The mens suits vests is a rare outfit these days as the two piece suit has acquired the market. The mens suits consists of a single breasted jacket, a waistcoat and trousers made from the same material and lining. This in and out of style regularly makes it distinct when worn well.
The designer tuxedo vests makes a man look with a distinct sense of style and can assume that he will be the one wearing this vested suit at most occasions. The single unbroken stretch of the suit fabric from ankles to the shoulder gives a smooth drape of the cloth making the man look handsome and balanced.
Vests are the hard garment to fit properly if the tailors are not well experienced. An experienced tailor will first try to make the jacket and the shirt to have a fair idea of the waistcoat or vest.
For tuxedo with vest or dinner jackets the waistcoat are often created backless for comfort factor and feature a simple strap at the back rather than full span of cloth. All the parts of vest need not be tight fitted like the bottom portion should be long enough to completely cover the waistband of the pants. Any visible portion of the shirt around the waist will destroy the look of the suit.
The top of the vest should be high enough to be visible when the jacket is buttoned. An inch or two is fine but the vets leave lot of space for the necktie to be visible. The neckline should be broad enough so that the fabric of the vest does not cover the collar of the shirt.
The formal style of the waistcoat is that the tie should be few inches visible as discussed above but the bulky ties may create a bulge in front of the vest and should be avoided.
There are also fashions of wearing unmatched waistcoats with the jacket like dark green with brown suits or brown vest with navy blue suits etc. So long as the contrast is not so bright the unmatched waistcoat is accepted and sometimes attractive. For this reason the bright colors should not be worn as waistcoat which the rental outlets frequently provide.
The style of keeping the last button of the vest unbuttoned is also fashion but it is not necessary to keep the last button unbuttoned rather one should button it.
The vest also comes as lapeled ones with higher neckline than the non lapeled one. The lapel one gives a classic and old style look when a man takes off the jacket. The collar and lapel defines the face but the most common ones are without lapels with lower neckline. This form is worn in many three piece suit .
The vest can also be combined with other outfits in a number of ways like mixing it with blazers or sport coats and jeans.
The vest can be worn if a man carries oneself without a jacket. The fashions are always changing and the fashion prevalent in early centuries can also be worn today if changed a little bit accordingly and if one can carry oneself. The timeless style of the mens suits vests should be experimented whether or not it becomes a staple of the wardrobe.