What Fabric Should You Choose for Your Suit


There is some sort or renaissance for men’s suit ensemble nowadays. Designs are returning to the classics but, of course, there will always be a twist to it, less boxy and not too slim.

No surprise, classic cloths are also returning. A man who is tune with fashion must also take notice of this. Classic cloths should also be a part of their wardrobe now. Part of the trend is to turn away from the typical colors of black, gray and navy.

One of the biggest factors in choosing the fabric for a man’s ensemble is the amount a man is willing to pay for that fabric. As an investment piece, a man should take no expense in purchasing a type of cloth. Actually, it all boils down on the man’s needs, be it an investment or just a seasonal whim.

Here are the three classic fabrics a man should consider.

Linen
Linen is an understated piece of clothing, not unless you are a European. Many just can’t see how great this fabric is, to truly appreciate it. This fabric is best during summer. Stick with the basics like creams and white.
Don’t worry about the creasing. It is part of the appeal of linen.

Cotton
It is a beautiful piece of fabric, only if it is made as an informal suit. Same with the linen, it is best worn during summer. To best pull off a cotton suit, wear it navy or tan colors.

Wool
A favorite for suits, choose wool with a thread around of around 120 to 150. The higher the thread count, the more suitable it is for cold weather. For something you can wear even during hot days, choose wool with a thread count of 150.

Story extracted from http://www.men-fashion.info/

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