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With the summer heat rising a suit is the last thing you want to have in your mind. But with the heap of invitations piling for weddings and cocktail events it is never an option. Be it the beach parties or the business events there is a fail proof way to keep your cool. The scorching heat may already have brought a frown on your face at the sight of your regular woollen suit. The dread with which you don upon the suit everyday can be spared. Linen Suit are the ones that is borne out of summer necessity. They are one of oldest fabrics and thus the styles present are abundant.

When you select a summer suit the first thing to decide upon is the fabric. This fabric should be breathable and soft enough to keep your body cool. Linen is a super breathable material and leta the air pass through the fabric easily. It is a good conductor that which allows the material to be cool to touch. The material is stiff when anew and wears upon use. The point with which some people argue against linen is that it creases easily and that gives an unprofessional look. Truth be told the crumpled look is what makes it unique and gives it a fashionable look. For those who have a strict regime on professional look there is always an option to go for suits that aren't 100% linen. There are lots of varieties like cotton or silk blend which eliminates the worry of creasing.

It may be easier to pair a linen shirt with the linensuit and get it over with. And mostly it works especially if it is a "no tie required " type of event. But if you are skewing towards event that is more formal it is better to look in a broader spectrum. For casual events like a cocktail party the best look may be contrast a neutral linen jacket with a plain shirt. Or pairing a taupe jacket with a pale blue button down can rock the look. If it's more formal type of event like weddings there is nothing better than satin finish shirt. Adding a tie with this contrast look of the satin shirt with the open weave linen suit gives you a elegant appeal. Just remember to keep the tone light. Lighter Colors look better in summer and casual events like parties are the best area for it.

If you are thinking on extending the linen look to your office it is better to go with darker Colors like blue, black and grey. Just remember to keep it away from very formal events like business meetings since it can radiate a resigned look. But a well pressed linensuit paired with a great pair of shoes gives you the middle the road look that is perfect for a daily wear.

This is in fact because linen naturally is a casual fabric. When you think of linen your mind automatically shifts to images of parties and outdoor weddings. Linen have long been used for casual events and as a go for summer look. This can explain the fact that lighter Colors are classic in linensuits. Colors like tan, cream and beige are the trademark Colors in linen. Lighter Colors work well in summer because they reflect the heat and absorbs less heat than the darker Colors do. The more the heat is absorbed , hotter the clothing becomes and ultimately you are left with a clothing that becomes wet with your sweat and sticks on your back. And this is exactly why you should maximize the use of white in your wardrobe when the sun shines bright. If you are a not a person who is much into white off white may be the choice for you. These are softer shades of white and has a potential to be a part of any garment you wear. There are a lot of shades in it some being ivory, natural and cream with its subtle differences in tone. Cream indicates yellow undertones and is largely preferred for weddings. They give you a elegant and a soothing vibe. It has the primacy of looking good with almost all Colors. Like yellow works well with blue cream does too. Pairing a cream trouser with mid blue linen jackets would be perfect while the opposite may not work. Buying a 3 piece creamsuit can be good decision on your part since mix and match is always good on cream.

Creamsuits can be the comfortable choice of men who think that pure white is too showy or bold. They are also safer than pure white because it doesn't work well with all skin tones. They are less bright and a cream shirt doesn't pop as much as a pure white when matched with subdued Colors like blue and grey. Purer the white , greater the concern is to keep it clean. Marks and small stains does not show much on off whites and thus you need not always worry about where you sit or brush up against. Sure they stain easily when compared to Colors like navy blue or charcoal but that is a concern that applies for any lighter Colors.

Thus keeping some basic points in mind while coordinating your cream outfit can do the magic. The key point is to create proper contrast. For example if you wear a cream jacket make sure it is differentiated from your shirt. Just remember to match the shades of your jacket with the trousers or the shirt with the trousers. Or you can choose a light coloured shirt like one in blue. When pairing the cream with other brighter Colors is that they may look faded out. Cream works well with lighter Colors than the darker tones thus avoiding jackets and shirts of brighter Colors and strong patterns may be a good choice when wearing creamtrousers.Thus when selecting the outfit you may want to balance the tonal range.