As costume culture becomes more and more acceptable to public, costume has also become a distinct culture. Although there is no clear requirement to wear a suit on a specific occasion, there are still many suit lovers who wear it every day. It is a kind of heritage and a kind of culture. Wearing a costume is not only a kind of respect for others, but also a way to boldly show your charm.
We usually go to a shop that makes custom suits, which can usually be divided into many types, including one-piece suits, two-piece suits, and three-piece suits. Normal two-piece suits and three-piece suits are suitable for formal occasions, while formal occasion suits must be same in color, fabric and style. Single suits are usually used for casual occasions and are rarely worn for formal occasions.
In a suit, you can see many of us, different from usual. Such as social, emotional intelligence, etiquette, fashion. People with high emotional intelligence can understand your personality, status and character only from your costume, which unconsciously reveals our information and has become hallmark of men in social interaction.
We can't ignore costume details. The so-called detail is character, and costume culture places a lot of attention on detail. For example, on formal occasions, remember not to take off your suit and roll up your shirt at will, it would be considered impolite.
If you want to stand out from crowd, you have to pay a little attention to combination. For example, you should choose a French shirt that can be worn with cufflinks for your shirt, and match it with a pair of exquisite cufflinks, which will make you look more elegant. SUITISM recommends that men do not miss corner decoration, put a square handkerchief on breast pocket of suit, it will look very gentlemanly.
Whether at work or in everyday life, learning basics of dress etiquette will greatly help you in your future formal wear!