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These Are The World’s Most Expensive Suits

For many people in the world buying luxury, clothes is an uncommon purchase. It is the depiction of class, status, and above all taste. Blame it on the growing awareness of people or the most famous television series, suits have become go-to formal wear for men.

Well, we don’t them but suitings are truly the last word when it comes to men’s formal wear. Be it a wedding corporate party or meetings, suits help make you look extremely charismatic and sophisticated.

Here in this blog, we have listed out the most expensive suiting brands which are trusted by rich business tycoons in the world.

  1. Stuart Hughes Diamond Edition:
    Like with any other clothing in the world, this designer suit is crafted from the most expensive materials. Created by Stuart Hughes in collaboration with Richard Jewels, the suit took more than 800 hours to design. What makes the design more interesting is the price of the suit which starts from US$ 778,290. Made from Cashmere wool, silk, and 480.5-carat diamonds the fabric of the clothing is smooth to touch and has a perfect finish. Also, to top it all there are only three pieces of this suit in the world which makes it pricey.

  2. Dormeuil Vanquish II Suit:
    For all those people with an extraordinary taste for branded suitings, the Dormeiul Vanquish II is a perfect match. Extremely gorgeous and smooth to touch the cloth consist of 6 rare fabrics of the world. They are royal Quivuik, Ambassador, Dorsilk, Kirgyz White, and Fifteen Point Eight. The fashion house was founded in the year 1842 and has since then created a huge pedestal for expensive suits. A rare blend of British and French fabrics, the suit is a legendary creation by the expert designer Jules Dormeiuli.

  3. William Westmancott Ultimate Bespoke:
    The William Westmancott Ultimate Bespoke is another luxury brand that makes expensive suits. One of the reasons why the brand enjoys such a hefty price tag is due to the quality of clothes. The William Westmancott Ultimate Bespoke suits are extremely light and comfortable to wear. Each suit is handmade, takes around 200 hours to be made, and is pitched at US$ 58, 252. The stitches in the suit are made of horsehair to keep its shape affirm. With every purchase of the Bespoke suit, there are 5 complimentary provided to the buyer.

  4. Kiton K50 Suit:
    The suit is made from Merino sheep wool which increases its overall price value. What is more interesting is that there are a handful of tailors in the company who can create the masterpiece. The number 50 in the name represents two things. One that it takes around 50 hours to complete the suit. And secondly, there are only 50 pieces churned out every year. The leading luxury company Kiton is located in Naples and is in operation since 1956. The suiting is priced at US$50,000 and is counted among one of the expensive pieces of clothing in the world.

  5. Brioni Vanquish II Suits:
    No one in the world can match the finesse and excellence executed by Italian tailors. The Brioni Vanquish II suits are an example of that.

    Made to perfection the luxury brand is also the brains behind James Bonds’s onscreen ensembles. Another highly demarcating aspect of the clothing house is that it creates only 150 pieces of Vanquish II suits. There are in total 14 fabric swatches to choose from with stripes in yellow-gold, white-gold, and platinum. The market value of the suits is US$43,000 and is favored and trusted by the CEO around the world.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email