In the realm of suits and tuxedos, the words 'custom' and 'bespoke' are often misused. Some custom suit companies sell products as custom when in reality they are made-to-measure or off-the-rack suits. Here is a guide that breaks down what a exactly a custom suit is, and if it's right for you.
Prom season is nearly here and it's time to get ready! While you're probably thinking about planning a great after party, getting a limo, and most importantly who to ask, you definitely want to spend some time deciding what you're going to wear. To make sure you're current on the most recent styles (and to make sure you don't choose a prom suit that's so last year), we've put together the ultimate guide to the latest prom trends.
Many people purchasing suits and tuxedos for the first time automatically assume that any old dress shirt will do just fine with whatever outfit or jacket they choose. This is, of course, far from accurate. If you are the type of person who is not so familiar with the unspoken rules of proper attire, fear not, as we will be able to give you a thorough rundown of the different shirt styles, which ones pair best with different suits, and how to keep yourself looking professional, dapper, and fabulous for any event.
The last time you went out shopping for a custom suit, you may have come across mentions of different suit styles, and whether they fall into the American, British or Italian category. In this article, we aim to clear up any confusion that circulate about these suit categories, and how to spot the differences yourself as you may come across them in the wild.
If you're no stranger to formal events, weddings, and important business meetings, it is probably very easy for you to tell the difference between a suit and a tuxedo, and when and where which one is appropriate. But considering how many different dress code variations exist—and that's not even counting the subtleties of local and regional standards—the lines between what is a suit and what is a tuxedo can get a little blurry sometimes, hours of champagne toasts aside.
By going out of your comfort zone just a little bit, you might surprise yourself and look even more stunning than those around you who take the safe route with a solid black suit. The right patterns and the right colors can go quite a long way in bringing out your own personal style that you may not have known you had.
When it comes to looking stylish in a suit, the devil is almost always in the details, and by following some of our pointers you'll be able to shine through in a crowd without having to commit any fashion faux pas to do so.
Buying a custom suit online isn't quite as easy as choosing the product, clicking the "Order" button, and waiting for delivery. There are certain things that a customer needs to understand first before making the final purchase. Here at Enzo Custom, we want our clients to have the best comfort and superior fit possible when they receive their custom suits. Here, you can find some helpful pointers to ensure that your shopping experience goes off without a hitch.
We have put together a guide to modern office dress in order to help you better understand the business casual dress code. So sit back and learn more about the history, discover the key components to a business casual wardrobe, and get up to speed on the unwritten ground rules you need to abide.
You have likely come across the black-tie dress code at some point in your life. It is the standard in semi-formal evening attire. But what exactly does that mean? When do you need to rigidly stick to a black-tie dress code? When can you bend the rules a little? We’ve put together the ultimate guide to the black-tie dress code so you’ll be able to nail the look for yourself.
It might seem like a suit is good enough for every occasion. But there are certain times where you might need a tuxedo. If you’re confused about the difference between a tux and a nice suit, here's a guide made just for you!
Sure, you could look handsome in an off-the-rack suit that fits reasonably well. But if you end up standing next to other gentlemen wondering why their suits blow yours out of the water, they’re most likely wearing custom suits. Here are six reasons why you should choose a custom suit over an off-the-rack option.