Thursday, January 22, 2009

Suit Designs Defined

By Clement Sancharo

Men's suits are the most prevalent clothing donned by men of all races, religions, sexual orientations, and ages. The result has been large diversity among the styles, colors, materials, designs, and shapes in all types of suits.

This article will give you a better idea of the various styles that are available. Examples will be given to give you a good idea of when and where to wear each particular style.

Solid suits without any patterns at all tend to be the most prevalent on the market. These suits are one color and can be worn with the largest array of accompaniments. Use this suit as your primary work suit and you will not go wrong.

The striped suit design is created by using vertical lines as a design for your suit. This suit adds a nice splash of color to an otherwise plain suit and makes the wearer look more powerful.

Striped suits can be taken to the next level with contrasting stripes running in the complete opposite direction to create patterns with the appearance of windows. This windowpane design is used to create stylish outfits that are perfect for less conventional situations.

V shaped designs can be used to create herringbone patterns on wool suits. This suit is more stylish than stripe and solid suits but no less formal. Slip on this suit during winter months and you will not go wrong.

Check patterns are similar to windowpane suits in that they use both vertical and horizontal lines to make patterns. However, these suits do not leave the windowpanes open and close them in with lines or circles. Wear this to less formal settings to show off a sense of style.

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