Wondering what to wear for Summer? Or what to wear for a Summer wedding? Our job is to make you look cool and stay cool while your kitted out at your next warm weather gathering, which we hope will be sooner than later. We break down the most popular fabrics to beat the heat in.
Cream Linen Suit on Alan See An all season tropical wool double breasted suit in khaki. The look of Summer with the fine drape of wool. The best of both worlds. Cotton. Cotton is another great one for Summer comfort. Cotton will tend to wrinkle slightly through wear, but not as much as it’s linen counterpart. The wrinkling does add to it’s casual vibe and stays cool on the body. Wool, Silk & Linen. The advantage of using three different fibres, with a blend of yarns and weaves, is that a perfect mixture can be achieved with the exact amount of lightness, resilience, and texture. A Wool, Silk & Linen mix tends to hang better than a pure linen, have more texture than a pure wool, and look smarter than a pure cotton. The silk can add lustre or shine if desired, and the linen more or less slubbiness to the texture. Fresco Light by Gladson, in classic Summer colors. Fresco. What is Fresco and and why is it good for Summer? Fresco is generally made of multiple yarn, high twisted wool and has a plain weave. The high twist allows for an open weave, which makes the fabric very breathable in the sense that you can feel and slight breeze. Also, due to its high twist, it has a rather coarse feel to it and a rather hard touch. At the same time, this makes for a very dense resilient fabric and wrinkle free. Wool, Silk & Linen fabric by Caccioppoli