To kick things off, here is a Paul Smith London Byard three piece suit. A gray suit is a fall essential. One thing to remember, your gray suit does not necessarily have to be a three piece. In fact, it doesn't even have to be this exact shade of gray.
This is a simple two-button (most common in suits) suit jacket. The jacket (as you can see) has two flap pockets, a chest pocket and single vent. The vest (waistcoat) is a six-button with four pockets. The pants are a fine cut and simple half-lined trousers.
One important thing to note is that Paul Smith is a British label, which means the suits are of British cut. I will be discussing the different cuts in a suit (Italian, British, French, American, etc) in a future post over at LWIS. Sir Paul Smith (the designer) makes it very clear of his attention to detail and that's why I have decided to go with one of his suits. Personally, I am more of an Italian style man, but Paul Smith is up there in the elite when it comes to men's suits.
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