Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Bonobos Summer Suits collection

   Summer is my favorite season because of the wonderful weather. I will never understand why some people dislike summer. Summer is more pleasant to the eyes in my opinion because there are more variations of  pastels and textures of fabrics to wear. I personally think the people who don't like the warm weather is usually correlated to their preference of style. Based on my conversations with friends, many of them don't like warm weather because there aren't committed to dressing up. In the winter they could just throw a coat and call it a day since the jacket usually is the biggest piece of clothing you have on. This means you could hide a lot of things like repeated outfits, badly fitting clothes, or you're might not be content with your body. Summer is usually that real stage because you don't have a giant winter jacket help hide these drawbacks. Your choice of outfits is pretty obvious to the public. One huge mistake I see men do is wear their winter suits in the summer, which is a no no no in my book. 

   Bonobos a brand that I admired so much for because they revolutionize chino pants. They provide an updated look to the chinos by making them slimmer and adding a better waist which accommodates the 21st century gentleman. Bonobos is the place for you to shop for your summer suits. Just like how they revolutionize chino pants I wouldn't be surprise if wool and seersucker suits follow the same trend. A summer suit should be of great quality because you will be wearing it in the warmer months in which lightness and breathability  is imperative. Avoid additional padding and cheap lining which will put you in an inferno if you're don't work in an air conditioned place. Here's a brief bio of  Bonobos is a clothing brand focused on delivering great fit, high energy, and superb customer experience. Launched in 2007 on the Internet with its signature line of better-fitting men's pants, Bonobos is now the largest apparel brand ever built on the web in the United States. In 2011 Bonobos extended offline, launching Bonobos Guideshops, e-commerce showrooms that deliver personalized, one-to-one service to those wanting to experience the brand in-person. In such little time  In 2012, Bonobos expanded its distribution partnering with Nordstrom, bringing Bonobos apparel into select doors nationwide and to In such a rapid success Bonobos has received so much praised, for example, Bonobos was named "One of America's Hottest Brands" by Advertising Age, "Best Men's Pants" by New York Magazine, one of Inc. Magazine's "20 Awesome Facebook Pages" and was awarded Crain's "Best Places to Work in New York City".

If you don't like Seersucker then this cotton suit will do fine

     Seersucker a light, thin fabric, usually  cotton or linen with a crinkled surface with a usually blue or red striped pattern. Seersucker is breathable, lightweight, dries quickly and it doesn't wrinkle  easily making it the perfect summer fabric.

The Foundation Suit Jacket - Seersucker

Seersucker pants $100
    This seersucker suit looks great in all aspects the pants are on sale for $100 and the jacket for $220 which isn't bad to someone's pocket. Perfect to  be worn to summer weddings, barbecues, horse derby or that wonderful Sunday morning mass. The jacket features modern 2 1/2" lapels. It's double-button, double-vent, with non-functioning button cuffs, full Bemberg lining. Bemberg is well known brand when it comes to liners. The pants feature a classic hook and bar closure and button-through back pockets. The seersucker suit is my best recommendation to wear when it's sunny and sweltering hot outside. Instead of pairing the suit with an Oxford cotton button down why not wear a polo shirt.

The Capstone Suit - Italian Super 130s Wool - Navy $890.00

    While wool might be synonymous with cold climates since it's a well-known insulator of heat. Wool should also should be used in the summer because it absorbs and evaporates moisture more efficiently. Which I think sounds pretty ideal for a summer suit. Break a sweat and sooner that sweat stain will be gone. A wool suit is just elegant and will always be appropriate no questions asked whether it's a morning meeting or even dinner wool suit is the proper route. For a wool suit to be effective as in cooling make sure it's lightweight. When buying a wool suit make sure you check the ounces. Wool suits are measured in ounces, for summer, it's recommended to stay between the six to nine ranges. Another number very important to look for is the “Super number or also called  an S number. A S number indicates the fineness of the wool fiber. The higher the number the better the quality.
   While the wool suit is a hefty price remind yourself, it's worth it because you're getting top quality. Crafted from the finest traditionally-woven wool Italy has to offer, this is the top of the Bonobos tailored lines. When you arrive at the scene this suit  demands attention. Just like the seersucker suit that I mentioned above, this jacket features modern 2 1/2" lapels. It's double-button, double-vent, with non-functioning button cuffs, Bemberg-lining, and interior contrast piping. A seersucker  suits looks marvelous on sunny days, but get caught without an  umbrella ay pobrecito (poor thing in Spanish) A wool suit might be the better choice if you're in a workplace with a very strict dress code.
    While I only wrote about the seersucker and wool suits. Make sure to check out the website because there's tons of awesome looking suits available. I absolutely love the prices! Bonobos once again is on the right track quality with affordability!

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