Suits are no longer for the stuffy and the self-important, folks. While some classic industries may require them, when it comes to a comfortable, stylish suit, practical and fashion-forward professionals now demand them.
Young professionals today, however, are much more particular and, well, demanding with their demands. And it’s understandable; they have grown up in and helped shaped an era where function, form and refinement are not in conflict with one another, but creatively designed in harmony. Innovation and style is expected not just from their gizmos and gadgets, but also from their garments. When it comes to “sexy”, iPhones may have some game, but we mustn’t forget who literally wears the pants.
One brand that is far from forgetting that fact is Ministry of Supply. Most recently with their new Aviator 2 Suit, this “performance professional apparel” company out of Boston is offering a pretty stunning ensemble of inspired design and industry-leading clothing technology.
When your clothing company comes out of MIT, you know you’re starting on the right foot. They probably could have built space suits, but instead, they’re dressing the millions of busy young professionals right here on earth who need more out of their work gear than just a place to pack their limbs.
First off, the Aviator 2 Suit – that means both jacket ($350) and pants ($140) – is machine washable and wrinkle-free. It is a clear sign that a clothing company understands the haze of the hectic work life when they spare you the drains of dry-cleaning.
Not to mention an appreciation for the ever-expanding trend of work-from-anywhere; Ministry of Supply gets that young professionals are rarely “glued to a desk” these days, but rather always on the move. If they could have hooked you up with track pants, they would have, but instead they have used a 4-way stretch fabric in the suit that allows for full range of motion, adapting to whatever you may need to put your body through to get the job done.
Taking a bike to work? A pair of rollerblades? Maybe even a hoverboard? Well, careful with that hoverboard, but either way, the Aviator 2 can probably take it.
For the thread-savvy young professional, versatility is a must, so the Aviator 2 is designed – both in style and color – to be easily split apart and dressed up or dressed down. Aside from an infinite inventory of compatible dress shirts and ties, throw a fitted sweater on top of the pants, or a pair of designer jeans under the jacket, or any other combination of casual-but-classy, and you’ve got options for just about any occasion.
You’re wondering about fit aren’t you. Well, don’t. On top of offering both slim and standard cuts, Ministry of Supply will reimburse you for any and all hemming expenses. There’s no reason why a few bucks for a few adjustments should get between you and the right cut.
As an active, ambitious professional today, you’ve come to expect your most personal products to go above and beyond the “standard”. A great deal of our attention is focused on the innovation of our devices; laptops, smartphones, televisions and more. Innovation, however, has earned an equally significant role in industries that depend on very different kinds of display. Similar to how Apple is a technology innovation company that has embraced the beauty of design, Ministry of Supply is a clothing design company that has embraced the appeal of innovation. As you can tell with the Aviator 2, that combination makes for one hell of a sexy outfit.
Plus, a total of zero people ever have said, “Smartphones make the man.” We all know it’s where you keep them that counts…
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Claudia Adamson says
I like a good suit. It has to be comfortable though and have a place for my gadgets AND keys.
Carol Olson says
There is a YouTuber that I watch sometimes that really pushes this company. He must really love the clothes and by the looks of this article, I would say there is a reason.
Les McAleer says
Sexy, functional and not too over the top. I like it!
Andrea Barnum says
Perfect if you are a slim man with an average build. What about myself? I am 6 foot 5 inches tall and have broad shoulders. Can I get a suit like this and still look good?
Thomas Bell says
Even for a sponsored ad, I really like the article. These suits look and play the part according to what I am reading.
Traci Jacobsen says
The suits look very comfortable, but even more importantly, they look functional!