Every man needs at least one suit that fits properly and makes them feel confident in any setting, below st clair has listed the three suits that we think are essential that every gentleman own. To reiterate again, when you’re buying a suit, the most important factors is fit and fabric quality, 100% wool,, we can’t stress it enough. You can drop £2,000 on a ready to wear suit, but if the shoulder pads extend well beyond your shoulders or your sleeves are touching your knuckles the suit has lost almost all its value, that is way we stress made to measure suits.
The Navy Suit
If you only have one suit in your wardrobe, make sure it’s a single-breasted navy wool suit. Navy implies professionalism and respectfulness—respect for yourself and your audience. Plus navy looks good with everyone’s complexion. Don’t worry about labels so much as quality of material.
When buying a suit you have various lapel and fit options. st clair suits recommends a peak lapel and modern slim tailored fit for a masculine and elegant look.
Like navy, charcoal is supremely versatile, it looks excellent with brown, black, and tan shoes and accessories, and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. With a two-button suit, only button the top button, never both. If you choose to also buy a waistcoat, again never fasten the bottom button. Dry clean it as infrequently as possible as dry cleaning often can damage you suit. Also make sure to hang it on a proper wooden hanger. No wire hangers!
Another suit that every gentleman should own is a classic black suit. The benefit of a black suit versus a tux is that it can be worn not only to black tie weddings and cocktail parties, but to sober gatherings. it's just a