I have been known to wear suits for a variety of reasons including work, weddings, charity events, and more. Here are some of my favorites from a few different collections.
I wear suits when I want to be as formal as possible. I guess what I really mean is that I like to make suits that look like the way I think they should. So while I am not entirely without fashion sense, I am a lot more on the style side of things.
There are plenty of other reasons for wearing suits in the first place. Maybe you work in a high-tech company and you want to put on a suit and look professional. Maybe your company owns a fancy hotel or you own a high end apartment building, and you want to wear a suit while you’re visiting the building. Some of these reasons are obvious, but some are just more subtle (e.g. the hotel and apartment building).
One of those is that a suit is a way of dressing that you don’t have to think about. We all know we have to wear a suit every day, but it’s a part of being human. Its purpose is to make you feel better about yourself.
One of the most notable things about a suit is that it is a symbol of power and authority. If you wear a suit, you can be a powerful force in your company because you are wearing a suit. This is why people like to wear business suits. In the US, business suits are the uniform of the CEO/President. It is in vogue to wear business suits in France because it is considered to be the “correct” way to dress.
The French government has decreed that the CEOPresident should sport a suit that shows off his considerable power. But despite the rules, it is still very popular to wear business suits. A common question is “how do you get a suit from someone in Paris?” and the usual answer is “business suit sales.” So we are seeing plenty of suits in France. If you’re lucky you might find a shop in Paris that sells suits.
This is a short list of some of the more popular suits in France. For instance, a pair of business suit jackets with a button-up front (actually a pair of business suit jacket button-up buttons) would look cute, but you can’t really call them business suits because they are all too expensive and don’t look fancy. Also, the buttons are too short and look too expensive to fit in a pair of business suits.
If you can find a suit that is comfortable and fits you well, you should be good to go. If you cant find one, try another suit in the men’s section. Or if you are in Paris, try the women’s section.
Yeah, you can wear a suit in France. But only if you have the money to buy a suit. And even then, you can choose a different one every day. Paris is definitely a good place to go if you want to be “different.
Paris is considered the ultimate fashion capital of the world, and to be honest, most of the women in the world are quite happy to wear a suit.