Business Suits are those formal Suits with matching jacket and trouser worn for business/formal activities. They’re suits you wear for business meetings, interviews, and mostly worn by professionals.
The most acceptable Suit colors in most business sittings in Nigeria are Black Suit, Navy blue Suit, and Grey colored suits ( Normal Grey suit and charcoal Grey suit). Striped suits are acceptable, but pin stripes suits are widely acceptable as business suits in Nigeria. It could be pin striped or hidden striped suits in the colors mentioned above (Black, Navy blue, and Grey colors).
On button designs, the most acceptable business suit is the 2 buttons suit, then less conservative yet acceptable is the single button suits. The 3 buttons suits are becoming primitive and old school in design.
In lapels, the best lapel for business sitting is notched lapel. Size 7cm, 7.5cm to 8cm. Though pointed/peaked lapels within 7cm to 8cm size are acceptable in corporate world, they’re less conservative to the notched lapels. Shawl lapels suits are not business Suits, mostly used in Tuxedos and some Blazers.
Blazers are widely used as weekend suits in Nigeria.
Two vents at the back are more acceptable design in formal suits.
While 3piece Suits in the right colors and designs are business suits, a 2piece suit is more formal than the 3piece design. Use only 2piece Suits for interviews. 2piece suits are less dramatic, more formal, and very business like.
As it’s of today without blaming technology, image and video contents have been abused, sugar-coated, and lots of time been used to deceive rather than deliver the true image of our crafts and enterprise. But, like the wise old adage rightly put, you can’t run with a lie for a long time.
You have heard times without number that content is king?
Again, I believe that content as the king has been dethroned, abused with filters and editing applications. People featuring images of what they can’t make, what they don’t have as theirs is deceit and foolery. Content creators should see content for what it actually is, a route leading to your funnel especially if you’re in a product-based business.
The issues we have been seeing though didn’t start now, but more in recent times is rather to be referred to as crazy than funny situations. Imaging having someones important day like his wedding or an interview ruined by a bad online designer whose only good works are perfectly edited or copied images he can’t replicate in real life. These bad Suits at the eleventh-hour situation are too plenty these days we can’t even put the stories here in black and white. Then you throw the right question at the scene like; but why wait until now? Your question was answered with a good response. My flight was delayed this long, my organization didn’t release me on time, I just got into the country 3 days ago it’s too late to give him another chance, it’s an emergency etc.
For us here at Suits.com.ng, though an online store, we knew it’s expensive to explain in situations like this, but much more expensive to run multiple offline stores. Yet, what’s more, worthwhile than where our esteemed customers could have a feel of what they’re paying for. Sincerely we can’t explain, we know it’s not necessarily wrong to see it before you believe it.
If negative feedback and genuine complaints from customers don’t hurt you as a business leader, then you shouldn’t be in business in the first place. I don’t care how high the throne your king is sitting on, it will come down sooner than later. Don’t be part of those giving a bad image to the online community and making online buyers victims of “what I ordered versus what I got”. It’s good to have great pictures out there, but please edit to the point you can deliver. Tell your customers what you can do and what you can not, the tools, materials available to you, your limitations, and what’s obtainable from you.
I don’t know anything more fulfilling to a company/brand, maybe more alerts, I don’t know, than receiving loads of commendations, positive feedback from customers for jobs well done.
Until we begin to see the context of our content as the true king and work with the spirit of excellence in our little worlds, it’s only then we would be ready for the future. Don’t be part of those that have more attention on content than the real product. More of packaging, more of the content, less of the real thing. Thou shall not be part of them.
Shouldn’t the context of what you do and the actual value that you deliver be the real king?
Empathy, value delivery, and keeping your promises to customers are the true king, while working on the content, don’t forget to put more attention on the real king — the value you deliver.
At Suits.com.ng, you will get the item you ordered for or your money refunded, no story.
Call our customer care line on your decision for a refund, send order for return immediately to receive your refund.
We have had a lot of customers and referrals ask us of our proposal for the best suit for an interview. Here at Suits.com.ng, our suggestions have always been the same. An interview is a business/serious meeting, hence should be handled as such.
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Good products they say, sells themselves, this recommendation of Suits.com.ng as my preferred shopping destination is born out of the heart of a satisfied customer. When it comes to where to buy quality suits and accessories for men in Nigeria
To buy Suits online in Nigeria, you just need a mobile phone and an online payment system if you’re
living in a remote area where a customer must make payment before delivery.
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Your image is the life’s blood of the way people perceive you, and large percentage of your physical image is covered by your clothing/dress.
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A man went to the market to buy a donkey to add to his stable. When he saw one he wanted to buy, he said to the owner: let me take him home to test him out.
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One thing we did when we started out was to create a size guidelines to help customers understand
their perfect suit size by reading through our size guidelines section.
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