SHIRT FABRICS

FABRIC COMPOSITIONS

100% Wool

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 BLENDS

Wool Blend fabric is a combination of organic and inorganic fibers, possessing qualities of each fiber.

TWEED FABRICS

Tweed is woven in intricate ways to create different patterns such as plain, twill, herringbone and check.

100% Cotton

Cotton fabric is one of the most popular, and common, shirt fabrics there is - and for a good reason. It’s breathable and the variety of colors and patterns are almost endless. 

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Flannel

Flannel is a fall and winter favorite, both because of its patterns and colors and for its unique feel. To achieve its warm and fuzzy touch, the material is often brushed twill. 

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Fil Coupé

Fil-Coupé, meaning “cut threads”, is created when the fabric threads connecting each design are cut off which then creates a frayed/worn look. 

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Polyester

Polyester is a synthetic material that, because of its shiny material, is a popular option for wedding and party suits.