in a Suit
in a Suit
The fall suits you can wear with everything you already own
Men aren't dressing up the way they used to. That's certainly not news. Suits haven't been standard staples of a man's wardrobe for a while now and that's why so many cool guys are wearing them again. You could say the suit's been revived for a new generation of style-conscious men who want their suits to be as much of a statement as their sneakers.
Designer Tom Ford recently spoke to GQ about the phenomenon and pegged it to the cyclical nature of fashion. "Kids who grew up in an era when there were no suits all of a sudden want to look glamorous and cool and sleek," he said. "And then that causes a resurgence of tailoring." It makes sense. No man can subside on jeans and hoodies alone, right? Plus, and he's definitely right about this: "It's a kind of armor ... it gives you a shape, and it's still, for me, the most flattering thing a man can wear."
The coolest suits right now are easy to throw on because they can be worn with everything you already own. Suede boots, loafers or sneakers? All acceptable. And because they come in fresh colors, textures and patterns, it's easy to break these suits up and get more wear out of both pieces separately.
Wear them with a sweater, turtleneck or hoodie instead of a standard shirt and tie. Or try an untucked camp collar shirt. The idea is that you're sporting a suit because you want to. Because it actually makes you feel good, not because you're taking things too seriously.
The Best Fall Suits of 2019
English glen plaid unstructured jacket,
$248 and trousers, $148 by J.Crew
Jetsetter stretch wool suit,
$600 by Bonobos
Italian wool Havana suit,
$599 by Suitsupply
Your suit doesn't need to be kept zipped up in an air-tight plastic bag. But if you're worried about dust or moths, a fabric garment bag will keep your suit clean while letting it breathe, which is good for both cotton and wool fabrics.
$11.99 at Amazon