Monday, October 06, 2008

Does Your Husband Need A Suit?

You could easily go to any department store like Macy's, or even Men's Warehouse to find an off the rack suit, but why not get a Made to Measure suit? You can get a custom fit, made to fit you perfectly. Off the rack suits pale in comparison to made to measure suits.

MySuit is based in New York city, NY, and makes made to measure suits. You have your choice of style, color, pockets, fabric, et cetera. You name it, they can make it! With their website, you can also go online and make an appointment to be measured and have your suit made, and if you have trouble making up your mind, they will help you design it. Most suits take only two weeks to complete and start at the low price of $495 US. What's great about a made for you suit is that it even fits your body type, including your posture, inseam, or waist measurement.

My husband could use a new suit soon, so I would love to take him up to New York for an appointment to get one. I would choose a double breasted suit jacket, with 4 buttons and with flat front pants. He likes rubber grips to keep his shirt aligned with his pants, and coin pockets for his change as well. Now since I am picking out a suit for him, I would most definitely "force" him to get a dark, pin striped suit jacket and pants. Darker fabric is flattering on almost everyone, and hides any flaws you might have, plus it has a slimming effect. Wool seems is a great fabric for suits, so I would use that type of fabric for his suit. But this is all an example, you can choose many different options for your own suit. You can even choose how many buttons you want on your sleeves!

"MySuit is a global company with over 40 years of manufacturing and retail experience. It is a division of one of the largest suit makers in the world. We sell made-to-measure suits at close to off-the-rack prices."

So if you or your man are looking for a special, one of a kind suit, please check out MySuitNY, and make yourself an appointment for the suit of your dreams.

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