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Men’s Business suits

From the dawn of civilisation, man has been judged by the type of attire he wears. The more the layers of fine clothing he wears, the more sophisticated and cultured he appears in the eyes of the society.

Since the late 19th century, the western world had more number of people involved in business and industrial development and just like the way appropriate words were needed to be used in an official conversation, even more appropriate official outfits were required. That is when matching suits for men came into fabrication. These suits had multiple layers of clothing which consisted of the shirt, waistcoat, jacket and then a long over coat all made from the same material. These were worn by regular office goers as well as by high class business men for all kinds of business meets.

Gradually over time the long over coat or formally known as the frock coat became less popular and people were comfortable wearing only the jacket over the waist coat. With the popularity of ties coming in different colours unlike the black or white they were previously wearing, people started to get matching ties to go along with their suits. Suits with matching ties were of high importance to professional meetings and private gatherings.

A man in a well-tailored business suit never fails to make an impression on the onlookers and definitely on the people he interacts with. Yes, appearances maybe deceiving, and we can never judge a book by its cover. However, it is the book with the attractive cover that makes us look into the book and see what it is about. Similarly, a man in a suit always acquires the opportunities to exhibit his skills and enter better prospects in work and in life.