What Suit Would You Be?

Show us your personality, and The SF Tailor will show you your signature suit. Take a cue from these well-known women and men in suits. Then use our online tool at theSFtailor.com to design any suit, shirt, vest, trousers or coat that are custom made to your own measurements. Better yet, send us a photo for a special order style for any occasion from prom to weddings and formal events to costume parties!

The SF Tailor
Created By The SF Tailor
On Mar 29, 2017

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Tony Soprano

Tony Soprano

"The pinstripe suit symbolizes power. It demands your attention and expects high standards. Its vertical lines also create a visual effect that makes one taller and leaner. The standard notch on the lapel is typical. Pass on a white shirt and pair with a blue dress shirt. Go bigger, bolder and brighter with a regal purple tie and pocket square. All confidence, and slightly less conventional." -- The SF Tailor.

Miranda Priestley

Miranda Priestley

"This devil wears Prada. She writes the rules of fashion that others obey.. Her character is obviously strong, so she can select a less structured jacket. The black shirt jacket and trousers look sharp over this white blouse, which complements her silver hair.. The sheer silk chiffon and rounded collar points suggest for femininity. But don't be fooled! She has a fierce attention to detail: a wide red leather belt highlights a red and gold Egyptian charm necklace." -- The SF Tailor

Harvey Specter

Harvey Specter

"Comprehensive and polished, this all-star attorney and senior partner from 'Suits' never looks less than dapper. Wearing a charcoal colored tweed suit with wide notch lapels, and a matching vest or waistcoat represents reliability and consistency.. On the other hand, the medium-gauged checked gray and bordeaux plaid shirt with the silver- and burgundy- striped necktie (plus pocket square) suggest he's a daring risk-taker." -- The SF Tailor

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston

"If you want to make your mark on the world, go big. Red is for extroverts, energetic, and active individuals who want to achieve ambitious goals. This marsala-colored 2-button tuxedo features satin peak lapels. A slightly longer than average jacket and uncuffed trousers give this 5'4" (163 cm) actress a taller visual effect. (Trousers are wide-legged and slightly flared.) The choice not to wear a shirt definitely reveals self-confidence.. Pointy burnt red pumps and delicate gold body necklaces complete the look with grace." -- The SF Tailor

Nick Cannon

Nick Cannon

"The flamboyant powder blue suit reminds us that Nick hosts ''America's Got Talent' and is an entertainer of the highest caliber. Well-respected in the industry for his hard work ethic, he chooses a more common style: a 2-button jacket with peak lapels. The 6-button vest gives his thin torso an extra layer, or the visual effect of a healthy 'weight'. The white shirt serves as a nice canvas for the contrasting dark blue necktie and matching flower lapel pin. Aviators complete his cool look... sorry, you can't see the slip on shoes encrusted with crystals!" -- The SF Tailor

Olivia Pope

Olivia Pope

"Olivia is the central character of Scandal, so she walks a fine line to get what she wants in the male-oriented world of politics. She stands out in chic pastels and often white when most in the beltway wear black, gray, and dark blue. This chalice collar softens the structured jacket with more traditional elements of a center vent and straight jacket edge. Pairing with either a white skirt or trousers will give a taller visual effect to her 5'4" (163 cm) height. Generally she pairs neutral toned blouses with her shoes. Finally a subtle beaded statement necklace embellishes her elegant and understated style. " -- The SF Tailor