Man Fashion: Recession Suit?

12:19 AM Contributed by JW


While I was tried to look for some men fashion updates, this report attracted my attention. Yes, RECESSION SUIT. I was wondering what was this recession suit all about. This was basically talked about what you dressed to work a couple of years ago compared to current economy situation. This thing came to my mind was shopping for budget suit and accessories of course! To my surprise, the story told the other way. You might have come to work in khakis and a sports jacket. But today, in these uncertain economic times, you will taking no chances. Mens Suits One of the commerce graduate, who recently landed his first full-time job as an account executive at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, promptly shelled out $1,500 for three suits, two shirts and two ties. (Wow! this is consider big bill to me) Recession Suit The reason was with the economy, he doesn't feel as safe as it probably would have a couple of years ago. Equally, Mens stores are stocking up on tailored clothing, moving mens suits to the front of the shop and khakis to the back, and trimming prices as career apparel becomes a silver lining in the $5.2-billion men's wear sector – a tough segment at the best of times because men shop less than women. Despite their relatively high prices, men suits are again becoming something of a necessity, rather than just a discretionary purchase. Mens Suit So have you rush out to get yourself a designer men suit, to look professional and to feel like you've got your act together, especially in a this downturn recession?
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