Suit yourself

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1. verb To be acceptable to one. In this usage, "suit" is followed by a reflexive pronoun. A: "I just don't have time to take a lunch break today." B: "OK, suit yourself."
2. noun A businessperson. In this usage, "suit" is the entire idiom. Oh boy, what are the suits from the corporate office doing here today?

Suit yourself.

Inf. You decide the way you want it.; Have it your way. Mary: I think I want the red one. Tom: Suit yourself. John (reading the menu): The steak sounds good, but it's hard to pass up the fried chicken. Sally: Suit yourself. I'll have the steak.
See also: suit

ˌsuit yourˈself

1 do exactly what you like: I choose my assignments to suit myself.
2 usually used in orders to tell somebody to do what they want, even though it might annoy you: ‘I don’t want anything to eat, I’m on a diet.’ ‘All right, suit yourself!’
See also: suit
References in classic literature ?
You make your resolutions to suit yourself and I'll make mine to suit myself," said Felix defiantly.
you shall see that I will not impose upon you, or offer anything that is unkind to you, and if you desire it, you shall know everything beforehand, that you may suit yourself to the occasion, and be neither costly or sparing as you see fit.
Serve straight from the fridge and garnish to suit yourself.
Standard features allow you to set up the car's handling to suit yourself, with the choice of eco, normal, sport or individual settings so you can change it as your mood or needs alter.
The champion was at his brilliant best to lift home Suit Yourself in the bumper and returned to the winner's enclosure to loud applause.
Phil runs Suit Yourself Suits, with his business partners in Bangkok, and has made suits for several celebrities such as Keith Lemon and Calum Best.
Sometimes your face doesn't fit, or there's too much competition around, and you need to make the right decision to suit yourself and suit your game.
Today, I've left half and blitzed half but you can vary the amount to suit yourself and the weather.
Added to that is an adjustable handlebar riser, which allows you to swivel the grips either away from or towards the body, thus changing your posture to suit yourself.
they promise you meat, heaven, nothing or tell you suit yourself to win the parliament.
You may decide that doing so will ultimately give you more freedom, as you can plan your schedule to suit yourself more.
Tony: Suit yourself, at least one lucky listener is going to get their dream Christmas this year thanks to our brilliant competition, "Win A Dream Christmas.
SUIT YOURSELF Percentage of respondents * who said suits against their companies came from the following sources: Lawsuit brought by a customer 38 Lawsuit brought by an employee 36 Lawsuit brought by a contractual partner 21 Lawsuit brought by government or regulator 15 Lawsuit brought by special interest or lobby group 10 Lawsuit brought by an investor 8 Class-action lawsuit 2 * Respondents were asked to respond to every category that applied Source: Lloyd's "Directors in the Dock: Is Business Facing a Liability Crisis?
So, even if you are too shy to go sans suit yourself, demand that nudity be permitted on all beaches for the good of the planet.
You can pick your own tubers from a sack, size to suit yourself, and as many or as few as you want.