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January 27, 2016  ·  style

Suitsupply S/S 2016

Suitsupply has rather quietly dropped a couple dozen Spring/Summer 2016 items on their online shop, and by Suitsupply's standards this is a really quiet introduction from a brand that typically launches each new season with an ad campaign full of wet topless women (NSFW, obviously). A few highlights:

The Hudson light blue linen jacket [$400] is one of the best things we've seen from the brand in a long time. A fantastic slubby pale blue linen, broad lapel, and a hand-set soft shoulder add up to just about everything you want in a warm-weather blazer.

Variations of the Hudson tan windowpane linen suit [$500] have appeared before and it's as baller as ever. Hermès did something like this a few years ago. It's possible this version is cheaper.

Interesting Madison double-breasted navy pinstripe suit [$500] — A classic cut and pattern for a serious business suit, but in very casual 100% cotton. Intriguing idea. You go first.

Suitsupply's trousers have a nice cut with a slim/straight leg and a medium rise. The white cotton trousers [$150] are a reliable summer staple but the real star of the show this time is a tan Prince of Wales check in 100% linen [$190]. Pair with white, tan or navy and embrace the wrinkle.

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