/fa/ doesn't know shit about formal wear, do they?
I need to get a good first suit but am hesitant to ask here because /fa/ board culture is hypebeast fag shit.
Navy suits are nice, if they dont fit well take them to a taylor, helps a lot.
If you're tall and slender, a slim fit black so,ple suit will do wonders to your image (unless you're literally ugly face wise) and a nice tie to complement the suit, a slim one as well, those are trendy for a while now, like a blue one or so, but dont cheap out and buy those with clips or whatever, go to an actually store that sells ties and ask for opinions and advice, they'll usually even help you decide based on the suit you bought.
For shoes, a simple yet rounded shoe or a pointy one is enough for a suit, doesn't need to be 2000000000000 dollars shoes, just some regular cheap crap is good enough really. Even if they wear off quickly, so what, they're cheap.
May I ask what you want the suit for?
Just need a good all-around suit for job interviews, formal events, conferences, etc...
I'm a manlet (5'10), and basically have an SLP silhouette, I'm a skeltal.
I've been told charcoal is the best starter for if you're going to have a one-size-fits-all suit, and that it's better than navy if you have an incredibly pale complexion? I'm ghost white with very light hair/blue eyes.
I'm so think that I've resigned I'll need to get a custom tailored suit, but I don't want to walk in to a tailor for a fitting with no idea about fits and cuts.
I'm so thin*
I'm trying to keep a budget of around 1,000$. I basically just need to know what to ask about/recommend to a tailor beyond slim lappel's.
Basically my silhouette is this without as narrow shoulders. I weigh 130lbs at most.
A blue navy suit would do wonders with your blue eyes then anon. Plus it's really friendly for job interviews. Im not a great addept of charcoal myself but hey, just different tastes.
And like, dont be afraid of knowing nothing about cuts, it's the taylors job to measure you, measure you in the suit and see how it looks best while you give permition looking in the mirror.
If it's for interviews depending on where you're going a slim suit might be a pretty bad idea.
Boomers are still doing a lot of the interviewing in this world and they aren't particularly big fans of that look. You can end up losing any chance at the job just because the guy interviewing automatically labelled you as a fag. Stay conservative.