Weddings and funerals are pretty much the only occasions for men to don a suit these days, and few and far between are the businesses that require their employees to don tailored trousers and a jacket to do their job.
The men’s suit has gone the way of the dinosaur, and it appears that there are many reasons for this. Companies are increasingly opting to relax their dress codes and fashions have changed dramatically, which has led to a rise in casualwear and the demise of the suit.
An economic decision
In some cases, the demise of the suit has been due to economic conditions. There is no denying that a suit is expensive and there is nothing that looks worse than a cheap suit. Investing in Farah shirts, chinos, and even decent jeans has become the preferred alternative and men no longer have to shell out huge sums for work suits. They also don’t have to pay dry cleaning bills, which is another huge advantage.
A matter of comfort
Even the best-cut suit is not that comfortable, with companies realizing this. They have relaxed their dress codes to make their employees more comfortable, and it shows. Farah …