Skinny Fit Suits

Men’s skinny fit suits are designed with tapered legs, narrower lapels and an all-round streamline shape around the chest for that skinny look. Our selection of skinny suits are guaranteed to make the right impression whatever the occasion, whether it’s for a formal event, a prom, wedding or even a graduation. Why not style it up this season by matching your suit with a shirt and one of our range of ties?
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£225.00 £125.00

Big & Tall Sizes Available

£170.00 £119.00

The range of men's suits at Suit Direct includes some of the top designers and brands in tailoring, including Alexandre of England, and Ben Sherman. As well as two and three piece suits, you’ll also find suit trousers, shirts, jackets, and accessories.


Where to buy men’s suits?

We’re confident that Suit Direct is one of the best suit stores online – with a huge selection of men’s suits from top UK brands such as Ben Sherman, Jeff Banks, Gibson London and more – at amazing prices.

How to dress in a men’s suit?

A suit should be worn with a focus on looking neat, tidy and sophisticated. Don’t overdo it with the likes of jewellery or accessories; a shirt, tie and shoes, with the added option of a hat or pocket watch and cufflinks, will make the perfect statement.

What is in fashion for men’s suits?

Tweed suits are hugely fashionable for today’s gentleman. Inspired by traditional British fabrics, tweed suits have never been more popular and are ideal for getting a vintage or peaky blinders look.

How to measure men’s suits?

The most important part is knowing your size. Measuring up for a suit can take a little bit of effort, but is worthwhile. Always size up if you’re looking at a skinny fit suit jacket and trousers, and don’t rely on measurements from last year - you’d be surprised how much they can change. Measure: The most prominent part of the chest, The narrowest part of the waist and from the top seam of the inside leg to the trouser hem.


Then, slip on a jacket and measure from the shoulder to the cuff - around 1cm of your shirt’s cuff, ideally, should be visible. Men with larger waistlines should take this measurement where they would naturally wear their trousers - this will ensure a plus sized gentleman can still get a comfortable fit.