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High Fashion Of Suits Men's Linen Suits

The Linen Suit
Why Mens Linen Suits? A breathable, lightweight and durable fabric - you couldn't really ask for much more when dressing for the stifling heat. However, it does come with one major caveat: it creases particularly easily. This wrinkling instantly makes pure linen suit a no-no when it comes to formal or corporate dressing. In this scenario, you can smarten the material up by opting for a linen-blend; when mixed with wool (in lower percentages) or cotton it will help add the required structure to the suit without sacrificing breathability or comfort. But despite the linen suit's naturally relaxed appeal, it's still very much worthy of a place in your wardrobe. The same drawbacks that make them unsuitable for corporate wear are actually beneficial in smart-casual situations, whether it be a garden party or wedding reception. They instantly speak a laid-back continental feel and when done right, a linen suit is the epitome of effortless cool.

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Darker colors such as navy, brown or charcoal are ultimately smarter and communicate a more formal feel while lighter hues such as off - white or khaki conjure images of timeless 1920s style. If you're looking for ultimate versatility, stick to navy, but don't misjudge the power of a light - toned suit - they bring something different to the table during summer, particularly if you don't already own one in a similar shade. Linen construction will ensure you remain cool and don't have to ditch the blazer as soon as you arrive, especially if you layer it over a similarly breathable shirt. You could even choose a short-sleeved version, which will help dramatically alter the aesthetic of your look when the time comes to lose the jacket and start partying.

 James Bond Tuxedo Have some fun with your tie - remembering to bear in mind the proportions of your lapels and collar width - by picking one that features a dash of print. Floral would be a superb on trend choice, while those who are more restrained can opt for subtle stripes or checks. Don't just restrict your linen suit to special occasions, dress it down for everyday wear. Start by skipping the shirt and tie in favor of a simple white tee, polo or printed short-sleeved shirt. Keep the full suit together and finish with some smart black penny loafers. To hit a slightly more relaxed note simply sub the loafers for some slip-on sneaks.

Linen Separates Suits
Any style-conscious male will know that a suit isn't just one item, but three: the suit as a whole, the jacket and the trousers. There's no point ignoring the individual parts that make up the whole, particularly when looking to curate a versatile, timeless wardrobe. Breaking up a suit into separates is an easy style move that'll give you so much more wear out of your tailoring, prolonging its life in the process. This resourcefulness allows the linen suit to become the fulcrum of your high summer style, bringing a suave touch to your off-duty looks while becoming a staple within your formal wear rotation.

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