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👔How to match your clothes!👔

Introduction:

Hi, welcome to Suits Avenue’s blog! Today we are going to go over a couple of different ways to match your casual clothes! Of course there’s always pressure when you have to dress up for a special event, but why doesn’t anyone talk about the pressure of every day to day getting dressed! Check out the table of contents below!

Table of contents:

  • What are casual clothes?
  • Matching your clothes
  • Tips not to forget

What are casual clothes?

Casual clothes are exactly what they sound like, the are the clothes you wear to casual events. Casual events are anything that doesn’t say professional/business attire, it could be a cookout, going to the movies or regular dinner, a sporting event and many more.  Below are different types of clothes that are categorized as casual.

  • Jeans (clean, no holes)
  • Jean shorts
  • Khakis (clean, no holes)
  • Khaki shorts
  • Long sleeve shirts
  • Polo shirt
  • Bermuda shorts
  • Plain T-shirt (no slogans)
  • Turtleneck (If cold outside)
  • Casual button-down shirt
  • Sweater
  • Loafers
  • Sneakers
  • Sandals
  • Hoodie

The great thing about casual wear, is you can wear pretty much any of these in any combination and still look amazing! Just to make sure you are okay, we have some helpful tips below!

Click here to read all about wool! 

Matching your clothes:

SOLID SAME COLOR

A great under-used style option. This combo elongates the body making you appear taller and thinner by not cutting the body in half visually. Because it is a clean casual look, it is a great way to highlight favorite accessories like shoes or a great belt.

TONE-ON-TONE

Tone-on-tone casual outfits are a great version of solid color outfits. The slight amount of difference in the color between a top and bottom can make a huge difference in the feeling of the outfit. Navy pants with a light blue shirt is a classic example of a tone-on-tone outfit. The options are endless, but shades of grey make for a very modern look.

NEUTRAL BOTTOM, COLOR TOP

The easiest way to add color into your casual style. And by “color” we advise blue, olive, and burgundy. No neons or other colors you may be questioning.

COLOR BOTTOM, NEUTRAL TOP

The opposite of above, best done with jeans or classic colors. Olive green pants make a great option for this outfit, olive can be treated as a neutral.

BACK TO WHITE

Similar to neutral combos, white is so versatile and classic it deserves its own category. This should be a staple look in every guys casual wardrobe. Be careful of white with black bottoms as the service industry has adopted this as their uniform. That is not to say you can not pull it off for more formal occasions or with a very casual look.

BACK TO BLACK

Black goes with everything – or so they say. Often under-used is the black on top casual outfit. This is a must for every man, skin tone, and body type, you really can’t go wrong.

Click here to read all about leather!

Tips not to forget:

  • FORGET graphic tees. These will make you seem more like a boy than like a man.
  • Make sure your pants actually fit you. This means make sure the butt doesn’t hang too low and the bottoms don’t drag under your shoes. 
  • Pay attention to your shoes and belt as well.
  • Your shirt can be untucked or tucked in.
  • Add a watch, this will make you look a little more sharp and could be the extra thing to make your big impression.
  • Most importantly, DON’T over think it! It is casual

Click here to see the quality in your suits before you buy!

Conclusion:

Today we talked about the different ways you can match your casual clothes for any event! If you need help picking out a new outfit stop in the store today! We have many different colors, designs, and sizes! We can dress all the men in your family for any occasion! All of our clothes are imported from Turkey and the USA! Thank you for reading our blog! Check out our Facebook!

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👀Seeing your quality👀

Introduction:

Hello, Welcome to our blog! Today we are going to talk about HOW you can see the quality of your suits!! 

Suits are a big investment, and with the right material and a little extra money, they can last as long as 20 years!!! If you follow these simple steps we are going to share with you today, you can add years, even DECADES onto your suit! For those of you who wear them often: You know how pricey they can get! As we tackle the different signs of a good quality suit, don’t forget the upkeep is just as important!

Check out the table of contents below to see what we cover today!

Click here to see when to wear our shoes! 

Table of Contents:

  • The label
  • The lining
  • The stitching
  • Details
  • Coloring
  • THE FIT
  • Construction
  • The “Pinch Test”
  • The lapels
  • The cuff links
  • Conclusion 

The Label:

The first sign to look for regardless of where you buy your suit from is the fabric quality, and that will be shown on the label.  The only words you want to see are “100% Wool.” If you see a bunch of different types of fabric, then it can’t be good quality. When there are many different fabric pieces, there is a higher chance of them falling apart. If it is all wool, then you know it is good quality. 

