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06 October 2015

Get Dressed For Success With The World's Most Expensive Suits

When it comes to fashion, it's usually women's wear that gets the most attention. Gowns, shoes, handbags, all designer, and all fabulous - it's rare that menswear ever gets a look-in.

That doesn't mean that there aren't highly successful men's designers out there though - you just have to know where to look for them. And if you've just been on the receiving end of an amazing windfall - like an electrifying lotto win from GiantLottos.com for example - you'll want to look, and look the part as well. What that means is leaving off the rack behind, and entering the world of bespoke, tailor-made and hugely expensive suits, just like these world-famous designer men's garments:

Brooks Brothers - $14,500

It may be a name you've heard of, although the price might come as something of a shock. $14,500 for one suit, and that's just a starting price. Although you do get an impeccable fit and top quality fabrics for your money, so it's not all bad news. In fact with the world-famous reputation of Brooks Brothers, and the admiring glances you're sure to get, it's good news, and good grief, don't you look fabulous!

Brooks Brothers

Ermenegildo Zegna - $20,000

When you think suits, you think Italian. You might not immediately think Ermenegildo Zegna, but you should - because with over a century's worth of experience in bespoke tailoring, this Italian design house is one of the world's most well-known, and well-fitting too. Part with $20,000 - $22,000 of your lotto win and you'll receive an immaculately crafted suit in return, clothing you in luxury you'll never want to take off again.

Ermenegildo Zegna

Kiton K-5 - $50,000

It might sound like the serial number of a nuclear warheard, but in fact the Kiton K-5 is a suit, albeit a dangerously fantastic one. Created by Italian designer, Enzo D’Orsi, Kiton K-5 suits are crafted from the world's finest fabrics and materials, including wool from genuine merino sheep. That would explain the $50,000 receipt - although considering its fashion lineage, it's still cheap at the price.

Kiton K 5

Alexander Amosu - $101,890

More than twice the price of a Kiton K-5, this specific Alexander Amosu suit is nothing to be sneezed at. Or sneezed on, considering its craftsmanship and tailoring - over 16,000 stitches on the world's finest and most luxurious wool. And as if that wasn't enough to be impressed with, there are always the 18-carat diamond buttons to catch your eye. Now that's what we call show-stopping!   

Alexander Amosu

Stuart Hughes - $892,980

If you want to go all out though, and really splurge those lotto winning on something fabulous, there's no better way to do it than with the ultimate suit from Manchester-based Stuart Hughes. Crafted from an ultra-luxurious blend of cashmere, wool and silk, and featuring more than 500 diamonds on both its front and back, this suit is more than a piece of clothing - it's a work of art, wrought in fabric. Pay the staggering $892,980 price tag, and you could soon be strutting the high street like a boss - and a fabulously well-clothed one at that! 

Stuart Hughes


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