When you have enough plain fabrics in your wardrobe patterns will give your collection a more exciting, and refreshing look. It’s then that you think, ‘which should be my next suit- striped or checked?’
Here is a little piece of advice when you are here with us at A Suit That Fits.com:
Striped suits- One might think a striped suit to be a much more formal (banking or trading) sort of suit than a solid colour but, as a rule, a striped suit has a more casual side. You can always wear your striped jacket with a pair of jeans on a Friday or a semi-casual evening. Of course, the exception to this rule is pinstripes which can end up looking very formal.
Our PTD, silk wool range , is a beautiful range of lightweight wool and silk blends with a hint of sheen, that make a perfect suit for occasions as well as formal wear and CB blended wool perfect for all seasons. These are offered in various colours, such as navy, black, shades of grey, white, faded, black and light blue in various different colours and thickness of stripe. A classic white stripe is always a good one to have, as it never falls out of style.
Checked Suit – Checks (which are my all time favourite- especially our ‘Prince of Wales’ blended wool!) are perfect for all seasons, and are offered in fabulous range of colours. One would think that checks are for older people or for professors or maybe doctors, but that’s absolutely wrong. A checked suit is much more stylish and is versatile; if anything it’s easy to wear! Combine it with a solid shirt and tie and you will always look great!
For a more casual look our D5 range can be worn as a sports jacket- perfect for pairing with denim jeans, chinos or