Tips to buy a men’s suits

For men, a good suit is very essential. So how to buy a great suit? We will suggest you some guide to buy a nice suit.
It's all in the below details...

Flower Loop:

Stitched by hand under the collar to hold the base of the flower that few men ever wear anymore, it's the kind of detail that shows the tailor cares on tradition. And tradition, in matters of tailoring, is a good thing for a great suit.

Hand-Stitched Sleeve Lining:

A sure sign the shoulder will fit closely and comfortably. Check the inside seam where the arm meets the body: If it's been sewn by hand, you will see barely perceptible creases or pleats where the two cloths come together.

Hand-Finished Interior Pocket:

Check the inside left breast pocket: If it's set off by strips of the external fabric of your suit, which means it's been reinforced, so it's better able to stow your wares without drooping.
Hidden Pocket:

It's a credit-card-sized compartment that conceals valuable possessions right next to your family jewels. Beyond useful, believe us, especially if you are walking the shadier streets of suit maker Isaiah’s hometown of Naples.

Vented Pleats:

This subtle fold up falls just below the internal waistband and ensures a good fit. It also helps prevent tucked-in shirts from bagging or slipping out.

So make clear this details about the suits, you can buy a good suit more easily.