How else can I put this? – Burton Menswear have created possibly one of the most stunning ranges, the 1904 Collection. This collection is made up of classic styled three-piece suits, Sharp blazers, prints, chinos and T-shirts. They are an invention of modern favourites but with eye catching attention to detail which is sure to turn heads this season. The quality is incredible and the fit superb. In my opinion the style and classic look to some of the pieces rival a collection from Reiss, but without the hefty price tag.
Don’t believe me? – Then just look at this absolutely drop dead blumming amazing three-piece Suit that I was kindly given.
Introducing the 1904 Astair 3-piece Navy Check Suit which to be honest, speaks for itself, but that wouldn’t be much of a read if I left it there… so read on! (My first ever 3-piece).
Now let’s start with the quality of this suit. The material is great, it’s thick and feels beautiful beautiful between the fingers. It’s a check basketweave material with bright blue contrast stitching so it stands out. I love the classic look and this is me all over. It’s a really, really, really well thought out and pieced together suit. It’s worth mentioning too that the inside is a work of art on its own. The internal lining has a contrasting red floral print, really beautiful.
This suit is a skinny fit, a style I always look for, I hate baggy oversized suits that don’t do any justice for the person wearing it. You know, the ones that are all ruffled up above the shoes because there is either zero cut to the suit or there is way too much material. This suit fits like a dream.
Of course you can’t forget the matching waistcoat which is a double breasted design again with that internal floral print lining. It’s such a nice classic looks that takes the whole suit to the next level. Absolutely do not buy this suit without the matching waistcoat.
The Trousers are skinny fitted with the same material and feature back pockets and button detailing. There is so much detail in this suit it comes with a pocket square and gold duck lapel pin. Value for money!
I paire this suit with a Burton Menswear plain white fitted shirt, a burnt orange tie, and some dark brown leather monk shoes to finish off the whole look. It’s safe to say this is without doubt my favourite suit and I can’t wait to wear this to upcoming events in Autumn/winter.