Men Notched Lapel Double Button Casual Suit Coat

Men Notched Lapel Double Button Casual Suit Coat

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This casual suit is perfect for ceremony, theatrical productions Constructed with the finest detailing and highest quality with top finishing. Just check this super high quality suit It will surely make you stand out from the crowd Size Reference Table: Size Chest Length Shoulder Sleeve Length Height M 94cm/37.0in 70cm/27.5in 43cm/16.9in 61cm/24.0in 170cm/66.9in L 98cm/38.5in 71cm/27.9in 44cm/17.3in 62cm/24.4in 175cm/68.8in XL 102cm/40.1in 72cm/28.3in 46cm/18.1in 64cm/25.1in 180cm/70.8in XXL 106cm/41.7in 74cm/29.1in 47cm/18.5in 66cm/25.9in 185cm/72.8in NOTE: Size may differ because of the different measure methods About Men's Suits History Throughout history, men donned suits to gain respect from their peers and the admiration of women. The wearing of suits originated as a style of dress in the 17th century as men, who historically dressed more ornately than women, downgraded their highly-festooned jackets and pants to a simpler manner of dress. In the 19th century European men in particular sought a comfortable alternative to the standard bulky attire of the period, and thus the modern suit was born. Business Suits Particularly during times of economic upheaval and transition from one social class to another, men wore suits to exude confidence and an air of wealth and luxury. During the American Great Depression, men's suits received a noticeable revival as men wore suits to remove any doubts of financial instability and remain positive about the future. In the 21st century, the return of wearing formal men's suits to work is now mandatory work attire for workers of prestigious Wall Street Firms such as Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns. As stock prices rise and fall, these legendary brokerage firms use conservative men's suit to reassure their customers and media analysts that their personnel are prepared, professional and competent. Types A man's suit is comprised of a jacket and pair of pants created from a common piece of fabric. Some also have vests made of the same fabric. The two cuts of suits are referred to as two-piece and three-piece suits respectively. Suiting is also separated by whether it is made to order or mass-produced. Men's suits are constructed of the following fabrics: polyester, rayon, merino wool, silk, cotton seersucker, worsted wool, gabardine, and linen. The categories for types of suits are referred to as bespoke or custom tailoring, ready-to-wear and made to measure. Custom men's suits, which are the most expensive category, require months of work to create and are made specifically to the customer's measurements. Ready-to-wear suiting is mass produced and available in department stores and boutiques. Made to measure suits involve the selection of fabric, buttons and style of the men's suit by the customer. These suits are constructed in a factory, prior to the initial fitting and then customized to the client's wishes. Considerations Whether made of Super 220 merino wool or polyester, a conservative men's suit is recognized as the uniform of well-dressed business leaders, royalty and common men alike. As colors, textures and patterns of suits vary from a basic pinstriped blue to a more outrageously colored red, purple or yellow suit, the connotation of the wearer's profession and perceived power may be downgraded from respectable to seedy. Accessories and Style Men's suits are accentuated with ties, braces, handkerchiefs (pocket squares), and ascots. For black-tie occasions, a tuxedo is a type of man's suit that is completed with a white or black bow tie. Double-breasted suits are always worn fastened. In contrast, single button suits may be worn completely unbuttoned or with a few top buttons fastened. American, Italian and British suits all vary not only by choice of designer, but with their approach to construction and unique style elements. How to Pack a Men's Suit: Pack the suitcase. Before trying to pack the suit it is important to fill the suitcase with all other pieces of clothing and travel related items. The suitcase will need to be nearly full in order to pack the suit tight. Lay the suit down. The suit will need to be laid across the top of the full suitcase. The collar will be 1 inch below the hinge of the suitcase top. The arms of the suit will be folded neatly over the front of the suit. Place the pants. The pants of the suit will now lay on top of the suit jacket. The waist line will be on the right side of the suitcase along the shoulder of the suit with the legs of the pants hanging over the opposite side of the suitcase. Fold the jacket. The jacket bottom will now be folded over the legs of the pants toward the hinge of the suitcase. Finish the pants. Finally, fold the pants legs toward the waist line of the pants and over the suit jacket. The packing is complete. Why Do Men's Suits Have Buttons on the Sleeves? Centuries of Use Buttons on suit jacket sleeves can be viewed, alternately, as a blessing or a curse. Men who dress meticulously prefer suit jackets with functioning buttons at the cuff. But the suits most men wear have buttons on the sleeves that are purely decorative. Form Over Function The Manhattan-based custom tailor and menswear historian Alan Flusser traces suit sleeve buttons as far back as 225 years ago, to the reign of Prussia's Frederick the Great. The buttons would "encourage (soldiers) to use their shirt cuffs instead of jackets sleeves as handkerchiefs," Flusser wrote. Many modern menswear dictates are rooted in military decorum and convenience. Buttons' Appeal Lost When mass-production practices took hold in the 20th century, jackets with functioning buttons on the sleeves fell out of favor. They were once known widely as "surgeon's cuffs" that could be unbuttoned and rolled up so doctors could wash up as high as their wrists. Poking Holes in Functioning Buttons Jackets with functioning buttons on the sleeves come at a price. Tailors say they present problems when it comes to alterations. Nip-and-Tuck Nightmare Having a jacket tucked in at the shoulders could raise the sleeve buttons too high. Shortening jacket sleeves at the cuff drops the buttons too low. If there's any advantage to jackets with buttons that don't open and close, it's that they're easily replaced. Package Included: * 1 x Suit Coat