A well-fitted suit is an essential element of a man's wardrobe. Whether worn at formal events, business meetings or casual occasions, a smart suit exudes refined style. However, with so many options available on the market, choosing the perfect suit can be difficult. In this article, we will look at the important points to consider when buying a suit, including size, colour and accessories.

Size Matters

The first thing to consider when buying a suit is the fit. A suit that is too loose or too tight may not look good and may even affect your self-confidence level. It is very important to know your body measurements before buying a suit. Have it measured professionally or measure yourself at home with a tape measure. Make sure to measure your chest, waist, hips and inseams. After taking your measurements, look at the size chart on our product page and choose the size closest to yours.

Colour Selection

Choosing the right colour is just as important as finding the right match. For versatility and timeless appeal, you can opt for classic colours such as navy blue, charcoal, cream or grey. Black suits are best reserved for formal events. Bold individuals can play with patterned or boldly coloured suits to add personality to their style. However, it is important to remember that the colour of your suit should also complement your skin tone.

Smart Accessories

Accessories can make or break the look of a suit. Complete your suit with a matching tie, pocket square and belt. Match the colour and pattern of your accessories to your suit and choose quality materials that reflect your personality. A tasteful watch and quality shoes also add elegance to your outfit. Remember, the key to accessorising is to keep it simple.


Comfort should never be sacrificed for style. Especially when you wear the suit for a long time, remember that it will be in contact with your skin for a long time. Therefore, make sure that your suit is produced with quality fabrics. Consider the climate as well. Lightweight fabrics such as cotton or linen are ideal for warmer climates, while wool or tweed suits are ideal for colder weather.


Finally, ready-made suits may not fit you perfectly, so it is very important to make adjustments to achieve a stylish and classic look. Focus on sleeve and trouser lengths, waist adjustments and overall slimness. *For Novo Suit's paid and personalised alteration service, you can email us after your order.

In conclusion, buying a suit requires attention to detail. Make sure you get the perfect size, complement your skin tone with the right colour, use smart accessories and prioritise comfort. By keeping these points in mind, you can be sure that you will attract attention and dress impressively in any situation. Do not forget to review our suit collection for a perfect suit preference.

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