Suited Up: Men’s Suits Make a Comeback
Have you looked around the streets of Manhattan lately? Men are looking more stylish than ever, wearing — stop the presses — suits. Yes, the suit is back in fashion. Maybe it’s a backlash against business casual, but we’re not complaining. There’s nothing more appealing than a dapper gent, and The Shops at Columbus Circle is the perfect place to find a smart suit that goes from 9-5 and beyond.
The Ludlow suit from J.Crew Mens Shop works for every occasion and comes in a range of fabrics like this stretch wool model with a jacket ($300) and pants ($128) sold separately.
No matter where he’s off to, he’ll be dressed to impress with the Travel Suit ($1,325) from Pink Shirtmaker, which has traditional English detailing and comfortable, crease-resistant wool.
With its razor-sharp styling, BOSS makes any suit look cool. This checked Slim-Fit suit ($895) is part of an exclusive collection made with wool sourced from New Zealand farmers.
Always unconventional yet elegant, Robert Graham is rocking the suit look this season with this statement-making embroidery paisley sport coat ($698) and coordinating pants ($228).
Designed to test the limits, the Endurance range from Ted Baker London defies stains and creases and is even water-resistant. You’ll find an array of styles like the Perfto ($695) in navy wool.
H&M collaborated with football star Jarvis Landry to curate looks like the Athletic Fit Suit with pants ($34.99) and a blazer ($79.99) in woven stretch fabric.