Choosing the Best Big and Tall Men's Suits

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Post  Admin on Tue May 08, 2012 4:48 am

Choosing the Best Big and Tall Men's Suits

Having a well-fitted suit is a wardrobe necessity for most men as the occasions requiring a dressier get-up seem to come around far too often to keep forking out those hefty rental fees. But finding affordable suits for men that fit well can be very difficult for those needing sizes larger than what is usually carried in department stores. So you don't settle and find yourself regretting the purchase of a suit that doesn't quite fit, it is important that bigger and taller men turn to retailers specializing in Big and Tall men's sport coats and suits. Once you have found a reputable retailer offering appropriately sized apparel with styles and prices you approve of, you should then be prepared to choose the best suit for your body. Here are some important things to consider when choosing a big and tall men's suit you will be comfortable in.Size MattersIt seems really obvious that you should know your measurements when shopping for suits for men, but many guys do not actually know how to take these measurements correctly. For chest measurements, wrap the measuring tape across the fullest part of your chest (without holding your breath), under your arms, and across the shoulder blades. For best sleeve measurements, place your hand on your hip (arm at a 90 degree angle) and the tape in the middle of the back of your neck. Use the tape to measure from your neck down to your wrist following the outside of your arm. Pants sizes should be equal to your waist size in inches, so with one finger between your body and the tape (for a comfortable fit) measure where you would naturally wear a belt. Inseam measurements vary by style, but you can generally wear a pair of pants that fit well and measure from the top of the inner seam to the bottom of the pant leg. The final measurement, that is often forgotten, is the neck. While keeping the tape level, place one finger under the tape (again for comfort) and measure around the fullest part of your neck (Adam's apple). This is for shirt measurement purposes and can make a huge difference in comfort.BlazersSince jacket styles change like the wind, you should always focus on choosing a jacket closure that fits best. The most common style is a 2-button jacket with 1 button left undone, but this depends on personal preference. It is important that the blazer goes to your hips in a straight line, so make sure you can button the jacket up without any bunching or pulling. Also be sure to move your arms around and sit down to make sure your can comfortably move in the jacket without too much pull on the seams.SlacksPant pleats should always fall straight, without any horizontal pulling. Any outward pulling on the pleats is usually a sign that you need a bigger size. Choosing pants that properly fit in the waist is especially important for men who carry their weight in the stomach region. Some men also find that pants without pleats tend to provide a better fit. Also keep in mind that pleats may lie differently depending on the shoes you are wearing, so be sure you base your measurements off of what shoes you would actually wear with the dress suit.So for the style-conscious individual looking for big and tall menswear that does not compromise quality or fit, use these guidelines for choosing a dress suit that you not only love, but that will last for years. Of course fit matters no matter what size you are, but larger than average men need to take the time to find the right fit and not settle for a dress suit they can hardly move in. fmzds120508 armani suits navy mens suit


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