The shoulders of the jacket should fit snugly to the body so that lining does not occur. The lining bulge is evident creates an ugly look. Let your choice be for 2-button jackets. One button is ideal for casual wear close to sports; But stay away from three buttons!
Remember the rules, only the top button of the jacket is attached, it opens while sitting.
It is necessary to review the information on the label of the suit. Products with high polyester ratio should be less preferred because they are more prone to sweating and their irons are easily spoiled.
Remember that cotton fabrics, such as linen and silk, can wear out quickly and become wrinkled and do not iron. A bit of polyester – wool – saves lives. (recommended rates: 80% Cotton – 20% Polyester)
The best fabric types that can be used in a suit are wool and cashmere. Wool and cashmere will not make you sweat in the summer, but it will not be cold in the winter. I recommend you to buy a suit made of 100% wool. Sets made of 100% cashmere keep both warm and light; but the cash for the cashmere team should be 3-4 times more.
If you are going to buy a 100% wool suit or a wool silk mixed suit, consider the creasing condition and the usage time. Such suits are not designed to be worn 7 days a week.
If you want your team to look like it is tailored for you, the point to be careful is the shoulder. The jacket that sits on the shoulders will give the razor look you want.
The sleeve length of your jacket should be neither long nor short. The length that leaves the shirt cuff 1 cm open is the most ideal.