Blue plaid suit REDA⎪Reykjavik District

Product code: RD-SUIT18-1-50


2 pcs in stock

Reykjavik District REDA suit made of very beautiful Italian wool fabric now in blue plaid! There is no lack of detail or elegance in this gorgeous costume. The costume made with careful care is the result of professional work and design. The fabric of the suit is wonderfully light and soft on the top and its beautiful pattern and shades take over!

The perfect choice for a gentleman who needs a high-quality suit to stand out from the crowd!

The well-fitting and classic suit design is suitable for many body models.

the color and pattern fit the outfit brilliantly.

The suit is made of absolutely insanely good material. The Redan costume fabric, which is popular with garments all over the world, is of extremely high quality and can be seen and felt. The material is 100% virgin wool so it is not susceptible to wrinkling and stays clean largely by ventilation. Lightweight, breathable and smooth material guarantees excellent comfort.

The pants in the suit come in full length so we always wear the pants with a tailor so we get the perfect length. Customization is free.

Color: Blue / checkered.

Material: 100% virgin wool.

Reykjavik District is a small 7-person garment sewing company with roots in Iceland. volcanic land. The brand was founded in 2011 and is backed by a Polish-Icelandic couple, Anja and Olly. The design emphasizes Icelandic Nordic design and style, refraining from simplicity and great lines, but with details.

Only a very small amount of each piece of clothing is made, of which a few go to Saarn's boutique and a few to Anja and Olly's own boutique in Warsaw. This allows for more varied options for dressing and the wearer always has their own individuality, these are not countered and are not mass produced. Only Italian fabrics are used in the clothes, which guarantees durability and quality. The main product is the men's jacket collection, around which the whole man's clothing is built and at the same time the other collection of the Reykjavik District.

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