While the hot, sunny weather may bring with it a more relaxed, chilled-out vibe, that’s no excuse to loosen up on your style.
If you want to ensure you look dapper this summer, you’ll want a couple of great suits in your wardrobe. Here, we’ll look at some of the top things to consider when buying summer suits.
Choosing The Fabric
In the hot summer weather, it’s important to choose a fabric that’s going to let you breathe. Thick, wool-based suits are going to leave you extra-sweaty, not exactly the look you want to be going for!
Linen tends to be a popular choice for summer suits. However, they are known to crease pretty easily. So, if you do a lot of travelling with work, a linen suit might not be the most practical choice. You could always opt for a linen mix suit which also incorporates cotton into its design in order to minimise wrinkling.
Cotton suits are perhaps the most versatile choice and are less prone to wrinkling than linen. However, if you want a more high-end suit, it could be worth considering fresco wool. This type of wool is actually really breathable and it’s also really durable. These style suits tend to have a very elegant design, and they also eliminate sweat rather than soak it up. So, you’ll remain feeling fresh even in hot weather in one of these styles of suits.
Consider Non-Traditional Colours
Black may be the traditional colour for suits, but in summer it’s going to make you feel a whole lot warmer! Instead, it’s best to opt for a non-traditional colour in summer. Light grey will reflect the heat rather than absorbing it, as well as provide a more elegant look. These colour suits are also ideal for both casual and business wear.
If you’re looking for a suit for a special occasion, you can opt for bolder colour choices such as a light blue, or even pink if you’re daring enough.
Invest in a Formal & Casual Suit
Ideally, you’ll want at least two good summer suits. One should have a more formal style, while the other should be designed purely for casual wear. That way, you’ll have a summer suit for literally any occasion.
If you have the budget, invest in two formal business suits and two casual suits. That way, if you have a lot of events and occasions to go to, you won’t have to wear the same thing.
Ensure It Fits Perfectly
The key to ensuring you have the perfect summer suit, is to ensure it fits well. It’s all well and good choosing the perfect fabrics and colours, but if the suit doesn’t sit well against the body, it’s not going to look stylish.
The best way to ensure your summer suits fit like a glove, is to have them specially made. Bespoke suits can be made to match your exact preferences and they’re guaranteed to fit perfectly. They do cost a little more, but the quality is unbeatable. This means, the suits will last for many years after they’ve been tailored.
Overall, it’s important to consider the fabric, colour and fit when choosing a summer suit. You want to ensure you’re as comfortable as possible while also looking dapper.
Morning Tail suits had all but gone out of fashion a couple of years ago. Unfortunately the rise of large ill-fitting morning suits in the early part of the 2000’s all but did away with the style for traditional weddings. The increase in variety of wedding venues and the creativity of DIY weddings lead to the decrease of the more classical English wedding. However this has now changed. Couples are re-inventing the traditional wedding suit.
A slim, well fitted morning suit in the highest possible quality, minus polyester brocade waistcoats and ruffle-tie cravats are now desirable. The stylish groom in 2019 is looking for impeccable quality, the very best fit and a simple, timeless outfit that will be complimentary to his partners traditional wedding gown.
Silk ties tied in Windsor knots, double breasted waistcoats and normal collar white shirts are worn together, with no Top Hats in sight!
This is elegance and style. Effortless yet impeccable. The very best morning tail suit, for wedding images that will last a life time.
In 2019 the morning tail suit is back!
*fortunately cravats are not.