If the structure and design of this suit looks a little "off" to you then recognize it as a good thing (I'll explain later). After wearing this suit for the last two days in an extreme version of a test run, I'm sold that every man should have at least one double breasted suit. At some point, if you want to take your style to the next level, you'll probably be tempted to graduate to it in a color that you can wear in a full suit as well as break up into separates.
Double breasted suits broaden the width of your shoulders and shrink the size of your waist... giving the illusion of a mesomorph body type. The structure of the suit and placement of the buttons adds a masculine element that won't be found in even the most formal tuxedo.
Cuff It Up
Since a double breasted suit can be intimidating, I decided to go with cuffs on the pants with no break because they tend to add a casual element to the look. I'm the height of the average man (about 5'10) so I'm going to do everything I can to get an extra inch (or at least make people think I'm an inch taller).
Hey, its a custom suit - so you can't ignore the details. What makes this suit truly mine other than the fit is the polka dot lining and the "Be Extraordinary" embroidery on the inside of the jacket. Investing in a custom suit not only shows that you care about your appearance, but it also serves as a great conversation starter.
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