Regardless of style, there’s one detail that all suits, from the baggy business ones to slim-fitting tuxedos, invariably share: two lapels tapering to form a “V” shape. That’s because a good suit is supposed to create the illusion of a muscular body, accentuating the shoulders and narrowing the waist. The idea, of course, is to project power. We’ve got news for you: The same principle applies when you’re not wearing a suit. And this summer, you’re likely to fi nd yourself wearing a T-shirt far more often than a three-piece, so now’s the time to start cutting the impressive fi gure you deserve. To carve the perfect torso, read on.