Choosing the right suit to fit you and match your personality, no matter the occasion or event – is extremely important for any man. You should definitely feel comfortable in your suits and know how different styling options can affect your look. Whether for work, weddings, formal occasions or just to look dapper, having the right suit is an important style choice. 

There’s a wealth of options out there, and although spending more isn’t always the better option, it’s important to understand the advantages of investing in a high quality suit. So here are a few picks of the best suits for men this year.


This blue business suit from Chester Barrie features a self-tone gingham check pattern. It exudes an intellectual, professional style and should be on your list if you’re looking to impress at the office. Although the cut is relatively fitted, there should be plenty of breathing room for different body types.


This HUGO by Hugo Boss check suit is a solid budget option if you’re shopping around for a reliable, versatile look that won’t break the bank. Constructed from virgin wool fabric, this ‘C-Ryan/C-Win’ two piece gets the job done. Cut for a slim fit, the lined single-breasted jacket has a two-button front. The flat-front trousers feature clip-and-hook fastening and two welt pockets on the back.


You can always count on Maison Margiela to help you stand out, and this suit with a black twill blazer is no exception. It isn’t cheap and is certainly not one you’d be wearing every day of the week. But if you’re looking for a high quality statement suit, this is it. Detailing includes a notched lapel collar and double-breasted front button closure. With tonal stitching throughout, the trousers also feature pleating on both the front and back.


This Italian-made Paris suit from Dsquared2 strikes a nice balance between smart and casual, giving you the ability to dress up with a collar and boots – or down with a T-shirt and sneakers. That’s thanks to the easy-to-wear wool blazer, which has a notched lapel collar and two buttons up front. It also features a welt pocket on the chest and flap pockets at the waist. The slim-fit trousers have four-pocket detailing and unfinished hems at the cuffs. This is all finished with tonal stitching to give a sharp but relaxed look.


When you want to look dapper, go for a sharp three-piece suit. This ‘Novan’ from Hugo Boss is cut from virgin wool for comfort and has a clean-cut profile. While the three-piece suit can be a little over the top in everyday settings, such as at the office, they get bonus versatility points because you can simply leave the waistcoat out when you need to.