Click here to read ALL ABOUT WOOL

Look at the lining-

A fused lining that’s held together with glue is about as bad as going for a $99 polyester suit. The cheapest quality suits will have a fused lining. The highest quality suits will have a full canvas or at least a half canvas.

While suits can be expensive, it may be best to get the pricier one. If you buy the more expensive one you can take proper care of it and it can last YEARS.

Click here to read about proper care and storage for suits.

Check out the stitching-

The ability for mass-manufacturers to replicate what used to be hallmarks of a custom suit has never been greater. With that said, you still want to examine the quality of the craftsmanship and look to see how the suit comes together.

You do not want a suit with jagged, loose, crooked stitching. If the stiching is messy and loose it was probably made quickly and it will not last very long. If you are in a tight spot and can’t afford a high quality suit, just make sure to be careful. Cheaper suits will not last going to the dry cleaners.

Click here for the complete suits guide!

PAY ATTENTION TO THE DETAILS:

 From the way the pockets come together, to the drape, the buttonholes, and the boutonniere loop. Each of these small details often have the biggest impact when it comes to how you look. Machine-sewn pockets aren’t as sturdy and will wear quickly when utilized. Stiff lapels without a slight roll are a hallmark of a cheap suit. Plastic buttons can break, and even horn buttons that use plastic anchors can fall off in the middle of your board meeting.

Click here to check out the complete suit guide!  

PAY ATTENTION TO HOW IT WAS COLORED:

The last thing you want is to leave the store with a great navy suit and have it look four shades of blue by next summer. Look at the design. How is it dyed? Is it even and are the colors vivid? Will they fade? Is the pattern perfectly done across the suit, or are they misaligned where the fabric was cut?

Bottom line: look closely and pay attention.

The Fit:

It’s all about the perfect fit. The fit of your suit is arguably the most important aspect of a good quality men’s suit. It’s also the aspect with the most impact on how your suit looks and feels on you. Ask yourself, if the suit doesn’t fit you perfectly, why buy it?

After all, it’s not a cheap purchase. Off-the-rack suits use a “standard sizing,” which is a sort of one-size-fits-all approach to suiting that uses only chest size and jacket length to determine your “ideal” fit.

What about other factors like:

  • Sleeve length
  • Sleeve and trouser circumferences
  • Crotch length

In addition to the above, what about your posture, and the shape of your shoulders? The list goes on. Your body is a unique shape and size so even if you think off-the-rack sizing is ok for you, there will always be one area of fit that’s not quite right.

Getting the perfect suit fit is a game of inches… well 1/4 inches actually! A good quality men’s suit is one that’s made to your exact body measurements. Period.

The Construction:

The Construction of your suit should be “Half Canvassed” or “Fully Canvassed” and not “Fused.” One of the key differences between premium and low quality suit jackets is their construction. The chest of any jacket should be constructed of three (3) layers of material:

  • The fabric on the outside of the coat
  • The lining that makes up its inside
  • A layer of canvassing in between that gives the coat its shape

HOW TO TELL A CANVASSED VS. FUSED JACKET – THE “PINCH TEST”

It’s easy to check whether the suit jacket you’re looking at is fused or canvassed. Simply pinch the chest fabric and lining between the fingers of each hand and pull them apart slightly. If it’s canvassed, you should be able to feel three distinct layers: the outside fabric, the canvas, and the lining. If it’s fused, you’ll only feel two layers. To distinguish between Full and Half Canvassing, perform the same pinch test down by the buttons.

Imported Wool Suit

Lapels:

Make sure to check the lapels before purchasing a new suit! The stitching should be even and equal all throughout. The stitches should also be nice and tight, if they aren’t then it may fall apart easily and fast.

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Cuff Links:

The holes for the cuff links should be equally sized and not loose. You want to make sure the cuff link won’t fall out either.

Click here for help chooseing a suit or a tuxedo!  

Conclusion:

Today we explained when you’re buying a new suit, you need to look at the lapel, lining, stitching, details, coloring, fit, construction and a nice little pinch test to see if it quality!

