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The 7 Deadly Sins of Style Sin #1: The Bad Fit

Since 1974, Sal Lauretta for Men has been creating custom-fitted men's clothing in the classic European tradition.

Most men buy suits and shirts that are between one and two sizes too large for their body. Tight fitted clothing is identified as being uncomfortable. Having tailored clothing will make you look both professional and well put together. Men’s clothing is generally designed to fit the average body type. Most department stores pay in-house tailors to fit their customer’s individual body and style.

Having fitted clothing will be comfortable for the wearer and it is also more attractive than a baggy or too snug fitted suit. As said by Real Men Real Style, “No one is flattered by clothes that look like a loose sack, or that wrinkle and pinch tightly at the joints.” 

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