The Exclusive Alterations Guide- How and when you should wear a linen suit


While linen is not normally seen as workplace attire, you can still wear a linen suit to show gravitas. The blended fabric allows the suit to keep its shape, whilst the lighter fabric will help you keep cool.
Combine it with a light, white shirts, loafers and no socks, and you will look professional.


Groom or guest, your wedding apparel should be the best that you own. That means that even while wearing linen’s creases, you should still choose a tailored look.

The Rossa skinny fit floral pink suit is a choice that always stands put. 100% linen, it will keep you cool and fresh, even under pressure and on hot days. When worn with a simple white shirt and loafers, you can leave out any accessories.

If you don’t like floral patterns, you can opt for light blue Shades for summer weddings.


Are you attending a summer party or a dinner date? Or simply out on the town? Linen is so comfortable, that you can feel free to extend your choice of linen to your leisure time. Wear it with a T-shirt and trainers for a chic look. Accessories are also not a must here.

When you are selecting a linen suit, you should see it as choosing any other kind of clothes. Go for a cut and colour that’s perfect for both yourself and the occasion.

A skinny cut helps to avoid the impression of a pensioner, that is often associated with this fabric. Picking a colour or print can instantly modernise the look as well. When accessorising, you should look at a waistcoat, tie, a lapel pin or collar tips. You can feel free to dress it up or dress it down, according to your taste. The only real rule to follow here, is to make it your own.

Trust the team at Exclusive Alterations to bring your look alive.

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