This season try the blue hues for suiting up at an occasion and believe me you’ll stand out more than your host. And that was a party crashing tip, but seriously blues uplift the mood. Wear your blue suit with a crisp white collar shirt for formal occasions and if the event is less formal you can wear it with white t-shirt with a suitable neckline that suits you.
Do not wear a suit that doesn’t fit you properly. Many people may find this point obvious. I do too, and yet I often see men wearing suits that don’t fit. If you aren’t tall enough to wear a regular, don’t buy a regular — buy the short. If you gained too much weight for your suit to fit properly, you have to buy a new one.
Men too often believe that suits will fit off the rack. While some men may get lucky and find one that fits them perfectly, not all will have the same luck since men who wear the same size won’t necessarily have the same body type. Do not be scared of taking a suit to a tailor to get a better fit. Most tailors charge less money for alterations than you think, and the utility you’ll receive by wearing a suit that actually fits far outweighs that small cost.
Do not construct a suit from a sports coat and a pair of pants of the same color. A suit is a set of clothing purchased together. If you just stick any old pair of black pants with any old black sports coat, trust me on this: The colors, although technically the same, will never match properly. Even if you believe the outfit you’ve created looks okay, anyone savvy about fashion will likely be able to tell you’re not wearing a suit simply because the pieces just don’t go together. An easy solution to this problem exists: If you need a suit, buy a suit.