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This Is The Celebrity-Approved Suit You Need To Add To Your Rotation

Double-breasted tailoring was the name of the game.
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This weekend, Novak Djokovic won his latest Grand Slam at the 2018 Wimbledon final. Congrats to him! (And we bet the folks at Lacoste are mighty happy about this development, too.) But instead of, you know, actual tennis, let's focus on the other winner at Wimbledon: the double-breasted suit. Tennis is a notoriously stylish sport, and it seems that the guys attending the proceedings ramped-up their own looks accordingly with some power tailoring. 

Here's Eddie Redmayne rocking the look in a slim navy number:  


Chiwetel Ejiofor also went for it, but in a pale bluish-gray with a looser (and loucher) fit: 


And because three's a trend, Tom Hiddleston got in on the action, too: 


We might be in a sort of anything-goes moment in menswear where Grateful Dead tees have become a legit style flex, but this past weekend is proof that menswear classics—double-breasted suits among them—can still look damn good. Especially when you nail the fit and wear them with all the confidence a good suit deserves. 

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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