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When you need a new suit, you have lots of different options these days. There are more brands to choose from than ever before. This is great, but it can be a little overwhelming.

I want to help you choose the best option for your needs and budget. For the typical gentleman, here’s what I would suggest:

First, try to find something that fits well off the rack. Assume it will need a little tailoring, as this is totally normal with suits. Set aside $50-100 for basic alterations, such as getting the pants hemmed, sleeves shortened and jacket taken in.

If you can’t find anything that fits well enough off the rack, consider going custom. For most guys, this means made-to-measure. If money isn’t an issue - and/or you’re willing and able to invest in a great suit that you’ll wear for years - bespoke is definitely the way to go.

Prioritize companies that have showrooms (or fit shops) near you. It’s much better to go get your measurements taken, in person and by a professional, than to submit your own measurements.

If you can’t find a local option, it’s time to go the online MTM route. Of all the companies I’ve tried out, my experience has been with Oliver Wicks and Black Lapel.

If I had to pick, I’d choose Oliver Wicks. But please understand that I’ve had a lot of time to dial in my measurements with them. Black Lapel did a great job on the first (and only) suit they made for me.

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00:00 Introduction

00:33 1. Collar
You'll need to flip up the collar and look at the seam underneath. In a cheap suit, this seam will always be machine-made. So how can you tell it's a machine-made stitch? Usually, it's like a very regular triangle versus a handmade stitch is irregular.

01:19 2. Buttonholes
You can identify handmade buttonhole by flipping over the buttonhole from the back and if it's irregular, it is handmade. If it's machine-made, it is very very regular and it looks about the same as it doesn't in the front. That being said, you can also have a really crappy sewn handmade buttonhole which doesn't make for a nice suit.

02:45 3. Fabric Reserve
Why would you need one? If you want to alter your garment; it's always good to have extra fabric, otherwise, you cannot make anything bigger. On a cheap suit, the three and a half yards of fabric is probably the most expensive part in the entire suit and so manufacturers try to cut corners and minimize the use of fabric wherever they can.

03:50 4. Stitching
First, I look at how the lining is sewn into the sleeve at the end of the sleeve, if it's sewn in by hand it's likely a quality suit, if it's sewn in by machine, it's different. There are two kinds; on the one end you can have it sewn in so there is no flexibility and that's a very cheap suit, on the other hand, you can sew it in by machine with a stitch it is very loose and it's a better way and it's also what you get with a handmade stitch.

04:43 5. Buttons
Most cheap suits have plastic buttons. Sometimes the buttons look painted and it's because they are, on the other hand, I have also seen higher-end plastic buttons that are made to look like horn buttons and it's much more difficult to determine a difference. Sometimes you can take two buttons together and look for a specific sound, I find that works quite well.

05:59 6. Lining
Another great way to spot a cheap suit is by identifying if it's a polyester lining or not. Quality suits have linings made out of sometimes viscose which is less expensive. A higher-end option would be silk, sometimes you also see cotton, but very cheap suits have polyester lining or blends with polyester.

06:47 7. Outer Fabric Material
Most quality suits are made out of a hundred percent wool, the problem is, manufacturers can sometimes add one or two percent of an artificial fiber and still call it a hundred percent. In that case, you have to rely on the brand and look for a brand label.

08:00 8. Glued Or Fused Interlining?
When you have the suit in front of you, what you can do is you can take the upper layer of the fabric and pinch it with your finger. If you can actually remove this layer from the layer that's underneath a bit and you can still feel it, it means you have a suit with a canvas that was sewn; if that's not possible, it means you have a fused garment, sometimes a fused garment is also a lot stiffer especially if it's a cheaper suit so if something doesn't drape well and feels very plasticky and thick, it's probably a cheap suit.

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Today we're looking at ways you can spot a quality suit over a cheap suit. The last thing you want is to pick up a suit for $99 and call it good. Most suits in that price range (that aren't used or picked up at a consignment store) are made using polyester and glue. Meaning it will most likely be falling apart on you the following month.

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Now then! The main things I look for when I'm trying to identify a quality suit are as follows.

#1 - The Type of Fabric [ 1:08 ]

You really should be looking for suits that are AT THE VERY LEAST 100% wool anything less than that it no good in my book. Polyester as the fabric is probably the most common trait of a cheap suit. Not only does it not last as long but it also doesn't breath as well as wool. Meaning when you have to pack on those layers you'll be sweating up a storm!

#2 - Where The Fabric is From [ 1:31 ]

Generally if the fabric came from Asia its cheaper by nature. Try to make sure the fabric it self is from Italy, France, England or even the United States.

#3 - The Lining [ 2:07 ]

The lining is a big one!!! What we're looking for when inspecting the lining is glue. We want an inner lining that has been stitched together not glued together. If you don't see the stitching then chances are you have what's referred to as a fused interlining. Which is not only cheaper but eventually when that glue gives out you'll see these unappealing bubbles start to form beneath the material.

