SUITS, JACKETS VESTS & PANTS FABRICS
By choosing a suit that is 100% wool, you’re investing in a fabric that can exchange the air between your skin and outside environment: it “breathes”.
Wool Blend fabric is a combination of organic and inorganic fibers, possessing qualities of each fiber.
Tweed is woven in intricate ways to create different patterns such as plain, twill, herringbone and check.
Wool is a natural material allowing it to breathe well, making it one of the most popular suit fabrics on the market. It’s a natural fiber that breathes and allows you to wear the fabric both in heat and colder temperatures.
Find the different type of Wool compositions that MŌS offers:
Linen is very lightweight and keeps you cool when it’s hot out. Because the fabric is so thin and breathes easy, it’s a popular summer choice.
Behind wool, cotton is the second most popular suit fabric.
Cotton suits breathe well in warm temperatures, making it a popular choice for both and indoor day at the office, and outdoors events.
Find below different type of Cotton fabrics Hockerty offers:
Corduroy is generally made of cotton or a cotton/polyester blend.
To create the distinctive wales that run at the length of the fabric, the material is usually woven and cut in a striped pattern.
The most common Seersucker patterns are striped or checkered, and the material is an all-cotton fabric. Because the material is woven in a way to give it a “wrinkled” appearance, it should never be ironed or pressed.
Not everything is about wool or linen, other fabrics such as velvet and polyester, are good options too. Read more about them below!
Velvet is a breathable material with a luxurious texture, making it a popular choice for smoking jackets.
Polyester is a synthetic material that, because of its shiny material, is a popular option for wedding and party suits.