Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Men's Suit Fabric

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After cut and customization,man suit fabric is the next consideration. While the difference in quality between an off the rack and bespoke suit is imminently obvious, both can appear quite stylish; that is not the case with poor quality fabric, which can make even the most expensive custom suit appear cheap. The most traditional fabric for a suit is wool, with a dizzying array of colors and weights to choose from. Suits, particularly for summer, are also available in silk, cotton and gabardine, as well as linen – a traditional favorite not without its own unique challenges – and even mohair and cashmere. There is also the tweed suit, a rugged classic best suited to weekends in the country; its thick, coarse fabric is designed to repel wind and water in the often quite chilly English countryside, and would be out-of-place at a social function in the city. The choice of a suit's color is an equally important decision, and one best addressed in a separate discussion.

Men's Suit Trimming
Perhaps the final indicator of quality is the suit's trimming, the selection of its details. Options include pocket styles, linings, button materials, and the addition of subtle signals of the suit's quality such as ticket pockets and functional sleeve buttons. These little elements, though they may seem extraneous, are signs of the suit's personality, as well as the wearer's. Good details won't make a poor suit into a quality one, but they do elevate suits at every quality level from the ordinary to the individual.

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