The three-piece suit (also called a “vested suit”) in its entirety is more traditional than the common two-piece suit as the three-piece suit was the standard before the 1960s. The vested suit greatly increases the wear-ability of the suit because a man can wear the jacket and trousers without the vest, or all three pieces together, or the trousers and vest for when he is at his work desk for example.
Three-piece suits are a great option for a man looking to add a touch of formality. Your vest should usually match your suit, and should always be worn with a necktie. An open collar is too informal for a full three-piece suit. A suit with an unmatched vest is a rare and more casual look, rarely seen nowadays. Well up until now.
Traditional Grey Three Piece Suit
Expect to see men sporting the three-piece suit, waistcoat and all. The revamp collections of the three-piece suit has got exciting. Trussardi’s Fall/Winter collection has a race car drivers inspirational flare. Its patterned three-piece suits rock for this winter.
Dolce and Gabbana the unstoppable Italian duo has chosen velvet as the fabric star in tailoring sets of three-piece suits in bold colours such as red or burgundy. But they still sell their traditional classic collections in very dark colours.
One refreshing element to the latest suits is that the jacket is the key dominant factor. So if it’s all too much ditch the waistcoat and wear the jacket on its own. Men’s suit fashion has not looked this good in years.
The clear safe winner is James Bond himself as Daniel Craig wears the traditional grey three-piece suit in the latest Bond movie. Ashton Kutcher likes to mix the fabrics and styles which looks very edgy.
Trussardi, three-piece suits. Bring back the 70’s
Justin Timberlake, Daniel Craig, Ashton Kutcher wearing three-piece suits
How chic is this 3 piece suit for 2012
Ana Locking 2012 and the hot red suit is D&G
David Gandy always wears 3 piece suits
Aubin & Wills three-piece suit