The Brown Prince of Wales Suit

Some suit patterns are timeless. The Prince of Wales check is one of those patterns. Originally called the Glenurquhart check from where it originated in Scotland, this pattern became popular with Edward VIII (who was the Prince of Wales at the time this fabric got its more popular name).

The blue check pattern running through this brown/beige fabric gives it a unique look that is sure to impress. The overall tonality of the suit is brown but up close you will notice that it is a myriad of shades. Mix it up by wearing the jacket with a pair of jeans, or just wear the trousers with a dress shirt or sweater.

Made with a superfine lightweight wool blend to ensure that the suit is soft, luxurious feeling, breathable and wrinkle resistant.

90% Wool, 10% Polyester.