Many of our customers asks us what is actually the value difference regarding an essential clothing piece: The Suit.
Here are the most important aspects that help you settle the value of an outfit.
For a perfect fit, the suit’s cut is the most important aspect. The lucky ones can perfectly fit a Ready-To-Wear suit (The mass production suits), others need a Made-to-Measure one. The Made-To-Measure, can solve 99% of the pattern cutting and the fitting problems.
The Textile (The fabric that the suit is made from)
The first sign of a quality fabric is the reputation of the manufacturer.. Ermenelgildo Zegna, loro Piana, Dormeuil, Holland and Sherry or Lanificio Cerruti, are the high class elite of textile producers around the world, with an extensive range of colours and textile types.
Another indicator of quality is the softness of the wool, marked by the “Super 100’s” that can get up to “Super 250’s” sometimes. Practically as higher the number is, the softest, the thread is thinner and the fabric becomes more pleasant when you are wearing it.
The same importance in the quality of the fabric is the composition; depending on the season, the composition of the fabric varies, but maybe the most important is that the cloth to be made out of natural fibres ( wool, silk, linen, cotton, etc.).
A special button, a contrasting buttonhole or an inside facing picked out of a beautiful variety can be a decisive contribution to the general pleasure of wearing a suit. We shall not forget the type of lapel, pockets, inside the lapel, or skillet – we recommend you to keep all this elements in mind when you want to buy a suit.
Think twice after you decide to buy a suit and seek help and advice from a specialist.