Black is now an everyday suit color for most of us. This plaid incorporates a rust windowpane adding a touch of spice that offsets the too formal look a plain black suit suggests. Consider this a multi-use suit – from formal to office to open collar. A flashy iridescent rust colored lining adds to the more casual look.
This Paul Betenly suit features a 6” drop - the difference between chest and waist size – a size 42 jacket comes with size 36 slacks. (42 – 6 = 36) Sizes 46 and above come with a 5” drop.
Thomas-Florence 2-button suit with 6" drop
tailored fit jacket, side vents, notch lapel, sleeve button detailing
tailored fit pant, flat front, half lined to knee
lightweight year-round Super-120’s wool
sizes 48 & up add 10%
Paul Betenly - probably the best made garments you've never heard of. The Paul Betenly approach to making suits and sport coats is complete vertical integration. The wool comes from Betenly owned farms in New Zealand. The yarn is spun and woven on Betenly looms and the suits cut and manufactured in his own factory. It's a shame that in today's world a designer without a multi-million dollar ad campaign can't stand out. Instead of advertising campaigns Paul Betenly put his millions into his garments and factory and lets the quality speak for itself.