Blue Birdseye Wool Suit

USD $590



Receive by May 9 2020

Suit Design Details
Double Breasted

Double Breasted

Jacket with two sets of buttons and flaps. A clinching-in function that makes the waist appear smaller and emphasizes the shoulders breadth. Best for slimmer silhouettes and for a unique but timeless look.

Black Satin Shawl

Black Satin Shawl

An uninterrupted round edge, which is joined in a seam at the back of the neck. A more formal alternative usually seen on formal jackets and worn for events. The collar is made from a different fabric to that of the jacket - satin.

Jet Pocket

Jet Pocket

Instead of being a pouch sewn onto the outside of the jacket, a jetted pocket is a slit in the facing of the jacket, with the pouch hanging inside. This makes it a perfect option for formal suits or tuxedos.

Double Vents

Double Vents

Twin openings that sit on each side of the jacket’s back hem. A more sophisticated flair. The preferred look for most suits.

Displaced Fastening

Displaced Fastening

Displaced button to the right of the center of the waistband. A versatile and stylish look that allows for a good grip on the waistband.

Two Pockets

Two Pockets

The classic trouser.

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Average rating 5.00/5

Our wedding customers love this fabric for its texture!

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    “Never seen a suit like this. MUST HAVE TUXEDO! ”

    Casper J. - Dallas

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The Details

If you've tuned into 2020, textured blues are in. This unique texture is barely visible from afar but is a gorgeous option for anyone looking to purchase a blue fabric with a touch of uniqueness.

We love this suit worn as a double breasted tuxedo. It's what's in.

More Information
Color Blue
Fabric 100% Merino Wool
Weight 270 g/m
Yarn Super 100s
Pattern Subtle Texture
Season Fall/Winter, Spring/Summer
Construction Half Canvas, Full Lining
Occasion Wedding


If you are not pleased with the fit of your garment, you can either send it back and we’ll remake it for you or have your local tailor alter it and we’ll pick up the tab! Our goal is to master your fit the first time so that we can make your future suits identical to your ideal fit preference.

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