suit-v; 2 Senses

Sense Number 1: to make or be appropriate, convenient or right for a particular person, entity or occasion

The builders suited the house to the owner's qualifications.
This aircraft design was suited to a particular mission.
We could go now or this afternoon - whatever time suits you best.
Corn is grown a lot in this area - the soil seems to suit it very well.
The city lifestyle seems to suit me best.
Choose casual clothes to suit the informal mood.
That's a choice that suits us all.
Such behavior doesn't suit a true leader.
I'd still argue that PHP is better suited for web applications.
That shade of red really suits your complexion.
Lovely drawing, indeed! The colors suit quite well.

VerbNet: NP
FrameNet: Suitability
PropBank: suit.01,suit.02
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4

Sense Number 2: put on a suit

Next, we suited up so we could get out in the race cars.
Children suited up and headed for the beach.
We suited up for a pleasure dive before breakfast.

VerbNet: NP
FrameNet: NM
PropBank: NM