You’ve heard it before and we’ll say it again: Everyone should own at least one suit. Going to a wedding? Or maybe you have a job interview? You’ll probably wear a suit to both—at least if you’re trying to show you’re making an effort. What’s more—if properly fitted—everyone looks cleans up well in one.

Out of every article of clothing, suits can become more complex in comparison to anything else in your wardrobe. They can be made from all types of different materials, and can be cut and tailored in so many different ways with varying details that might seem insignificant, but actually they can greatly alter the overall look. The British have their own way of doing it, and the Italians have their own way, too. Then there’s suits for different reasons—you’ve got business suits, casual suits, party suits, winter suits, and summer suits. The list goes on and on.

Look at this a complete suit guide. From the types of suits every man needs to own, to the small details that will make your suit stand out, this our complete suiting guide.

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