style is a simple way of saying complicated things.

style is a simple way of saying complicated things.

Double Breasted Suit FT Dragon Inside

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

(DB suit - c/o Dragon Inside | shirt - Trashness | bow tie - The Tie Bar | pocket square - Suited Man)






Ladies and gents, I'm here today to talk about the trend that you're going to be seeing more and more of. That is, the double breasted (DB) suit. 

The DB suit has been seen as traditionally more formal and conservative than a single breasted suit, but that's all changing. 

Rock a DB suit with sneakers and an open button down shirt after work or on the weekends. Rock it with a bow tie to a party, or even rock it to work. Wear a casual watch strap  and some bracelets while you're at it. 

The DB suit is a statement on it's own. You've got to have the confidence to go with it--it insinuates wealth and success, just ask Chuck Bass

I know right now you're desperately and frantically searching google for the best option on your new DB suit--don't worry about it. I got this one from Dragon Inside--a custom suit company out of Europe. So you know it's good. The high quality Italian and English wool will put suits in your closet to shame.

One really awesome feature that comes with ordering from Dragon Inside is the measuring process. You can choose between measuring yourself (which can sometimes be difficult) and measuring the dimensions of your favorite fitting suit. You'll know exactly how it'll fit; I thought this was a great idea for guys hesitant about how a custom suit will turn out. On top of the measurements, the Dragon Inside crew is awesome at checking in on orders and making sure all the dimensions are accurate and done correctly. Honestly, have no fear.


Takeaways:
  • You've got to get on the DB game--you'll be poppin' bands harder than Juicy J at Las Vegas strip club.
  • Set yourself apart by wearing some sneakers and bracelets with your DB suit.
  • If you're looking for a new dress shirt, try a cutaway collar like this one here.
  • Looking for a dramatic feature of your new suit? Look for wide peak lapels.

    Stay classy,

    Wear It Write.


1 comments:

  1. Nice bow tie but I'm not a fan of those shirts. I prefer a full collar. I am not that progressive I suppose. But the look is great and some excellent insight in the article.

    John.

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