Aug
23
2012
By
of Valet.
The American Made Suit

Charcoal wool
jacket
, $550
and pants, $295
by Steven Alan

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The Everyman's Suit

In the past, you could have your suit one of two ways—well made or affordable. But these days, there are a handful of brands that now make stylish, quality suiting that won't cost you a full paycheck. Crafted with integrity, from fine fabrics and expertly tailored, with added sartorial details like working cuffs, sharp lapels and pick stitching, they bear the hallmarks of suits that cost ten times as much. From Steven Alan's simple American made style and Club Monaco's double-breasted herringbone to J.Crew's take on the classic grey flannel suit, there's one for everyone's personal style and budget.

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The Pinstripe Suit

Navy
Italian
wool suit,
$469 by
Suit supply

The Double-Breasted Suit

Herringbone
jacket
, $369
and pants,
$150 by
Club Monaco

The Flannel Suit

Italian flannel
jacket, $395
and pants,
$195 by
J.Crew

 

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