Hi everyone! Thank you for taking the time to read Suits Avenue’s blog! Today we are talking about corporate suits, and how to choose quality and value.
MOST COMMON TURKISH REVIEWS
nothing makes me fall in love like saying a well dressed man” – GK
“for real imported suits from Turkey, great customer care. I will buy again and again..”-KL
“So nice & cool for chilling with baddies so guys thanks for having kept us well thank u so much” -AP
Turkish suits are quality at good price….
1. CHEAP PLASTIC BUTTONS
Do the buttons look cheap, flimsy, and painted? They probably are.
2. PLASTIC BUTTON ANCHORS
3. PAPER-Y LINING
Cheap linings are usually made of polyester, which traps heat and doesn’t breathe at all. It’s especially bad if it makes a “scrunchy” or “swishy” sound when you move it around.
4. SYNTHETIC FIBERS (OR SIZING S-XL)
Just avoid shiny, stiff, sweaty synthetic fibers. Go all natural.
And a suit should be cut slightly more precisely than “Small”, “Medium” or “Large”. It’s not a t-shirt, don’t buy it like one.
5. SKIMPING ON EXTRA FABRIC
The roughly 3.5 yards of cloth it takes to make a suit is the majority of its cost. A cheap manufacturer will cut all the excess – including the fabric under the hem needed to lengthen the trousers and the fabric inside the seat needed to let-out the waist.
6. LAPEL LINES NOT ANCHORED
7. FUSING BUBBLES
This is the sign of a “fused front” (ie. glued together) chest piece.
8. LOW ARMHOLES
A low armhole is a just bad design. It’s a carry-over from old-school patterns.
9. HARD-CREASED ROLL LINES
The lapel is a focal point of the suit. It should have a soft, gradual, three-dimension roll that gives dimension and life to the jacket.
10. BUBBLY SHOULDER LINES
The shoulders are a critical point of a suit. They should have a clean smooth line.
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