As we know I am a huge advocate of Menswear, I generally get asked A lot why such the preference? The detailing in menswear speaks to me and since the day I was able to walk it became a part of who I was. I remembered growing up fascinated with the suits men had on in movies. I get a little bubbled up inside when people tend to not know the difference between a Men's suit and a Women's and the difference in fit. Which will also explain my personal preference towards Men's Suits.
The parts of a suit coat are typically the same for men and women, consisting of collars, lapels, gorges (where the collar meets the lapel), pockets, vents, pleats and cuffs. The cut or "silhouette," of a man's jacket will be decidedly different from that of a woman's jacket. Men's jackets are often boxy in shape with only minor detailing through the midriff, whereas a woman's jacket will often be more fitted with princess seaming, a design element that curves in at the midriff shaping the figure.
The only standard design feature on a man's lapel is a buttonhole for a boutonnière, a place to add a decorative flower. The special design element specific to a man's suit coat are mostly hidden on the inside, where he has a host of silk pockets built into the lining to hold all his papers, accouterments and carry-on wallets, identification and other necessities.
Fabric choices also differentiate a man's suit from a female's. High twisted fabrics with draping or "hand" such as silk blends, or sometimes a "microfiber" on a more casual suit, are the main choices for men