About The Sharp Suit

The Sharp Suit was started in 2012 by two brothers, Matthew and Steven, who were building their professional careers after graduating from college.  Working as a financial analyst and medical device engineer, respectively, they noticed the importance of dressing well and making a great first impression.  Despite living in casual Orange County, California, a well-fitted suit is still a must for job interviews, important social events, and other major celebrations.  The brothers wanted to share their acquired style knowledge with other young men who were starting their careers and finding their ways in the world.  Thus The Sharp Suit was born.

The brothers are by no means fashion experts, but they learned important fashion lessons through tried-and-true trial and error.  They had tried the popular blue shirt and gold tie ensemble for junior high graduation, followed by the high school tradition of choosing a monochrome J.C. Penny’s tie to pair with a black button-down shirt.  But as high school turned to college and eventually the real world, they realized those adolescent fashions had no place in a professional environment.

The brothers developed their own professional style through observation, experiences (both good and bad), and research.  The Sharp Suit discusses a variety of topics centering on their basic style tenant: Creating a modern yet timeless professional wardrobe (i.e. suit) containing interchangeable pieces that provide great value and help define each man’s individual style.  Most people would not consider themselves shallow, but first impressions are made in as little as 7 seconds (and 93% of an impression consists of non-verbal cues like style and body language).  The Sharp Suit intends to ensure that the first impression is a stylish and professional one, and leads to great achievements for every young man.

The Sharp Suit – Starting A Wardrobe When You’re Starting Out

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