Whether you’re working a dressed-up day job, buttoning up for date night, hitting a wedding, or just feel like tossing on a suit to run your weekend errands, Taylor Stitch's entry into the tailoring world is right for the occasion. Their Telegraph suit has an unstructured build that's made from a highly textured, breathable, and unique fabric blend: tropical-weight wool, linen, cotton, and just a touch of lycra for stretch that lets you sprint through the airport or get down on the dance floor with no worries. It's lined with chambray and finished with all the right details.
The jacket is hand-tailored in Portugal by the masters behind a fourth-generation suit shop, with a few special features that set it apart from the pack. The fit is tailored and modern, with a high armhole and a slightly shortened body length. But the relaxed, deconstructed construction keeps it light, breezy, and easy to dress down if you'd rather pair it with a vintage concert tee and some torn-up jeans than with trousers and a starched shirt.
Italian-milled blend of 42% tropical wool, 40% linen, 16% cotton and 2% lycra.
Tailored fit with a high armhole and shortened jacket length
2.5" notch lapel
Half-lined back with lightweight chambray
Chambray-wrapped seams on inside placket, hem & center back vent
Functioning top button closure at neck
Interior welt pockets
Hemmed cuff for easy tailoring
Japanese urea tortoiseshell buttons
Care: dry clean only