The people I see benefiting from the “level 1” list are graduates, young professionals or just people that want to invest into a stylish, versatile and a sustainable wardrobe. The items on this list are timeless, the kind of clothes that show you don’t need bright red pants or a white silk suit to look stylish – quality materials, restrained colors and good fit are enough.
Navy wool suit
Navy wool suit with two buttons, notch lapels, flap pockets and a soft shoulder. Basically go for something like this, although you might want a tad darker color for the suit to better fit all four seasons (also avoid shiny fabrics, shiny is just bad). Fabric wise I’d suggest a wool twill fabric of roughly 240-260 g/m2. I’d suggest you either go for a budget option from SuitSupply (Napoli fit) or consider making a true investment and get a fully-canvassed made-to-order piece if your local store offers one. I can’t really recommend any in-between models, either go for the best cheap option or the best you can get. Good MTO models with a quality fabric will usually go for some 800-1200 Euros when fully-canvassed, and in my opinion offer the best bang for the buck when it comes to men’s suits. If you like the more soft-lined and tailored look, it can be hard to get (pretty much impossible) with cheaper fused options.
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