If there’s a movie in recent times which has edified the statement “Manners maketh man.”, with wit and humour may we add, it’s got to be the Kingsman series. But first, why are we talking about the movie? Well, we have a good reason.
The lead actors in the film anchor it in style with immaculately tailored suits and their suave personalities. But, what makes a suit truly unique? How does it change the face of the game? Here is our take on it.
HOW DO SUITS MAKETH A MAN?
- When you wear a great suit, it clearly states that you mean business. It also reflects your desire to stand out from those around you.
- Wearing a suit makes you feel confident which in turn influences the perceptions others will have of you.
- A great suit, with all its perfect features from the lapel to the closure – shows your quest for attention to detail.
- Wearing a suit isn’t commonplace and such a choice sets a benchmark for those around you.
To help drive these points home, let’s look at some of the most popular celebrities we know, in and out of their suited-up avatars:
From a laid-back bloke off-screen to an on-screen persona that defines a 21st century capitalist, Cumberbatch does it effortlessly with the help of a suit.
A polo T-shirt can be worn for most occasions but dressing up in a suit certainly makes the difference, even for George Clooney! Delectable style has a name.
Smart and versatile as always, Tom Hiddleston shows that you can be both ‘low-key’ and blaze the red carpet in style.
How could we miss adding Colin Firth to this list? Nonchalant yet effortlessly stylish on his off-duty days while playing the quintessential gentleman (with tricks up his sleeves) in the Kingsman films.
Last but not the least, Taron Egerton transitions easily from casual to a ready-for-business look.
WHERE DO YOU BEGIN?
We agree that a simple shirt, a pair of jeans and the appropriate shoes is a smart ensemble. But what if you went that extra mile and traded all that for a printed shirt, a matching pair of shoes and a well-tailored suit? Play it easy and start slow, we say. Unless you’d prefer to jump right into the game with a 3-piece suit.