A Man’s Suit In Action

November 17th, 2014

There is something in the silhouette of the tailored cloth, not too tight or too loose, shaped and cut perfectly over a moving body that is recognizable at any range.

A Man’s Suit In Action

Walking down the busy streets of New York City or the fashion avenues of Paris, you can spot an exceptionally sharp suit from a hundred yards away. There is something in the silhouette of the tailored cloth, not too tight or too loose, shaped and cut perfectly over a moving body that is recognizable at any range. It’s even more apparent without the diversion of superficial ornamentation; surgeon’s cuffs, pick-stitching, hand-sewn buttonholes. Well-made sartorial outfits are never really about these attributes.

 

Luxury and high style can be made with a kind of flowing artistry that suggests movement even when the man wearing the suit is fixed in position: firm collar gripping the neck, appealing dimple from a high and arched tie knot, shaping from the back to the shoulders, full and complete trousers, and the narrowness ofexquisite shoes. These aren’t just signals of style but compliments to the whole.

 

 

For those who dress in menswear as a sport, they seem to miss the point. With an impaired sense of sartorial enjoyment, the trivial focus can be on the small insignificant elements of the suit. This is because of the social world found online, where we view what is supposed to be cool or fashionable from those who are just bystanders and onlookers.

 

The staff at Squire Fine Men’s Apparel understands the crucial and fundamental tailored arts of the classic, contemporary, and modern man. Whether it’s to find a piece of formalwear for a night on the town or you want to leave your needs in the hands of our professional tailors, Squire has what you need to look and feel your best at any time.

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