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Looking for a new suit to add to your summer wardrobe?
It doesn’t have to be cotton or linen. Lightweight wool can breathe just as well (or better) and perform more similarly to your go-to “4 season” suits.
Consider a lighter shade of blue, like this cross between cobalt and royal. It’s the equivalent to your solid navy suit, but for the warmer months.
Here’s three ways to mix it up.
1. All Business
If you have to go full corporate on a hot summer day, an unlined jacket in wool under 8oz is one of your best options.
It doesn’t have to blend in with the usual pack of dark suits. The warmer the weather, the more color is typically “accepted” in a man’s wardrobe.
Like navy, it will work with most of your business shirts (white, light blue, pink, lavender, etc).
- Houndstooth socks by Brooks Brothers
- Blue suit by Michael Andrews Bespoke
- Pink striped shirt by Michael Andrews Bespoke
- Brown club tie Vintage
- Sterling Silver tie bar by Tiffany & Co.
- White pocket square with red tipping from TheTieBar.com
- Watch by Montblanc Timewalker
- Brown leather wingtips by Scarpe di Bianco
- Brown alligator watch band by Montblanc