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Armani Men's Suits and Tailoring

Founded in 1975 by Giorgio Armani, the Armani men's suits brand has grown to be one of the largest in the world. Their designs can be found in a range of fashion products from suits to watches and accessories. Armani men's suits and tailoring products exude luxury.

Choosing a suit

Armani men's suits and jackets come in a variety of styles and fabrics, with subtle differences meaning that some suits perform better than others under certain conditions. All styles, from single breasted suits to blazers, are available.

For example, a thick wool suit is moisture resistant and traps body heat within its layers, making it the perfect choice for winter or early spring. A cotton Armani suit may be more comfortable in the summer, as the fabric is much more breathable, eliminating any discomfort.

An Armani suit that will be worn to the office every day will need to be of a slightly heavier, more durable fabric to cope with general wear and tear. Whereas a suit for special occasions can afford to be slightly more delicate as it won't be worn daily.

As a general rule of thumb, it is better to go with a cotton suit for casual use and for use in warmer weather. For most other occasions, a wool blend suit is the usual standard due to its formal appearance and resistance to moisture or damage.

The colour and pattern is also an important factor to consider when choosing an Armani suit. These qualities are dependent on the occasion in which the suit is required. Whether an everyday business suit is acceptable or not completely depends on what kind of business you are in.

If you are buying an Armani suit for special occasions, it is important to remember that, particularly for weddings and funerals, a more muted colour scheme is appropriate.