#4 - The Stitching [ 2:54 ]

Obviously the more hand stitching that goes into your suit the more premium and high quality it is. However, if you're looking to save some money this is one of the areas you'll probably have to make some slight compromises. Machine stitching is by no means on par with hand stitching but if you've made sure you have a half canvas and quality fabric you should be able to to get away with a suit that will still last you for a while.

#5 - The Details [ 3:52 ]

This can be a very broad area to cover depending on your price range and the style of suit. However, the most general details to always be aware of are the buttons, fraying fabric, and rounded corners.

- The Fabric [ 4:00 ]

This should ideally not be compromised before you've even purchased the suit. If it is then chances are you'll have some issues with durability down the line.

- The Buttons [ 4:13 ]

For the buttons you should avoid plastic if possible. Try and find buttons that are made from horn or even Corozo which is a nut that comes from the Corozo Palm.

- Rounded Corners [ 4:29 ]

- Rounded corners are by no means an absolute deal breaker. They do help you spot the additional time and care that was put into the suit though.

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Key differences between a $100 dollar suit and a $1000 dollar suit

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01:10 You can find it at Jos. A. Bank, H&M, Men’s Wearhouse, they’re all pretty similar
Basically, it is a completely machine-made suit that is sewn together in 2-3 hours max and there is no handwork whatsoever. When it comes to suits, hand sewing is better because it is more flexible and it adapts to your body more easily and so especially for a jacket, you always want more handwork.

01:42 Made of very cheap fabric and cheap lining
It's usually stretched polyester with nylon or other artificial fibers. The raw materials may be cotton or wool that go into that fabric are of the lowest quality possible. It simply is stiffer, less comfortable, and you're more prone to sweating in it.

02:19 Glued interlining
When you start out with fabric, you have a two-dimensional surface, in order to keep it in a three-dimensional shape, you need a second layer and the layer needs to be attached in a certain shape. For the $100 suit, this interlining is of very low quality and is glued to the fabric, that works in the beginning but it also acts as an insulator so you're much more likely to overheat and sweat.

03:19 Lack of attention to details.
For example, the buttonholes are first sewn and then cut not the other way around which means you see some fraying. The trimmings are usually low-quality, the buttons are plastic, the lining is polyester, and everything is made to remain low on the cost side but it also means low on the quality.

03:55 The cut can in theory, be as good as the one of a $1000 suit or a more expensive suit but in practice, that's really rarely the case.
More often than not, they're either very fashion-forward, with very skinny lapels and you can only wear them a year max, before they go out of fashion or they're simply old-fashioned and the cut is boxy and bulky and simply not favorable.

04:25 Inferior Pattern
The pattern is the same for everyone, there’s no custom element, and so it will never fit you perfectly. That aside, the $100 suit patterns are often not very refined.

04:54 Deep-cut armhole that restricts your movement
They usually have this 90% of all cases. In recent years, it has changed a little bit, sometimes they have adopted more modern cuts and they try to go with details such as working buttonholes, but in reality, they still use cheap buttonholes and it still looks cheap.

$1000 Suit

07:25 Quality can be hugely different for suits that cost $1,000
The time that goes into these suits can range from 8 hours to 30 hours so that's obviously a huge difference and you will also be able to feel that.

07:54 Show some amount of handwork.
They have decorative elements like hand-sewn buttonholes that look really nice, they use a silk thread that is shiny or a cotton thread, they may have machine-made buttonholes but it looks nice. They may have an interlining that is sewn in hand or a collar which makes it softer and fit better and make you look better.

08:45 Better Quality Fabric
You can get a decent quality cloth that lasts, is soft and comfortable on your skin and drapes well on your body.

09:00 Interlining& Construction
Has a half canvas or full canvas interlining. A half canvas is actually sewn to the fabric and it's usually made of materials such as horsehair or cotton or wool and that way, it's more breathable so you don't overheat. To save on cost, this form of interlining is only used on the upper part of your body such as your chest and it's glued at the bottom part of your jacket. Full canvas means that the interlining is sewn throughout your jacket and it's the best version you can get. At a thousand dollar price point, usually, these canvases are made by machine and not by hand.

This little secret has helped me save a lot of money and to get quality suits. When I walk into a store and look at suits, the first thing I do is I flap up the collar and look at the stitching. If it is machine-sewn, I move on especially at a vintage store. If it's hand-sewn, I take the jacket off and take a closer look. I do this because a hand-sewn collar indicate a very high quality. If the collar is hand-sewn, chances are, it's a high-quality garment and it deserves a second look and you can use the hallmarks I described in this video to identify if you should buy it or not.
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