How to Wear Suspenders: A Complete Gentleman’s Guide

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How to Wear Suspenders: A Complete Gentleman’s Guide

Postby Alexsmith81 » 12 Feb 2020, 20:34

Suspenders are another element to be included in the sartorial arsenal of a well-dressed man and are the right accessory to make a statement of personal style. In this complete guide, you will learn everything you need to know about how to wear suspenders and be the best-dressed person in the room.

The belt is a relatively recent invention, as in the period before the First World War, the preferred method to hold on pants was the use of suspenders, while the belts had definitely a more decorative role than functional.

Today, while some are still considered a relic of past times, the suspenders remain the preferred method to hold onto trousers by many men who love to take care of their dress.


Table of Contents:
1. Buttons vs. Clips
2. Size of the Risers
3. Suspender Material
4. Colors and Patterns
5. Off the Belt?
6. Choose Your Shape – Y or X Suspenders?
7. DIY – Make any Pair of Pants Perfect for Suspenders
8. Suspenders with Business Wear
9. Suspenders with Casual Wear

Invented in 1822 by Albert Thurston they were considered part of intimate clothing, and as such, they had to remain hidden, from vests, jackets and so on. Today times have changed so you can now show them without shame, even if, their charm reaches the apex, when they peek out, like a see and I do not see, from your jacket.

The straps are not, all the same; they can be found in different materials, colors and patterns, so before adding them as a functional and style piece to your wardrobe, there are a few things to know and consider, and then make the right choice for you. For more visit: How to wear suspenders
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