If you are a man that wears suits a lot and has to appear formal regularly, then you must have a grey suit. Grey suits are one of richest suits you can have, they give you a lot of attitude and character. Grey suits look great with all skin tones, they are suitable for all occasions, whether it is a work meeting or even a wedding. Grey suits are available in different grey color degrees; like grey tweed, light grey, dark grey, platinum grey, grey sharkskin, grey mohair, or silver. Silver suits have a similar advantage to black suits, they can go with almost all colors. Grey degrees can suits almost all colors, you can keep changing the buttoned shirt and tie on the same suit, and feel like it is a new one. Grey suits can be plain, or can be striped or plaid with different styles and colors of the stripes or plaids. Grey color is available in all suit types, giving you a wide variety to choose your favorite suit type.
There was once a time when the double breasted suits were associated with mobsters and big bankers, but those times have changed and the baggage that the double breasted suit had is no more. The 13th and 14th century were the ages when buttons were the new deal and everyone was experimenting with styles and variations of the button holes. When someone created an extra row of buttons just for decorative purpose thus came about the naval reefer jacket which was the ancestor of the suit we know today as the double breasted suit. These suits were made for men with larger frames and had a somewhat boxier cut.
Black is a favorite color among men. For generations, men have been wearing suits, tuxedos and neckties which are black in color. In every man’s wardrobe, you will definitely see one black suit. Black is a very versatile color.