The 400 yr old craft of tailoring is about the completion of shape and elimination of wrinkles (rumples can be press out). Any man can complete his casual wardrobe with just one proper personally cut suit. In the 20th C sizes that look best when new and Brand idolatry were effective for mass distribution. Although unless one has had a fine reasonable tailor they may not see the value of durable looks that last.
Cutting on premise,seeing fit and knowing your tailor is the simplest, most efficient way of getting quality and value. Many unknowingly end up with tell-tale suit wrinkles from sized rack garments that collapse in time. So getting a good suit allows us to consider building wardrobes rather than the replacing of them. Strength and consistency are masculine, perennial qualities that are part of a wardrobe foundation. That wardrobe foundation was traditionally exercised when men bought suits with extra slacks. Fine fit should be comfortable and will allow for variation of 20-25 lbs.
As the "wool suit" is one of most serious of items of a man's wardrobe, proper fit is acceptably overlooked today for casual cool cotton garments. Having said this, a casual jacket with minimum construction is exemplary when individually cut to exhibit strong upper body shape amid the casual rumples of cotton.
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