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- Wed, 19 Jun 2019 13:44:05 EST UJMeYvkS No.61867
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Men of 420chan,

Do you wear a suit? Where do you even start when it comes to suits? There are so many different types for so many different occasions. I've never really been the type to wear one, rather wearing just kind of whatever I liked at the time.

But now that I'm older and have been trying to get a better paying job, it would seem that I might need to actually invest in a higher grade of clothing and style. In other words, I have to start looking professional, both in the work place and possibly while networking socially. It's sucks, but whatever. Anyone have any tips for someone new to all of this?
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sweet'deep - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 07:32:39 EST Jok6FC9F No.61868 Reply
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Ohh, yeah;
Get yourself a tailor and have it fitted.
Either a Tuxedo or Suit.
Choices, really..
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Beatrice Bardwater - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 17:48:39 EST hoyeodff No.61870 Reply
i dont own a suit. i have a fancy white dinner jacket that makes me look like a coke dealer, and a few pairs of dress pants. i've been meaning to get one. i've crept into a few men's wearhouses but the creepy middle aged man hovering over my shoulder always made me walk the fuck out.
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Albert Norringhit - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 22:39:05 EST LU+9AfE4 No.61872 Reply
I got a suit for court and started wearing it to job interviews, with a good shirt and shoes it really looks nice.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Tue, 20 Aug 2019 18:09:27 EST tQutQUU0 No.61937 Reply
I have a few 3 pieces. Mainly so I can use their individual parts for a variety of outfits, but if I can find an opportunity to wear a full suit, I'll jump at the opportunity because that doesn't happen often for me. I'm not a CEO of anything.

On colder days though, I'll often wear a polo shirt, and then a blazer that matches or compliments my pants. I have a bunch of these nice polo shirts that are like normal soft t-shirt material instead of that thick, heavy material that doesn't breath well, which most polo shirts seem to be made out of, which I also fucking hate.
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Hamilton Clunningmire - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 02:25:42 EST a4C6cC9W No.61973 Reply
I only own a black two-piece for dressy social occasions and a navy/chalk stripe that never really fit right, even after tailoring, that was supposed to be my interview suit. I never get a chance to wear a suit which sucks because I love suits and I look amazing in them.

I wrote this whole tl;dr but it was stupid. The gist is: Unless you're a boss suits are only for interviews. Avoid black suits as they generally aren't considered professional. To look professional, invest in some descent shoes, shirts and accessories and a nice sport coat or two. Then, when it is time to suit up, you already have everything else. For an interview suit, blue two-piece (no waistcoat, or vest) with some chalk stripes is your best bet because you can wear almost any color shoe/shirt/tie with it and still look good. Grey with stripes is a good bet, too.

Black suits are excellent for dressy social occasions.
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Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 17:31:30 EST tQutQUU0 No.61974 Reply
>>61973
The fact that black instantly makes your look way too dressy frustrates me to no end. I love the way I look in black more than anything else. It's really grey and gloomy today. I wore black pants and a grey polo with white horizontal stripes on it, so I decided to throw on a black blazer and instantly become a million times sexier. It's still way overdressing but today I don't fucking care, I just wanted to be beautiful.
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Hannah Grandstone - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 19:42:54 EST hoyeodff No.61975 Reply
black suits are fine for a professional environment, just wear a colored shirt and tie to mix it up

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