17 May 2011

Every Quality Suit has a 'Silver ' Lining

Well it doesn' have to be silver, but you've gone to all the trouble of choosing a 100% wool so your suit can breathe, so you want the lining to also be able to breathe.   
Silk satin will make the suit more expensive so a cheaper option is Cupro. This fabric breathes like cotton, feels like silk and is actually lighter in weight.

Charles Tyrwhitt Black Label range
Charles Tyrwhitt’s Black Label collection is their most contemporary style with a slim cut fit and has cupro body lining with silk trims.  Here they have 3 suits: a black twill, a black & white Prince of Wales check and a tonic blue suit – all at £700 but in the promotion reduced to £350.
The suits in this label are of 100% pure new wool, half canvas construction, and 4 working cuff buttons. The buttons are also of natural horn. The trousers are half lined to the knee with one rear hip pocket. www.ctshirts.co.uk

And every quality suit should have trousers which are lined at the front down to the knees. You don't want to be chafing your delicate skin now do you?

M&S Sartorial suit
Marks & Spencer ‘s  Sartorial pure wool 2 button Pow Check suit in grey is of 100% pure new wool and the trousers are lined.  The Birdseye cloth is from Alfred Brown, a Yorkshire mill renowned for weaving fine worsted fabric.  The price tag of £199 makes it a great quality buy.

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