NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mohan's Custom Tailors, which designs clothing for sports, entertainment, business and political leaders, said a significant fashion trend this spring will be the return of the three-piece suit no matter which profession a man pursues.
The general return to formal dressing and versatility of the three-piece suit are the keys to its popularity. It also helps that it is an economical garment. Its multiple pieces add to the number of days it can be worn during the week.
"Men today are stretched more thinly than at any time in history," said Mohan's Founder and Owner Mohan Ramchandani. "Increasing demands at home coupled with continued economic doldrums mean that we have to be in several different places at once. What better piece of clothing to rely on than a suit which can be worn in a variety of ways: as a three-piece, as a two-piece, or just a vest. The vest can even be worn with a different set of slacks or jeans. There are a variety of mix and matches."
Vests are experiencing a resurgence thanks to being worn so well by Leonardo DiCaprio in the hit films The Great Gatsby and The Wolf of Wall Street.
The three-piece suit also travels very well. It allows a man to carry one less suit on a trip, since different shirts can be worn in combinations with the jacket and the vest.
The difference between the current revival of the three-piece and its popularity in the past is the colors. While it was once a key symbol of 1980s Wall Street success, when dark shades were preeminent, lighter shades are the current rule.
"Some people don't like the dark blues and greys of yesteryear," said Ramchandani. "Colors now in fashion are royal blue, light grey, tan, and khaki."
Mohan's has an ample supply of fabrics, colors and styles of three-piece designs. Tailors will take 25 measurements for each suit, which is delivered in four to five weeks.
Mohan's Custom Tailors has designed over 150,000 beautifully crafted and fitted made to order men's suits, shirts, formalwear, and top-coats since 1972. To learn more about Mohan's visit www.MohanTailors.com.
SOURCE Mohan’s Custom Tailors