Stay cool with a cotton suit
The summer of 2010 is here and so are the cotton fabric collections across the country. To most of us, summer means vacation and outdoor activities. It is the season to get rid of the old and bringing in the new. Barbeques, trips to zoo, wine tasting and great outdoors are just a small part. However, there is no denying that how much we enjoy the summer depends a lot on what we wear rather than what we do. That is because summer brings in heat and we are looking for some cool options. Cotton is probably the most loved fabric around summer, and if you have to sport a suit this season then it has to be made of cotton.
For starters, a prairie cotton tshirt is perfect to wear throughout any occasion this summer. T-shirt is the word that perfectly defines summer in the most stylish and refined manner. I wore a khaki suit for a neighborhood service day and noticed some staring around. That prairie cotton t-shirt is a must to give the suit a better look. The shirt is made of skilled handwork and imported cotton parquet fabric. A regular button down gingham shirt may cost around $75 but is a real value for money.
There are many cotton shirts that jazz up your cotton suit but there is one that stands apart. The Nantucket main street shirt gingham is classy, stylish and extremely elegant. It is a stripped button down shirt made of world-class cotton and designed to perfection. The left chest pocket bears the embroidered logo. It has a curved hem and a twin-stitching for better grip. And, the shirt costs less than $60.
A perfect tie will put the icing on the cake and make you look like a celebrity without having to swap pictures like on facebook. Sporting a solid cotton necktie will have the guys staring at you and the women, screaming. A solid cotton necktie is made of polyester and cotton for that glamorous look. The necktie must be of real and not that of a pre-tie or clip on. Whether it is pleasure, business or party, you will look truly rocking.
This summer, change the wardrobe and let your clothes do the talking. Now, that will beat the summer heat hands down.
Guest Blogger: Muzammil