Primer’s Visual Guide to Understanding Common Suit Features

Understanding common suit features infographic title
Common button options for suits diagram
Suit lapels: Notch, shawl, peak
Suit sleeves - surgeons cuff, low and high armholes on suit
Suit vents diagram comparison
Darts and vents on a suit diagram
Diagram of options for suit pockets and pants options
Materials, colors, and patterns for suits
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Andrew founded Primer in 2008 and brings 15+ years of men's style expertise. Known for his practical, relatable approach to style and self-development, he has been a recognized speaker at conferences and has styled work for top brands. Off-duty, he loves photography & editing, and enjoys road trips with his dog, Leela. Raised in rural Pennsylvania, educated in DC, and living in LA for nearly 20 years, Andrew's diverse experiences shape the relatable and real-world advice that has helped millions through Primer. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.