We love a thick tweed, three-piece suit for its handsome looks and dapper nature. What we don’t love is sweating through it within the first five minutes of wearing because it’s so hot. Even in the dead of winter, an ultra heavyweight suit isn’t always ideal, especially if you’re going to be inside where the heat is on full blast. If you own one, you know the pieces are best worn separately so you’re not roasting from head to toe. Because we strive for comfort without sacrificing an ounce of style, we found the best lightweight winter suits that are also seasonally appropriate. Check out our favorites and make the most of freezing temperatures.
Bonobos The Foundation Slim Suit
Described as “the fundamental suit every man needs on hand”, Bonobos’ Foundation suit is crafted from the finest Italian Marzotto wool and tailored for a modern, elegant fit. Perfect for work and special occasions alike, every man should own a handsome navy suit like this. Bonobos
Club Monaco Grant Glen Plaid Suit
This is not your grandfather’s plaid wool suit. Classically refined, distinguished brown Glen plaid will definitely make you stand out in a sea of boring black. Wear the suit anywhere you please or pair the blazer with dark wash jeans on the weekend. Club Monaco
Hugo Boss James Sharp Trim Fit Wool Suit
We love a grey suit because it brings Don Draper to mind and can be worn during every season of the year. This Hugo Boss version features a richly textured wool fabrication with a slim cut for all-day dapperness and comfort. Nordstrom
Tiger of Sweden Slate Blue Kash Wool Suit
If you’re looking to stray from the suit norm, we’re loving this deep slate blue number from Tiger of Sweden. The pleated pants are cool and modern while the three button closure gives this blazer a different shape than anything you currently have hanging in your closet. SSENSE
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