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Wearing a suit, no matter how infrequently your life may require it, always seems to beg the question: Who could be responsible for creating something so torturous? The combination of a trouser, jacket, possibly a vest, and traditionally a suffocating necktie is enough to make you feel like you’re being carted off to an asylum in a straitjacket. Indeed, there are days when it does feel just plain crazy to be forced to wear such an irritating invention. Ironically, men’s suits were created for comfort. They represent a 17th century departure from the elaborate, jewel-adorned formal wear that men traditionally wore during the Victorian Era. In the subsequent Regency Period of the early 1800s, British sartorial sovereign extraordinaire Beau Brummell is credited with establishing a men’s suit with a necktie as the standard for smart dressing. Since then, the suit has followed a variety of evolutionary paths with many (thankfully) ending in at least near-extinction. The nudie suit, an embroidered, rhinestone-covered creation a la Elvis Presley in his latter Vegas years, is a good example of just how bad a suit can get. While trends change over time, all suits should be considered in terms of the cut, button closure, lapels, and venting of the jacket. In the previous part we considered casual style of dressing for the office Christmas party. But if you want to look neatly and elegant for this special occasion, you should choose a more sophisticated outfit. You should appeal to the conservative style while choosing one garment over another. Dark suit combined with compliment shirt , tie and shoes should become a great way to show your respectability and seriousness.
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