Men's suits can be tricky things, and if you don't have a reason to wear one often, you may not be sure how it's supposed to look once you pull one on. This visual guide from Real Men Real Style will help you make sure your suit fits perfectly, from collar to cuffs.
If you don't wear a suit often, you might just assume that if you can close the buttons and pull it on comfortably, you're all set. That's not quite true—while you definitely need to get into it, you don't want your suit to be so tight you can barely move around, or it looks like you're wearing something obviously too small for you, and you don't want the opposite effect either: like a schoolkid swimming in their father's suit that's obviously too big for them.
The guide will get you squared away, and covers everything from trouser break (where the cuffs of your pants should rest) to the line of your shoulders, all the way to where the cuffs of your shirt and jacket should be. Scroll down to check it out, or hit the link below to see it with a tutorial video that offers a bit more explanation.