Let's say you stroll through ***** Men department and ask to the see Men's suits. At first, the gentlemen will look at you to decide how much money you're likely to spend. He'll either take you to the newer suits which cost more money or the older suits that are on sale. After he puts a couple of suits on you and explains how the "cut" is perfect, you decide to purchase one of the older suits since, well, they fit just as good as the new ones and who cares how old they are! Fast forward a week, you pick up a recent edition of Esquire Magazine... An article grabs your attention, "How to buy a suit". "Interesting", you say to yourself. You learn that great suits (in today's fashion era) have skinny lapels that sit fairly high, two buttons, double or single vented in the back, proper lining, canvas layer, athletic cut, flat front pants, jacket sleeve stays little bit past the wrist. Okay, wonderful you say, "Well i'm sure my ***** suit is on point...". Then doubt comes... You run to your suit from *****, and look at the vents... NO VENTS!?!? oops.... Boxy cut?!?! Oops... Pleated pants (and you're skinny??) OOPS.... jacket sleeve makes you look like you're going to a pajama party?!?! OOPS!!! If you buy your son this suit, let's just say he'll won't be repeating your mistakes. This suit is perfect for children. Every detail is accounted for, from the garment bag's plastic window, to the flat front pants.