These Marvel and DC-Themed Business Suits Keep Your Secret Identity Close to Your Chest

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Fun Suits has put together a collection of business suits inspired by Marvel and DC Comics characters, including several super-classy “Secret Identity” styles that keep the logos hidden. Let’s say you work in a corporate office where you wouldn’t want to wear, say, your Avengers fandom on your sleeve (heh). The “Secret Identity” suit, featuring designs like the classic Avengers “A” logo in the jacket’s interior lining, is a great way for you to remember that the Avengers are awesome without compromising on the corporate dress code.

There are several other examples in the “Secret Identity” line that look snazzy, such as the Marvel Comic Strip design and this Captain America one. There’s also an Incredible Hulk version, for those days when Bruce Banner has to get serious. For the DC fans, there’s a Justice League suit and also one for the Joker.

These suits have been marked down in price a bit to celebrate the launch of the full line, but they’re still pretty pricey, so you might want to save them for a special occasion. Perhaps you’re attending a wedding (or getting married yourself) and you want to express your love of these characters without literally wearing a cosplay. Or, you could just go all out and wear a cosplay, since Fun Suits also carries this movie-accurate Joker outfit, as well as this super-impressive Riddler suit.

There are also some other suits that are designed to look more like actual superhero suits, such as this Iron Man-inspired one, but personally, I really dig the look of the “Secret Identity” line. Oh, and the “Secret Identity” suits even come in kids’ sizes, so if you need to convince your kid to dress up for a special occasion, why not enlist some super-heroic fashion inspiration?

For a slightly less pricey way to spice up your business-casual wardrobe, this Batman tie clip might suit your fancy. Or perhaps this understated Harley Quinn-inspired hair barrette. This is me, encouraging you to quietly rebel against the corporate machine through subtle fashion choices.

(via Fashionably Geek, image via Fun Suits)

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