Tailored Fit 3 Piece Suits

Tailored Fit 3 Piece Suits

The height of smart elegance and modern style, a tailored fit 3-piece suit is a classic who’s as popular as ever, despite its long traditions. A strong alternative for any event where suits are the standard option, the three piece vs. two piece match is won by the versatility the waistcoat gives the 3-piece look. 

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When to Wear a Three Piece Suit

The three piece suit is a stand-out option for any occasion where a smarter look is required. If you're not sure when to wear a three piece suit, then this easy rule-of-thumb may provide some comfort: in any situation where a suit is worn, you can wear a three piece. It all depends on how you wear it. What is a three piece suit? Easily explained, it is the paired jacket, waistcoat and trousers, providing a modern and yet elegant alternative to the suit. You'll find numerous combinations of colours and material types today, so you can put your own sartorial mark on this classic with not a lot of effort. If you're a groom, or just a guest at a wedding, a three piece suit in a classic cut is a brilliant base for a wedding look. Styled in a modern way, or more elegantly, depending on the dress code. You can never go wrong with a black, navy blue, or grey three piece suit. You can style it down to provide you with a dressed-up business suit, and it will equally be an elegant choice for dates or dinner parties. However, there are some three-piece suit etiquette rules to keep in mind. A tailored fit suit should fit your body perfectly, have an elegant cut, and make look clean cut and trim. Be particularly mindful of the length of the jacket sleeves and the fit around the shoulders. The waistcoat should also be fitted in a flattering way around the waist. The waistcoat should cover the top of the pants’ waistband — this means no belt for a three piece suit. So wear braces if needed. The bottom button of the waistcoat and jacket should also always remain open. If shopping online, follow the provided size guides. They will offer directions and measurements to help you find the best fit for your size and body type. Other than that, get creative! Break up the three piece and wear the items separately. Wear the jacket on its own, like a blazer, skip the jacket altogether, wear the waistcoat with a different pair of trousers, or just wear the trousers on their own. The biggest perk of the three piece suit is that you get an extra piece to work with, so make the most of it.