Summer has suddenly become a distant memory as daylight closes in on us and the scarf and gloves have been reluctantly dug out from the depths of the wardrobe. Yes that's right, Autumn is in full swing and temperatures are well on their way to single figures. No negativity here though, cooler climes can only mean it is officially tweed season, and that's something to be celebrated! This year we've upped the ante on practical autumnal style. Just as a good tweed should be, we've added a percentage of wool to a select few of our styles making them that bit cosier for the A/W season. Invest in one of our wool blend suits and you'll be safe in the knowledge that the cold will be kept at bay on those early morning winter commutes. Here's a few of the styles to look out for.
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One of our bestselling styles, the Eton suit now features 20% wool making it that bit thicker and ideal for winter weddings. This ever versatile style can also be made casual by switching out the waistcoat and shirt for a fine knit roll neck in a deep burgundy hue for those super chilly days.
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The Ted suit is a longstanding favourite and there's not much else that could improve it than adding some wool into the mix. Its wool content will add durability, breathability and insulation to see you through the season. The Ted suit is particularly popular amongst grooms but pair the blazer with some chinos or smart jeans and you've got yourself a stylish off-duty look.
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New kid on the block Luca has jumped straight into the wool club and makes for the perfect autumnal suit. Rich in navy and burgundy tones this style is spot on for formal attire erring on the casual side. The addition of wool will keep it fairly crease-free and soft feel.
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Back to another hugely popular line, the Dion suit never goes out of style. Often spotted at a wedding it features a champagne coloured trim on the pockets and a luxurious gold paisley lining. You can never have enough blue suits and this one is well worth the wardrobe space.
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- If you do get some slight creases, steam them out. Don't use an iron.
- Brush down after every use.
- Keep it protected in your Marc Darcy suit bag, complimentary with every suit purchase.
- Hang on a contoured hanger to keep the shape, preferably a good quality wooden one.