Wear a Suit, She’ll Love You For It

[written by ANNE LAW]

Let’s not even joke about this topic. Guys, you’re not kids anymore. It’s time to finally don that suit and straighten that tie and rule the world looking effortlessly classy.

Because really if you want to rule the world you need to look like this:

This classy bastard. Look at him.
This guy. Look at him. Look at the bastard.

See that stunning grace that seeps out of this man’s pores? Yes, you can do that too. Don’t shake your head and turn away because you know, deep in your heart, that you can look that good. And really it’s simple.

The benefits of a formal suit is tremendously large, and really there is no downside to wearing panty-dissipating clothing other than being absolutely gorgeous. Because a suit, even worn badly, is still in essence a suit.

That being said, invest in a good quality suit. And by ‘quality’ I mean tailor-made. (haha, Taylormade, tailor-made…does anyone get it? No? Okay.) Yes, you can buy a cheap one-size-fits-most at Jusco, but really, a tailored suit makes all the difference. Suit sizes are delicate things. They’re meant to enhance a man’s body gracefully just as how a good dress shows all the good parts and conceals the bad parts on a woman. Sure, it might “fit” you as how a t-shirt fits you but chances are, it’s wrong. The sleeves may be a bit too short or the shoulder-width too large and then you end up looking like you’re just a boy wearing his dad’s suit. Which does not work. Unless by some form of genetic miracle you have the same body size and structure as your dad then you’re one lucky bastard.

Suits are an investment. You’re dead wrong if you think you don’t need one. Dead wrong. You always need a suit. There is no shame in breaking out the black suit and red tie even for a school event. Hell, you’ll be remembered as the classy bugger whom the girls all checked out and secretly wished that man was theirs. On a more practical side, you’ll definitely need a suit to step into the working world, and the quality of your suit (as well as how well you tie your tie) is a major factor. Walk into the interview room with a frumpy, ill-fitting suit and you’re just another fresh grad waiting to be eaten by the old dogs in the room. Walk in with a sleek suit and a nice smile and you know you won’t be spilling your superior’s coffee all over it.

And it’s irresistible to women. I speak on behalf of the female population. If you wear a good suit we’re bound to eye you maybe 2 seconds longer, because it’s just that delicious.

Side note: the Suits series is awesome. Watch it.

So what are you waiting for? Go out and suit up!

By ETC. Magazine

ETC. Online is the Taylor’s University online campus magazine, entirely operated by students of Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus. The ETC. online magazine is an offshoot of ETC. Magazine, a club run by TULC students and supported by the university.

4 replies on “Wear a Suit, She’ll Love You For It”

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Thanks for magnificent info I was looking for this information for my mission.

I am one of the few people who looks ugly when I am wearing a suit and tie because I am fat. I’m trying to lose weight so my suits will fit me so well and it will look good too but it’s just hard. And after reading this post, I regained my self-esteem and I will definitely wear suits and tie more often because I want to be remembered as the fat but classy guy in the crowd.

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