truth is that almost everyone in a suit looks their best regardless of their position and economical standing in society.
Consider the dress suit which is used for special occasions normally held in the evenings such as weddings, proms, upscale parties and social events that have a formal air to them, and therefore the classic two-piece or three-piece suit is normally work for these occasions not forgetting the all-important tuxedo that is a must-have for every man to wear at distinguished social functions.
And while the three button suit is much in use these days, thanks to the British, and as opposed to its American equivalent – the two button suit, there are several things to take into consideration when one is interested in purchasing one of these.
These suits can be worn from an interview to an office due to its formal look, and it is important that one maintains a good number of these in their wardrobe as it is considered the standard suit to wear, and there are no faux-pas’ to deal with. As they go out of fashion ever so often, one should consider replacing them every five years or so. The biggest advantage of having a few of these in your wardrobe is that they can fit men of varying sizes while not necessarily revealing their less flattering bodies.