This is my favourite suit of the week. Get full details of the cloth and how it was made.
As always David Beckham looks great. This looks very much like a grey pick and peck fabric. The pick and peck nature of the cloth can be seen if you enlarge the photo when you can see it is not just one flat colour but two shades of grey merging to give that attractive lively appearance.
From the way the cloth folds where the arms are bent I would think this is probably a 9 ounce cloth, (280 g). The softness of the folds shows that this is a fine yarn but also not an extremely super fine yarn when there would be far more folds and wrinkles in the bend of the arm. Holland and Sherry have a similar cloth in their “Target” range of super 130 yarn fine worsted wool cloth.
The high armhole and narrow sleeve shows this is a bespoke suit. It is that high armhole that give it such a long line from the armhole to the waist and is so flattering of a narrow waist. Fitting an armhole to be high but still comfortable takes more precision than can be done on made to measure.
This is a very nice two button single breasted jacket with straight flaps. From the way it hangs on the right hand side, the side without the umbrella, it seems to have side slits. David Beckham shows his usual very good taste in styling by having a narrow lapel with a high, but not excessively high, notch.
A similar bespoke suit made by me would cost £1640 for a similar size man.
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