A suite is an official clothing worn by people across all ages groups. It varies in texture, material type, colour, quality and size. Suits are worn to occasions, work places, official outings, diplomatic events, and even business centres.

In a way, suits exude a sense of elegance and style which few other clothing types do. Colours transcend black, blue, green, grey, orange, red, brown, purple, white, e.t.c among other colour patterns including checkered, colour-mix, newspaper and numerous customisable options.

There are three main categories of suits which are; the two-piece, three-piece and the tuxedo. Sub-categories of men suits feature; the slim fit suit, modern fit suit, tuxedo, classic fit suit, notch lapel, peak lapel, double breasted suit, single breasted suit and so on.

All suit variants are available across Nigeria, in Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Borno, Osun, Rivers and all other states in the country. You may want to visit the nearest clothing store to be able to purchase one.

The price of men suit in Nigeria costs from ₦18,000 to ₦30,000. There are higher end suits which are beyond the reach of most Nigerians, and such suits cost as high as $893,000 (or ₦371 million naira approximately). These include Stuart Hughes Diamond Edition suits and the likes.