All White Linen Suit
Owning more than one suit has become a necessity for men rather than it being a luxury. It may seem a hassle especially if you are a person who does not frequent events that require you to dress up. But having a second suit ready may be a backup plan in times of wedding seasons and parties. Once you have a well tailored navy or black men’s suit kept aside for formal events it is worth branching out for the second one. This may be a little on the casual side that you can rock to the parties. The rotation of the suits may also be a exciting one and also ensures the longevity of the suit.
That being said for the second suit you can always go for linen. You will be thankful for this decision when the summer turns up. Sure the woollen suits look nice but they won't keep you cool like the linen will. The fabric itself is lightweight and the porous material keeps your body ventilated. This makes it the best to wear when the scorching heat turns up and it becomes a bother to wear heavy clothings let alone a suit. Thus investing in a linen men’s suit means that you are prepared for any occasion regardless of the weather that you are in.
One thing that people argue against the linen is that they get wrinkly easily. But who cares if it gets a little wrinkly? Just make sure to get the right fit that cuts a slim silhouette through the body. Though it gets wrinkly the crumpled look itself gives out a cool lived in vibe that can be used as an advantage. Linen leans more on the casual side and hence consider it for affairs like after work events, dates and summer weddings.
Brighter the weather lighter the colors must be on suits. If you choose a suit for a outdoor wedding always go for lighter colors like beige, white and light blue. All white linen men’s suit is a classic that was being the trend for a long time until linen started branching out in other colors. When you decide on a all white suit for weddings or any events there are certain points to be considered. Unlike for women it is appropriate for men to wear white to weddings. In addition to that you can also wear all white suits to dinners and parties. As the linen can crease up easily and light colors can cast shadows that pop the creases you should get a right fit of the suit. If the suit is loose excess fabric bunches up at shoulders and if too small you won't be able to move your arms freely. It is important that you press the suit properly before you wear it. It is better to have a light colored tie for casual events and dark one for formal events like meetings. Lastly don't forget to coordinate the color of shoes with the suit. Most colors work well except white which blends with the outfit. It is better to go with all black oxfords or loafers.