It is important to keep in mind that suit retail stores are often required to sell wholesale suits as a single unit. This allows manufacturers keep down costs by allowing wholesale suits to be bought in typical size increments. This benefits consumers by letting them avoid the custom pricing that comes from having a suit personally designed to suit their frames. For the minimal cost of a little additional tailoring you can have a quality suit that fits you exactly.
Itís important to understand that, typically, all designers build their suits with one particular body type in mind. If there is a mismatch between what the manufacturer is designing for and the body of the man wearing the suit, then the results can be unusually disastrous. If for example the gentleman has broad shoulders and a narrower than normal waist then the general body type the designer was designing for might not apply. In this instance, buying a suit separate can be less expensive and provide you with more versatility than the purchase of an entire outfit. This also provides you with a valuable alternative to using the services of a tailor which can involve additional cost and time allowances for making adjustments.
While this might not be recommended for a vested suit which requires a certain uniformity throughout the entire outfit, this approach is perfect for the man who doesnít fit in any one particular box. Why try to make yourself fit into something that is not designed for your specific figure? Why not find the separates that fit you perfectly and flatter you to a T? Unfortunately, some men allow themselves more leeway when choosing their neckties than when picking out the suit it will be going with. Donít be afraid to shop for the suit that will fit you exactly how you need it to. Shop with confidence. Youíll be thankful for it later.