A nice suit will look good any day of the year. However, not all suits are going to feel comfortable every day of the year. During the warm, humid days of the coming months, you’ll definitely prefer something that’s lightweight and designed to breathe. That would be this Telegraph Suit Jacket from Taylor Stitch.
Designed for spring and summer use, this deconstructed, two-button suit jacket combines the light weight and breathability with just a touch of stretch to give it plenty of movement, so you can stay active while dressed up like a boss. Whether you’re commuting to the office, flying in to meet clients on the other side of the world, or just enjoying the myriad parties of the fair-weathered months, this thing should keep you comfortable all through the day.
The Taylor Stitch Telegraph Suit Jacket is made from a textured wool and linen blend, with a chambray lining both front and back (full for the former, half for the latter) to keep things at ease underneath. It pairs a tailored but casual fit with high armholes and a contemporary jacket length, ensuring it delivers the right combination of style and comfort. Seams on the inside placket, hem, and center back vent are all wrapped in chambray, with a 2.5-inch notched lapel to match the single-breasted design. Hand-tailored in Portugal, it features two interior welt pockets for valuables, a hemmed cuff for easy alterations, Japanese urea tortoise shell buttons, and a top button closure at the neck.
Now available for preorders in olive and navy, the Taylor Stitch Telegraph Suit Jacket is priced at $198.