I don't mind wearing a suit, I think i look damn good in one, but i've never had one fit me right so in other words i'v never had anything other than something of the shelf. I need to get a proper one for sure.
I attend the massive majority of my social & professional occasions suited, but only wear a tie for weddings, funerals, or black-tie. Unfortunately not only do many people not realize how important it is to dress correctly for a specific occasion, they have no idea how to dress correctly. It someone's going to wear a suit it has to be done correctly or they not only look ridiculous, but frequently cause offence to others.
Some examples which have made me shake my head in dismay include: mismatching belt & shoes, belt instead of braces with a waistcoat, matching handkerchief with shirt &/or tie (the only acceptable match is white), 'comedy' ties, but worst of all, without any exception is
A suit jacket with jeans! This is like seeing a four year old pretending to dress up like an adult. It would be funny if it wasn't so sad. I can almost understand it in the country because not everyone has tweeds, but for an adult in town it's a sad joke. It just occurred to me, it's even sadder than Don Johnson in Miami Vice in the '80s - at least he got paid to dress like that.
every day. at work, at the university, at clubs. all the time. but at uni the casual combination with hoody under the jacket, but the shirt instead of a tshirt i wear only at big events.
i dont even own a jeans anymore, but 7 different pinstripes
i also wear it to mow the lawn
I normally don't like them, they are uncomfortable and I feel weird in them, but then I heard this phrase, I think from "How I met Your Mother" that said suits are supposed to be comfortable, and if your's is not, then you are not wearing the right suit.
Then a door opened upon we, and there it lay a world were suits and comfortableness could live together in harmony... ahh, what a nice dream.
So yeah, when I improve my student-budget, I'll try to find some good suits that really fits me.
I have to wear a uniform for work, so I try to dress really relaxed on my few days off. I don't mind dressing up, I just rarely have a reason, and after getting off a 72 or 96 hour shift, I don't feel like wearing a tux.