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Atlanta’s New Suit Supply Tailors Men’s Suit For A Dapper Custom-Made Look

The launch of Suit Supply’s first southern location attracted some of Atlanta’s most well-dressed men.

By Patrice Worthy  |  June 19, 2014

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All donning spring suits, men showed off their style as they stepped out for the fashionable celebration. Clarence Simpson, a sales associate at Suit Supply in Buckhead Atlanta, says this season making a personal statement with your suit is essential. “When it comes to a man’s suit the diva comes out,” Simpson says. “Men are sensitive about their suits. This season the classics are back in style, which allows men to focus on the pocket squares, socks, ties and lapel pins.”

Suitsupply Atlanta Launch

Credit: Images by Robin Lori

This season is all about neutrals which make, accessorizing important, especially in the South, where the warm seasons are an excuse to dress in bright shades of yellow, pink and lavender.

“Spring is bright colors, but the suit and jackets this season are neutral. The light gray suit is big this season. Jackets and pants are in shades of white, blue and brown,” Simpson says. “The Oxford white shirt is back and neutral jacket or washed pant paired with a blue oxford shirt is a good look for spring.”

Suitsupply Atlanta Launch

Credit: Images by Robin Lori

Accessories give men the freedom to incorporate spring colors trends to complete the look, but Simpson says it’s about feeling as if you were made to wear the suit, which depends on the fit. At Suit Supply, there is an in-house tailor who customizes each piece for patrons, resulting in a polished look for the gentlemen on the go.

“Men are focusing on fit now,” Simpson says. “The double-breasted jacket is back in and is being worn among tastemakers in New York and Chicago. You know when a man wears a double-breasted jacket he is serious because the fit has to be so precise.”

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