More than anything else in the first place is the Fabric. Men seeking custom suits will especially find that fabric choice
matters more than any other decision in terms of both cost and finished product. Most modern suits are made of wool.
It’s the most versatile fabric, the best in comfort, wrinkle-resistant, and has greater longevity than most. Another
characteristic that makes wool an ideal suit fabric is its ability to absorb moisture, thus, even when you’re forced
to sport a suit on the hottest of days, it’ll keep you cool. The most common types of wool suits are merino, mohair
Below are some of the fabric weave we bring to you;
Herringbone – A specific weave with V-shapes running throughout it. There is always a small break between one
column of repeating V’s and the next in a true herringbone
Birdseye – A gridded fabric made of contrasting colors, creating small lighter-colored dots in a regular pattern
on the darker color. The pattern is small and fine enough to be business-appropriate in many settings, though it is
not as formal as a solid dark color or a pinstripe.
Prince Of Wales - The Prince of Wales Check remains very popular these days. This medium to heavy weight fabric
has been woven to create various, repetitive check patterns. Traditionally, it was woven in heavy weights and tweeds
, however it can now be found in a wide range of weights. It also allows a smooth drape over the body, ensuring clean
lines and a soft finish.