Congratulations class of Grad 2020!
There is still time to suit up and look your best to commemorate this milestone event. Time is tight so contact us with your inquiries. Take advantage of our 20% suit sale until the end of June.
Baker Street Menswear carries suits for graduates at an affordable price. Our knowledgeable staff ensures the process of selecting a suit is easy and efficient.
Our suit selection can accommodate various builds which are available in slim or classic cuts in short, regular & tall lengths. We would be happy to see you for a fitting for which you are under no obligation.
In case you don't know...
A “suit” is comprised of a matching jacket and pants, referred as a two piece suit. A three piece suit would have a matching vest. Suit pants always come unhemmed so they can be shortened to the appropriate length. If additional alterations are required we can discuss it at the time of the fitting.
A traditional dress shirt is measured by neck and sleeve and come in solid colours. They come in regular, tapered and slim fits. Sport shirts have coloured patterns and can be worn with or without a tie.
Don't know how to tie a tie! Come on in and we'll help you out, or check out this handy little website To tie a tie
These are a bit trickier to tie. We have a variety of styles including pre-tied and self-tie. If you want to self tie here is some information to help
Suspenders hold your pants up. So do belts. Therefore, you don't need both. More importantly, you don't want to wear both — not only is it an obvious fashion error, it creates three sides of a square around the middle of your body.
Tie clips are useful.
They serve a functional piece in a sense they keep your tie out of your soup.
Not only do they keep it right there straight where you want it, but they’re also a bit of jewelry and they can really add quite a bit of style to a very simple or plain outfit.
A belt that does its job properly divides the torso from the lower body. A belt can coordinate to a pair of shoes or make a bold statement with a contrasting colour.
As an example, envision someone wearing a belt with a nice pair of jeans or a suit.
If the suit is well tailored or the jeans the correct style for the individual, the belt will be an accessory that catches the eye.
Outside of the strictest dress situations (board meetings, business presentations, funerals, etc.) you can move beyond the basic black sock.
At the very least upgrade to always matching your trouser, rather than your black dress shoes. And if you’re feeling adventurous, start working some colour and pattern in there.
Remember to make it look deliberate, preferably by referencing colour that’s also present somewhere else in your outfit.