Suit fit guide

Discover the ultimate suit fit guide to help you find the perfect fit for your style. Learn how to choose the right fit for every occasion and elevate your look with confidence.
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The 2020 Update How your suit should actually fit There are always going to be online lists pointing out the dos and don’ts of suit etiquette. They often outline a very basic right and wrong, black and white opinion on how a suit should look based on the current state of men's fashion. They usually speak to a suit-buying customer who’s in the market for their first garment. Suit 101, entry-level stuff. Their opinions aren't always wrong, but they usually miss crucial points about the…

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Jacket and Sleeve Length: The body of your jacket should fall right around the middle of your hand, at or just past your knuckles. From the front, it should end very close to the bottom of the zipper on your pants. For most men, your sleeves will end at just about your large wrist bone with about a half inch of shirt cuff visible. Arm length can vary and sleeves can be easily extended or shortened by a tailor. Suits, Suit Fit Guide, Mens Suit Jacket, Mens Clothing Styles, Shirt Sleeves, Groomsmen Suits, Shirt Cuff, Men’s Suits, Mens Coats

Jacket and Sleeve Length: The body of your jacket should fall right around the middle of your hand, at or just past your knuckles. From the front, it should end very close to the bottom of the zipper on your pants. For most men, your sleeves will end at just about your large wrist bone with about a half inch of shirt cuff visible. Arm length can vary and sleeves can be easily extended or shortened by a tailor.

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