Since 1902, J Press Men’s Clothing has been serving up suits, blazers and formalwear for every occasion. Offering a wide variety of suits (in a variation of navy’s and grays) in 100% merino wool and cashmere, a basic suit here starts at $750. For the ultimate gentlemen at heart, J Press Men’s Clothing has a great selection of accessories to go with their suits including dapper looking cufflinks, belts, ties and lapel clips; perfect for achieving the ultimate chic look. With four locations (New York, Boston, and Washington) J Press Men’s Clothing seasoned staff provides impeccable service and attention-to-deal; leaving you looking sharp from head to toe. 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.
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