Above is a guide to spotting a quality suit but it also important to mention how to care for and maintain the quality of these suits. Only then can one suit last you as long as you need it to, and only then will a collection of well kept suits be one of your greatest assets in the workplace.

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😍What we have! Our inventory😍

Introduction:

Welcome to Suits Avenue’s blog! Today we are going to tell you what we have and how much it costs! We import everything from Turkey and Italy! Stop in today and we can help you pick out the perfect outfit for your upcoming event! Check out our table of contents below to see everything we have to offer! 

Table of contents:

  • Our suits
  • Our shirts
  • Shoes
  • Our ties
  • Gentle trousers
  • Blazers
  • Accessories
  • Conclusion

Suits:

Our suits are imported, just like everything else! They come from Italy and Istanbul! Our suit prices range from 300 K to 1.6 M. We can help measure you in the store to make sure you suit fits you perfectly!

Click here to read our ultimate suits guide!

Our shirts:

Our shirt prices range from 100 k to 250 k! Stop in today and we have the latest fashions! We will have your size!

Our Ties:

Our tie prices start at 50 k! We have many different colors, styles and designs! We can help you find the perfect tie for your new outfit! We can also help you learn how to tie your tie or tie it for you!

Our gentle trousers:

Our gentle trouser prices start from 100 k to 250 k! They are the best quality! We have many different colors and sizes! You will find something here for yourself! 

Our blazers:

Our blazers range from 350 k to 500 k! 

Accessories:

We also have accessories at the store! We sell belts, watches, cuff links and more! Stop in today and we can help you out!

Conclusion:

Thank you for reading our blog today! We talked about what we offer, where it comes from, and the general prices! Stop in the store today and we can help you pick out a new outfit for any event!

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👞When to wear our shoes!👞

Introduction:

Thank you for reading Suits Avenue’s blog! Today we are going to feature the shoes we offer and help you match them with your outfits!

Shoes:

Newly imported all leather shoes from Italy and Turkey. These stylish all leather shoes are available in all sizes. We have snake skin, coffee brown, black and much more! While you are here take a look at our matching belts and watches!

Click here to read all about wool!

Black Shoes:

Black is such a great choice for shoes because it matches with everything! 

The only main road block with black shoes are if you are wearing a bright outfit, you wouldn’t want to wear black shoes.

Black shoes are great for not only business occasions, but also weddings, funerals, dances, and any other formal occasion! 

Black shoes are also great for every day wear! They can make you look classy, professional, and smart!

Brown Shoes:

Brown shoes are another great classic! They also go with almost anything!

If you are wearing an outfit made out of a solid color, such as all white or all black, you wouldn’t want to wear brown shoes! If you have white shorts and any colored shirt, you can wear brown shoes!

They go great for formal occasions such as weddings, funerals, dances, or every day wear!

Sandles:

Sandles are great for every day wear! They aren’t something you would wear to work or a special/formal occasion. 

Loafers:

These are great for business and business casual events! They are also great for weddings, funerals, or even regular parties.

Boating shoes:

These shoes are good for regular every day events or even business casual events! They are not something you would want to wear to a regular business event though.

Casual Shoes

Conclusion:

Thank you for reading our blog today! We hope we were able to help you pick out the best shoes to wear with your outfit or to your event today! Stop in the store and we can help you pick out a great outfit for your upcoming occasions! 

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🤵🏿 Getting Wedding Ready!🤵🏿

Introduction:

Hi! Welcome to Suits Avenue’s Blog! Today we are going to go over the in’s and out’s of being a best man at a wedding! It’s one of the greatest honors in life to be asked to be a friend or relative’s best man at their wedding. It’s a role that comes with some key responsibilities as well, so it’s not something to be taken lightly. When you accept the offer, you’ll be feeling proud and pleased, but this can soon give way to anxiety and stress if you don’t get your tasks sorted out as efficiently and promptly as possible. Therefore, you should have a plan of what you need to do and when each task needs to be completed to keep you on track and up to the mark. In this blog hopefully we will help you get on the right track to help the bride and groom enjoy one of the best moments of their lives! Check out the table of contents below to see everything we cover!

