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24 Sep 2018

There’s a science for buying the designer suits for men in Toronto and it’s not just about the high price tag. As a matter of fact, a good suit doesn’t have to cost your entire pay check. If you know what to look for in a suit that fits, you’ll have no trouble finding pairings that look a million dollars but cost a way less. Here are some things you should know when shopping for the designer suits in Toronto:


·         Learning the rules is a key to breaking them and making the unique styling choices of your own. Like any fashion choice, you must begin with a nod to classic fashion so when you add your own spin to the attire, the familiar flavor will still be there, and your style will be palatable, regardless the direction you take it. One of the first things you should concern yourself about when buying designer suits for men in Toronto fits you. A lot of men struggle with correct suit fitting and off-the-rack sizes are often no help because there is really no standard body type. Every man is differently shaped, and only a lucky few fit into the mold of off-the-rack sizing. Getting yourself measured by a professional or learning how to do so yourself is a good first step towards the perfect-fitting suit.


·         Bespoke or made-to-measure—which is which? Another important concept you should understand when going for shopping the designer suits for men in Toronto is tailoring. Tailored suits are either bespoke/custom-designed or made-to-measure. Bespoke suits are made to your exact specifications, which means you have a full control over every detail of the garment, from the fabric and lining to other important features like the lapels, cuffs, buttons, etc. Made-to-measure suits on the other hand, use pre-existing designs and suit templates, but are cut to your exact measurements, hence the term.


·         Suit jacket types vary widely but looking at the garment’s structure is one of the best ways to distinguish style. Sack suits are shapeless with narrow shoulders. They are made to hang on the body and achieve a classic silhouette, effectively concealing the shape of the wearer. Structured jackets on the other hand, are heavily influenced by military uniforms, hence the formal silhouette. They typically have padded shoulders and a trimmed waist to give the wearer an hour glass appearance. Fitted suit jackets are arguably the best, as they follow the contours of the wearer. These jackets offer a tailored fit and have minimal padding to support the structure and create a more flattering silhouette and posture of the wearer.


About the Author:

This article was written by Peter Kamel, Marketing Coordinator at Spier & Mackay. Spier & Mackay offers an easy online shopping experience based in Toronto & Mississauga. Their aim is to provide you with custom made dress shirts that fit perfectly. They have hundreds of different fabrics to choose from & you can certainly design your own dress shirt that reflects your personal style. 



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