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Adding a layer can instantly dress up your outfit. If you want to take it up a notch, show some of your personal style by selecting a suit jacket or sport coat with detailing like contrasting stitching, texture or a patterned fabric.
The Sport Coat comes in a larger assortment of colors and patterns, so it is a great choice for the more fashion-forward.
The Blazer is an essential to have in your closet. It’s the perfect basic that goes with any pant. Keep one in your office to throw on for an unexpected client visit.
When shopping for a full suit, these jackets have matching pants and sometimes vests, but can be bought separately. This makes them great to pick and choose to get the perfect fit. A suit is perfect for special events, weddings, and business professional attire.
A vest can be worn on its own or with a matching suit jacket and pant. Modern men's professional dress no longer requires a 3-piece suit, but the vest is still a great way to add style to your look.
Expert Tip: If you decide to wear a jacket or vest, remember, always keep the bottom button unbuttoned.
When selecting a pant, the waist should fit snugly so that your pants can be worn with or without a belt. The length of a pant is ultimately a personal preference, but you can’t go wrong with a classic break at the ankle, so the hem just touches the top of your shoes. “Break” is the crease in the fabric created when the pant meets the shoe.
No pleats, with a smooth, flat front at the hip. Typically worn a bit lower on the hip than a pleated pant, this style is more slim fit, with no cuff.
This classic style of dress pant has a higher rise, is creased in the front, and cuffed at the ankle. Wear this style slightly above your hip bone.
Suits can be purchased in a complete set with 2 or 3 pieces. If your body proportions are different than the paired sizes, you can purchase a pant, jacket, and vest individually, referred to as “suit separates.”
If you are taller than 6’ 2 1/2” and your chest measurement is greater than 48”, you should shop Big & Tall to find your best fit.
If you need help finding your size, download our measurement guide.
A dress shirt is a long sleeved shirt made to accommodate a jacket and tie, but can be worn without either one. For a more professional look, choose a color or pattern to complement other elements of your suit. If you want to express more personal style, you can go bolder by mixing brighter colors and busier, fun patterns.
Essential & versatile. Own a few colors, plus white.
Dress up or down by pattern size (bigger is more casual).
More fashion forward & bold. Again, keep in mind pattern size.
Wear this with your tux. Try a bow tie for a finishing touch.
Broader across the shoulders, lots of room through the chest and body with loose sleeves until the cuff.
Still cut broad across the shoulders, but tapered through the chest and body. Sleeves are fuller but not loose.
Armholes are higher and the chest and body are much closer with a bit of room to move. Sleeves are more narrow.
Learn the benefits of the most popular materials to best decide what will work for you.
If you're on the move or in the office, stretch is important to keep you comfortable. Stretch can be included in the fabric content (Spandex, Lycra®, or Elastane) or in the stitching around the collar, armholes, and waistband. Stretch can also be technical; included in the way the garment is woven for increased freedom of movement, shape retention, and comfort.
If you only have one dress shoe, make it a basic black oxford. Black can be worn day or night, dressed up or down.
Dark stitching dresses up a shoe, while a lighter stitch leans more casual.
There are many different styles of toe, stitching and perforation to add detail and interest. For a casual look, try a loafer or moccasin toe.
The details finish the look. Add a belt (a good rule of thumb is to match your belt to your shoes). Then add some fun with your accessories like socks, ties, or pocket squares to complete your dress clothing style.
Now that you've learned the basics of men's dress clothing, you're armed with the knowledge you need to start shopping.