Pink Linen Suits
With summer comes the worry of what to wear. From material to the pairing accessories keeping in mind the scorching heat it becomes challenging to choose a ensemble that ticks all the boxes. All year round materials like wool becomes heavy to wear and the sweat offers no choice but to choose lighter materials.
When it comes to suiting materials there are a select few that are lighter in nature which makes the choice easier. Linen
and cotton are the fabrics that most summer suits
are made of. Both are made from natural fibres which makes it lighter. Compared with cotton linen
is more moisture absorbent which makes it ideal wear for a warm day. While cotton suits
are considered formal wear linen
leans more on the casual side. But days are changing and with it the outlook of people. Linen
has slowly and steadily started entering the category of cool office wear. Thus you can pull off your daily wear look with a linen suit
unless it a serious business meeting or any with that kind of quintessence.
has the downside of creasing easily and this is a great drawback when it comes to formal wear. But when bought anew linen
has a stiff look which turns more comfortable with time and wear. The crumpled look will not be problem for people who doesn't have a strict clothing style. If you dislike the crumples you can opt for suits
mix. But if you stick to pure linen it is better to roll up a towel and stuff the sleeve before ironing the jacket. By this you can avoid the ironed crease down the sleeve of the jacket. Linen
has a porous material which allows the air to move back and forth maintaining the coolness of the fabric. It is also lightweight and hence you don't have not carry the extra weight of fabric along with the heat.
Next comes choosing the color of the suits
. Warmer the climate becomes lighter the suit should be. Linen suits
look good in lighter shades like navy, beige and cream. Stone and light grey are classic lighter colors in linen
and ideal for summer. Unless you are to be in a business meeting choose lighter shades that compliment the light. If you are feeling adventurous you could pick colors like pink
but look for muted shades. Lighter color suits
are considered bolder than their darker counterparts and thus it depends on your mood and the look you want to go for.
For example if you decide on pink linen suits
think on just how much pink
you want to wear. Brighter shades of pink
can be pulled off in spring and summer but winter is too gloomy for it. While brighter pinks
dominate the outfit and makes you stand out. Paler shades of pink
like dust pink
blend easily and can be pulled off even in winter. If you are hesitant to go all pink
you can choose a patterned suit that contains red and white. When these colors appear together as a tight pattern they resemble the pink
You can also choose a part of your outfit in the color. Pairing a light shade of pink
jacket and pants with a white t-shirt can be a cool combo. Pink
also pairs well with basic colors like grey, blue and brown. Pink
and grey is a great combination if shades are matched right. A pink
tie with a grey suit is a good ensemble.
Choosing the right kind of material and the right color to compliment the weather that your day offers looks like a complex algorithm to sort unless you get a hang of it. Just try acquire the basics and rest comes by itself.