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Weddings are a very popular time for the three piece suit. They denote a class of authority and in terms of formality are certainly a step up from the two piece. The addition of the waistcoat will certainly set you aside from other suit wearers.
The waistcoat, then, is a perfect addition that you can wear or not wear accordingly. If you need to present to peers, if youre hosting an event, if youre getting married, if you want to impress clients, any occasion that you need to have the edge on, the waistcoat lends itself to very neatly.
So, how to rock this undervalued garment!?
The most typical and by far the safest option is the single breasted waistcoat to go with the most popular suit jacket choice, the single breasted, two button.
However, what can be a nice change is the double breasted waistcoat. The more buttons you have, 4, 6, 8 or 10, the less tie will show.
4 and 6 button double breasted waistcoats may be better suited to the 2 button jacket and the 8 and 10 button double breasted waistcoats may be better suited to the 3 button jacket.
Either way, once you have one youll be googling pocket watches....
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