Calvin Klein 2-button super 120's tuxedo.
Calvin Klein suit and tuxedo designs are noteworthy for their clean, minimalist lines. Always sharp, a touch trimmer than standard. This Calvin Klein tuxedo is made from a very fine super 120's wool. It is a light, year-round weight, yet, substantial, velvety soft, and quite rich. This tuxedo has an updated narrow lapel (2.75"), no vent, besom (slit) pocket styling with flat front pants. Interior of the coat has a regal diamond tone-on-tone lining, sweat shields, and interior breast pockets. Slacks are a fixed waistband (no sliders, but easily adjustable by a tailor with its 2 inch letout) and lined to the knee for comfort. Slacks are unhemmed to allow your tailor to adjust them to the perfect length.
Now, a note about the “super” system for cataloging wool.
The higher the number, the finer the yarn used to weave the
cloth. In theory, the finer the yarn, the more yarn is packed
into each yard of cloth, the silkier it will feel & the happier
you will be. That said, nowadays most every bolt of cloth is
labeled super 100 or super 120 or even super 150. This is the
clothing industry’s version of grade inflation. Just because
the yarn is very thin doesn’t mean the fabric is fine. After
all, the old Yugo was made out of the same steel as a svelte
Ferrari, yet nobody would ever confuse the two. Likewise, don’t
confuse some of our competitors who flout super 120, super
150, super 180 as really being “super” without knowing the