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  1. Clothes
  2. Accessories
  3. Caring and Storing the clothes
  4. Best Man responsibilities
  5. Bachelor Party
  6. Conclusion

Clothes:

The best man is normally in charge of organizing suit fittings and hiring apparel that isn’t going to be bought. What the wedding party wears will be crucial to the success of the event, so you need to be clear about what the groom wants to wear and how his groomsmen should be dressed.

Organizing a trip to a tailor for selection and fitting of your outfits should be done well in advance to avoid running out of time if there are any delays. Often grooms (or their future wives!) have clear ideas about the type of suit they should wear for the big day, but it’s still a good idea to be thorough in your research and look at all the alternatives.

You’ll also need to manage the distribution of buttonholes and flowers for the wedding party, and liaise with the chief bridesmaid or matron of honor to ensure everyone’s outfits are the way they should be.

In addition, you should arrange collection and distribution of the suits when they are ready, and the return of the clothing after the wedding.

Basics:

You will need a matching shirt, pants, jacket and belt to start your suits out right. You can click here to read about making sure they match! 

Accessories:

VEST:

The vest is optional, but if the wedding is more traditional, they will probably request all of the groomsmen wearing them. The vest can be one of the more bold accent colors. It will really stand out if you have a light shirt and dark vest or dark shirt and light vest.

Belt:

This is where the decision to get your suit custom made or tailored comes in. If you have made-to-measure trousers there is no need for a belt as the pants will be suited to fit you perfectly, at that point a belt would detract from your perfectly polished image you are projecting on the wedding day.

CUFF LINKS:

These are necessary not only to make a fashion statement but also to help keep your jacket sleeves nice and tight against your wrist. 

TIE AND POCKET SQUARE:

Your tie and pocket square don’t necessarily need to match, but for a wedding… it is usually best. They can match the vest if you are wearing one, or they can be the accent in your outfit!

Blazers

Caring for & Storing your suits:

  1. Rotate your suits!

If you wear the same suit every day, all day long it will never give the fibers time to relax or air out. It will always stay loose and never have the great “first fit” like it did when you first bought it. By rotating through your suits and giving each of them a few days to rest in the closet will make sure your suit is nice and crisp for your next formal adventure!

2. Wood hangers:

Using round, wood hangers will give the suit enough space for air to flow through and getting the smells of your every day out. It also helps keep the suit fitting nice and tight. The rounded edges mock the shoulder make so it won’t stretch the suit out, only create enough space for it to relax in the natural form.

Click here to read about making sure your suit and shirt match!

3. Keep very little in your pockets.

Do not overfill any of your pockets, inside or outside of the suit. Only carry your essentials, cash, business cards, or debit/credit cards. If you overload your pockets it will eventually change the shape of the suit and it will become more lose and unnatural.

4. Brush your suit with a clothing brush:

This will extend the natural fibers in the suit, allowing it to last longer. It also helps keep the fibers up allowing it to breathe more and not hold in strong odors from the day. Be careful not to over brush your suit though, this will cause the fibers to become too loose and eventually fall apart quicker.

5. Roll your suit:

Do this after brushing your suit. Rolling your suit will grab any loose fabric pieces or hair stuck on it. It is a little extra step that takes your look a long way!

6. Steam your suit regularly:

Steaming your suit opens up the fibers, removes stains and marks, as well as the smells from throughout the day. Dry ironing your suit will push the fibers down trapping all stains and stenches, so try to avoid ironing your suits!

7. Avoid the dry cleaners:

Dry cleaners shorten the lifespan of suits. They use strong chemicals to treat the suits so they are clean. It is only necessary to take your suit to the dry cleaners if you absolutely cannot get the stain or smell out of your suit by brushing it, airing it, or steaming it.

8. Cover it up:

When you aren’t wearing the suit, it should be on the wood hanger as discussed earlier, as well as in an appropriate suit bag. This will keep any bugs or dust from getting into the bag or onto your suit. It also protects it from any unfortunate events that may happen, and makes it easier to travel with.

Click here to read all about wool!  

How to: to travel-

Step one:

Lay the suit face down on a flat surface with the front up.

STEP 2

Flip the jacket over and fold the left shoulder back. towards the right.

STEP 3:

Turn the right shoulder inside out, then tuck left shoulder into the right.

STEP 4: 


Fold it in half lengthwise,  then fold it horizontally.

STEP 5: 


Place the folded jacket in the center of the outstretched trousers.

