Suits, as name suggests, refer to Western-style clothing. The reason for suit's longevity is that it has a deep cultural foundation. Mainstream suit culture is often referred to as "learned, educated, gentlemanly and authoritative".
For example, "suits and leather shoes" are often used to describe mild-mannered gentlemen. The main features of suits are a clear appearance, smooth lines and comfortable wearing. Paired with a tie and pocket square, it instantly becomes more elegant.source
It used to be said that French Viscount Philippe went to Kinazel on vacation and fished on a boat, but because he was dressed in aristocratic clothes and had many buttons around his neck, fishing was very inconvenient. But he saw that nearby fishermen moved freely, their clothes were characterized by loose collars and fewer buttons, which made them very relaxed during fishing operations. Philip liked to have fun, but he also had a talent for dressing up. He drew inspiration from clothes of a fisherman. Upon his return to Paris, he immediately found a tailor to study together, so a new type of clothing was born.The development of costumes has about three hundred years, divided into four stages:
Classic costume 1670-1770:
Currently, costume is characterized by cutting pieces of fabric with concept of a three-dimensional geometric structure, and then stitching them into clothes. "Justauk orps" (justauc orps) - oldest men's uniform of western model, which existed around 1670-1770. It's just that Cole doesn't button front placket at all, and usually fastens only a few buttons above and below waist line - this is a modern single-breasted suit.
Paid costume 1770–1870:
"Frock coat" - an orthodox example of a suit dress. Until first half of nineteenth century, semi-leggings called "kiorot" were popular among European men and nobility. Later, during French Revolution, it was popular to wear "pontalon" trousers to express one's opposition to nobility. By second half of nineteenth century, legs generally became looser, shaping style of modern suit trousers.
Standard costume 1870-1970:
During this period of time, style of costumes has changed a lot. Regardless of color or tailoring, there are no big changes, but small changes, other than characteristics, remain. For example, four buttons or six buttons, single row or double row.
A modified style of suit is called "Lounge Jacket", that is, "casual jacket" has existed from 1850 to present. Everyday costume from 150 years to present is a "hybrid variation" of Orthodox costume model.