Suited for success.

When you want to make a first-rate impression, nothing beats your best suit. Now make sure the details are right: clean tie, coordinated pocket-square, cuffs showing just about ¾ inch. Always brush for lint with a fabric brush, or a sticky lint remover. Clean, shined shoes? Make sure your trousers have a proper hem — pants should rest on the top of the shoe with a small “break ” and should only be shorter if the pants have a cuff. Remember, professional alterations are almost always a good investment on an off-the rack suit.