STEP 6:


Fold the trouser bottoms over the jacket and repeat with the top of the trousers.

Best Man Responsibilities:

Besides the clothing responsibilities, the best man is in charge of the bachelor party. 

Bachelor party

The best man is responsible for throwing a suitable bachelor party for the groom and all his friends before the wedding. The best bachelor parties aren’t necessarily those where everyone drinks far too much, and the groom ends up chained to a lamp post wearing ladies’ underwear! That kind of night might be right up the groom’s street, but if not, then there are plenty of alternative ways to make this a special day. Escape Rooms are becoming more commonplace, and provide an ideal mix of action and distraction, as well as being highly entertaining. Many experiences only take an hour or so to complete – if you can unravel the mystery! After completing the escape room challenge, you could then head into town for a meal, and follow this up with a club or bar. If drinking isn’t your party’s thing, then games night, movie night, a sports event, or an outdoor challenge like a camping trip to the forest might be a better way of spending the day.

Couples generally hope that their wedding day will be a once in a lifetime experience, and that being the case it’s important that you take your role as best man seriously and make every effort to ensure the bride and groom enjoy the day as much as possible.

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Conclusion:

Today we went over a few of the major events that are involved with upcoming wedding! Hopefully we were able to help you solve a few worries! Stop in the store today so the ladies can help you and your wedding party pick out their new outfits! Fill out the form below if you have any questions! Check out our Facebook to see our newly imported cloths!

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✈️New Airport, New Haul✈️

Introduction:

Welcome to Suits Avenue‘s blog! In this blog we are going to talk about the new airport in Istanbul and share what we brought back for you! As always we import all of our clothes and bring you nothing but the greatest quality!  Stop in the store today to get help picking out your new favorite outfit! Our table of contents are below! We are also going to go over everything we have and how to see the quality! 

Table of contents:

  • Airport in Istanbul
  • What we have *PHOTO GALLERIES* New products featured
  • How to see the quality in your clothes
    • The label
    • The lining
    • The stitching
    • Details
    • Coloring
    • THE FIT
    • Construction
    • The “Pinch Test”
    • The lapels
    • The cuff links
    • Conclusion

Istanbul Airport:

This is the worlds largest roofed airport! It took them a grand total of 42 months to build and is now open to the public! The video above gives you a tour of the new gorgeous airport! They will fly out about 200 million people a year! It features 6 runways and takes up  1.4 mil square meters. 

There are plenty of signs explaining where to go and even telling you how many minutes it will take you to get to your next destination!

*This video was released before phase 1 opened. It is now open*

They are still making plans to add on to the airport! It isn’t supposed to be complete until 2028!

As of right now the airport can sort through 30,000 pieces of luggage an hour!

🤵Everything about suits🤵

What we have (PHOTOS & VIDEOS) 

Let’s check out all the smart new imports we have, coming from the USA, Italy and Turkey! We offer all shapes and sizes for men and boys!

The first thing we are going to show you is our wool blue stripped suit!

Suits:

Another stripped suit demo!

Our suits are available in many other colors and all sizes!

Blazers:

We offer many different blazers starting at 200k!

🤵Suit or Tuxedo? How to care for them🤵

Trousers/Khakis:

Khakis are the new style, all the ladies love them. Of course we have them in all shapes and sizes!

Our gentle trousers are in many different colors and sizes as everything else!

Shoes:

Newly imported all leather shoes from Italy and Turkey. These stylish all leather shoes are available in all sizes. We have snake skin, coffee brown, black and much more! While you are here take a look at our matching belts and watches!

Click here to read all about wool!

We have many different sizes for many different shapes! We can help tie all your ties and dress you for success with all occasions!

Ties:

Our ties start at 50k

Seeing the quality:

The Label:

The first sign to look for regardless of where you buy your suit from is the fabric quality, and that will be shown on the label.  The only words you want to see are “100% Wool.” If you see a bunch of different types of fabric, then it can’t be good quality. When there are many different fabric pieces, there is a higher chance of them falling apart. If it is all wool, then you know it is good quality. 

Click here to read ALL ABOUT WOOL

Look at the lining-

A fused lining that’s held together with glue is about as bad as going for a $99 polyester suit. The cheapest quality suits will have a fused lining. The highest quality suits will have a full canvas or at least a half canvas.

