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Ideal Suiting Fabrics

Breathability: this is an important trait. Over the summer, one may get sweaty. In the winter, you may have to run around in an effort to try keeping warm. You should choose the ideal material for different situations.

The Softness of fabric: no one wants itchy pants or the trapped feeling where it is too tight to even move in a jacket that is over-starched. The best way to avoid this is to teach our men about the available options.

Wool

This is a very popular choice because of its aesthetic value and versatility. The material is natural and breathes quite well. It can be worn during the day or even the night. It does not wrinkle and it is soft. Anyone needing a slimming and lighter material should look for another option though. The different types of wool include worsted, merino, cashmere, flannel, and tweed.

  1. Worsted wool: this is a textile that is quite compact. It is durable and very smooth as well. The wool is combed into a process called carding so as to eliminate the brittle and short fibers leaving longer strands. This is what is spun and it comes up with a toughness that is very smooth. This can then be woven to come up with fresco, tweed, and flannel cloths.
  2. Cashmere: this can be a blend or on its own and it is a luxurious option. This may lead to a suit that is shiny. It is ideal for anyone who does not mind anything rather fancy. It may not be the best for official work, but always the best for pleasure. This is a great way to look luxurious.

Cotton

This is another material that is very popular. It comes from the fibers of a plant. These suits will breathe and move very well. However, because of the nature of the material, they do crease very easily making your suit look so sloppy. They are an ideal choice because they are very soft. They are so ideal because of the softness even though the luxurious options are definitely wool.