In celebration of the arrival of our spring collections, we present a series of ideas for the warm seasons. Let’s start with a head to toe (except the glasses) Kiton look. A refined take on business wear, the light gray suit offers fresh texture and an incredibly comfortable, light fabrication (cashmere/cotton/linen). A necessary addition to finish off the look is a reversible silk/cotton rain coat. A smart/versatile solution for the transitional weather. Scroll down for more looks and tips.
Mohair is processed from the hair of the angora goat. Warm in the winter and cool in the summer, it is resilient and highly crease resistant. The perfect all weather and travel suiting fabric. The style and craft of Rubinacci are clearly noticeable on the jacket, the lapel, breast pocket and shoulder line sits together in harmony. The bright blue fabric with the orange pinstripe makes the look even stronger, while still wearable. A combination full with character and style.
Splash out on Suede
A suede blouson is one of the quintessential menswear items, which you will cherish for years to come. A key piece for a sophisticated casual wardrobe. Cesare Attolini did a stupendous job with this chocolate brown number, the hand topstitched seams signal refined elegance, while the length is just perfect to wear it with dress trousers and denim as well. A true masterpiece.
Invest in Linen
As the weather getting warmer and warmer, it is soon time to think about true summer wardrobes. Linen is a great material, to begin with. Breathable and moisture wicking, it is cool and fresh to wear during summer months. A strong and durable fabric without natural elasticity, therefore it is creasing a lot. It has a distinct, casual charm, certainly not suitable for business meetings in glossy offices. However, it shows great taste on the weekends, perfect if you are not restrained by corporate dress codes.
This houndstooth sportcoat from Cesare Attolini is a modern classic option, finely tailored and finished in true Attolini style. A great advantage is the versatility, it can be paired with denim, chinos and tailored pants as well. Opt for a Panama hat for extra panache.
Bonus Tip – The Linen Field Jacket
While gray is not the most popular color for a field jacket, this linen Belvest is versatile interpretation on the tried and tested casual classic. Great for traveling, the pockets accommodate everything you will need for a flight or for a day seeing the sights.