While suits can be expensive, it may be best to get the pricier one. If you buy the more expensive one you can take proper care of it and it can last YEARS.

Click here to read about proper care and storage for suits.

Check out the stitching-

The ability for mass-manufacturers to replicate what used to be hallmarks of a custom suit has never been greater. With that said, you still want to examine the quality of the craftsmanship and look to see how the suit comes together.

You do not want a suit with jagged, loose, crooked stitching. If the stiching is messy and loose it was probably made quickly and it will not last very long. If you are in a tight spot and can’t afford a high quality suit, just make sure to be careful. Cheaper suits will not last going to the dry cleaners.

Click here for the complete suits guide!

PAY ATTENTION TO THE DETAILS:

 From the way the pockets come together, to the drape, the buttonholes, and the boutonniere loop. Each of these small details often have the biggest impact when it comes to how you look. Machine-sewn pockets aren’t as sturdy and will wear quickly when utilized. Stiff lapels without a slight roll are a hallmark of a cheap suit. Plastic buttons can break, and even horn buttons that use plastic anchors can fall off in the middle of your board meeting.

Click here to check out the complete suit guide!  

PAY ATTENTION TO HOW IT WAS COLORED:

The last thing you want is to leave the store with a great navy suit and have it look four shades of blue by next summer. Look at the design. How is it dyed? Is it even and are the colors vivid? Will they fade? Is the pattern perfectly done across the suit, or are they misaligned where the fabric was cut?

Bottom line: look closely and pay attention.

The Fit:

It’s all about the perfect fit. The fit of your suit is arguably the most important aspect of a good quality men’s suit. It’s also the aspect with the most impact on how your suit looks and feels on you. Ask yourself, if the suit doesn’t fit you perfectly, why buy it?

After all, it’s not a cheap purchase. Off-the-rack suits use a “standard sizing,” which is a sort of one-size-fits-all approach to suiting that uses only chest size and jacket length to determine your “ideal” fit.

What about other factors like:

  • Sleeve length
  • Sleeve and trouser circumferences
  • Crotch length

In addition to the above, what about your posture, and the shape of your shoulders? The list goes on. Your body is a unique shape and size so even if you think off-the-rack sizing is ok for you, there will always be one area of fit that’s not quite right.

Getting the perfect suit fit is a game of inches… well 1/4 inches actually! A good quality men’s suit is one that’s made to your exact body measurements. Period.

The Construction:

The Construction of your suit should be “Half Canvassed” or “Fully Canvassed” and not “Fused.” One of the key differences between premium and low quality suit jackets is their construction. The chest of any jacket should be constructed of three (3) layers of material:

  • The fabric on the outside of the coat
  • The lining that makes up its inside
  • A layer of canvassing in between that gives the coat its shape

HOW TO TELL A CANVASSED VS. FUSED JACKET – THE “PINCH TEST”

It’s easy to check whether the suit jacket you’re looking at is fused or canvassed. Simply pinch the chest fabric and lining between the fingers of each hand and pull them apart slightly. If it’s canvassed, you should be able to feel three distinct layers: the outside fabric, the canvas, and the lining. If it’s fused, you’ll only feel two layers. To distinguish between Full and Half Canvassing, perform the same pinch test down by the buttons.

Imported Wool Suit

Lapels:

Make sure to check the lapels before purchasing a new suit! The stitching should be even and equal all throughout. The stitches should also be nice and tight, if they aren’t then it may fall apart easily and fast.

 

Cuff Links:

The holes for the cuff links should be equally sized and not loose. You want to make sure the cuff link won’t fall out either.

Click here for help chooseing a suit or a tuxedo!  

Introduction:

Thank you for reading Suits Avenue‘s blog! In this blog we talked about the new airport in Istanbul and share what we brought back for you! As always we import all of our clothes and bring you nothing but the greatest quality!  Stop in the store today to get help picking out your new favorite outfit!

Today we also explained when you’re buying a new suit, you need to look at the lapel, lining, stitching, details, coloring, fit, construction and a nice little pinch test to see if it quality!

Above is a guide to spotting a quality suit but it also important to mention how to care for and maintain the quality of these suits. Only then can one suit last you as long as you need it to, and only then will a collection of well kept suits be one of your greatest assets in the workplace.

WE WANT TO KNOW, WHAT YOU WANT TO READ!