Taylor Stitch’s Lightweight Travel-Friendly Suit Is Also Machine Washable

Mar 3, 2020

Category: Style

As anyone who has flown for business can tell you, transporting your business-friendly apparel adds even more stress to the already stressful activity of traveling. However, the folks at Taylor Stitch have come up with a remedy in their handsome and versatile Gibson Suit.

The two-piece set is comprised of a smart pair of slacks and a blazer-style jacket — which can both be purchased separately — both made from a blend of organic cotton and linen. That fabric choice has a few pretty major upsides. For starters, it’s lightweight and easy to pack in your suitcase (and easy to unwrinkle by ironing or steam). Second, it’s comfortable and breathable for all-day wear. But, most importantly, it’s totally machine washable — meaning you don’t have to worry about the dry cleaner between meetings. Pick up a matching set on preorder now starting at $376.

Purchase: $376+

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