When looking for a business suit, it is best to stay with classics. Trends will come and go and you want to invest in a great business suit that will last you quite a while. Even if you are looking to wear a business suit for each day of the week; quality is better than quantity. You can always change your blouse and add different accessories. You do not necessarily need more than four or five business suits. It is best to choose a color that falls into the classic categories. These will be black, navy, tan and grey. If you do decide for a business suit that is not a solid color, it may be best to go with a thin pin stripe or even a plaid that is not over powering. Remember, you want to wear the suit; you do not want the suit to wear you.
Remember to go with quality. Polyester or a business suit with a high amount of polyester will look cheap. It is best to go with a business suit that has some wool in it. Think twice about buying a business suit that needs dry cleaning. If you do decide to go that way, make sure that having it dry-cleaned and affording it will not be an issue for you. The last thing that you want is to have a fantastic wardrobe and that one day find yourself with nothing to wear because they are all dirty. The best looking suit in the world will look terrible if it is wrinkled. While you are in the store, crinkle the suit in your hands and see if it wrinkles. If it does, put it back on the rack. You want a business suit that will not clearly show when you sat down or moved.
Remember to try, try and try. You should try a variety of different business suits, so that you can find the one that best suits you! Not all business suits are made the same. You will want to experiment with different lengths and styles until you find one that you are comfortable in. Make sure that you like it with the shoes that will be worn with it, that you feel comfortable walking in it and that you feel comfortable sitting in it. The sitting test is very important, as most of us will be sitting at our desks for the majority of the day. You want to be sure that it feels good and comfortable to move your arms when you type and that it is easy to cross your legs or change positions. Loose is best. You want a business suit that flows. You want it to flow over any bumps and give a classic look of a sleek, professional worker.