The New Three-Piece Suit
A Goodman Redefines a Classic
Gentlemen, it’s time to make a statement. The Goodman is dressing up, and the three-piece suit is the center of attention. Unlike their bulkier counterparts of yore, this season’s three-piece is tailored just right. You’re no longer relegated to styles that automatically siphon you to the vestiges of yesteryear; these are cleaner renditions of a Nucky’s boardwalk threads. These are suits for today’s Roger Sterling and Thomas Crown — they’re sleek, slimming and altogether composed. And, with today’s lighter fabrics, they’re cool enough to impress in the office and after hours.
Another update? Your three-piece ventures beyond classic tweed, experimenting with textures and shades, making it unexpected and fresh. Take Brioni’s slim-fit nailshead seen on Goodman Paul O’Reilly-Hyland, this is what we call a non-solid solid — it has the right kind of wool blend to give depth and sheen; the cut is refined, keeping your shirt and tie in place. Also to note: your three-piece’s most distinguishing element, the waistcoat (commonly known as the vest): it wants to test the elements. Try wearing it without your suit and tie. Dress it down. Pair your textured Tom Ford with a checked shirt and jeans — as seen on our Goodman Lex.
Want something a even more personalized? Visit the Men’s Store next week for our Made to Measure Event on our newly-renovated Second Floor. We’ll have experts from notable names like Belvest, Brioni, Isaia and Miller’s Oath… not to mention Bergdorf Goodman label MTM shirts starting at just $250.
Made to Measure Event Dates:
Thursday, September 26 — Saturday, September 28
To schedule an appointment, call 212 339 3342