Pocket squares add an extra level of polish, but make sure it doesn’t match your tie in either pattern or fabric choice.
Before you go totally conservative, remember that the pocket square is where you get the most freedom and the one place you get to add a little pizzazz to your suit.
A collar gap between your jacket’s lapels and your shirt’s collar can signify an ill-fitting jacket.
This look is also more flattering for larger figures, and it gives you enough room to do that effortlessly casual “hand in pocket” pose.
You should be able to slip your hand between your chest and your buttoned jacket such that it feels snug, but with room to m
The top button of a two-button (or the middle button of a three-button) should fall at or above the navel.
Always go with the classic windsor knot for your tie, but use the size of your head to determine whether you should go half
Vests are best worn with single-breasted suits (so it’s actually visible). if you’re going to be wearing your suit in a cold climate, a vest can add a lot of warmth. *hint hint US!!*
For a harmonious look, try to match the visible cuff length to the amount of collar that is visible at the back of the neck.
Unstitch the jacket’s pockets, remove the tack stitches from the jacket’s vents, and remove the little embroidered label from the jacket’s left sleeve. Do this very carefully to ensure you don’t actually rip the fabric or neighboring threads.