The Ermenegildo Zegna suit. About $22,000. Why so cheap? Because it’s off-the-rack. Which means you’ll probably have to get it tailored, so there’s like another eighty bucks.
The Kiton K-50, from London’s famed Saville Row, flounces in at $60,150. Though it purportedly offers the lightest and smoothest feel of any suit, don’t worry—it won’t lighten your wallet. Because if you’re buying suits like this, we’re guessing you have someone to carry your wallet for you.
This sucker’s $75,000 and designed by 27-year-old William Westmancott. Not sure about you, but aren’t most 27-year-olds just happy to get their crappy personal webpage up?
This zoot suit sold for $78,000 at Augusta Auctions in NYC in Nov. 2011. Which is about what it costs to buy a whole freaking house in Schenectady, NY.
Think 100K is too much to spend on a suit? Fear not! So does Dormeuil, so they have flintily introduced this Vanquish II suit, a bargain at $95,319.
Designed by Alexander Price, this suit not only takes 80 hours to complete and contains over 5000 individual stitches, its wool is also taken from two animals you’ve never heard of: the vicuña (think a gilded llama) and the qiviuk (think a musk ox made from pure money).
Made by Stuart Hughes of Manchester, England, this bespoke bad boy goes for a cool $892,250. It’s made of cashmere, wool, silk and… what’s that other thing? Right. Diamonds. 480 0.5 carat, color G, vs2 quality diamonds.
Want to look like a million bucks? Easy. Just spend a million bucks. Frosdick of London has a program that is actually and un-ironically called “Million Dollar Dandy.” You give them $1,000,000, they give you 14 bespoke Saville Row suits, 28 bespoke dress shirts, 28 custom silk ties, 14 pairs of shoes, an “elegant selection of smoking jackets and dressing gowns” and, just because WHY NOT, they’ll throw in a custom hand built motorcar. And yes, they call it a motorcar.