15 most expensive suits ever sold in the World | #15. Ermenegildo Zegna Bespoke ($22,000) | source: zeusfactor.com
By FASHION CORRESPONDENT
Men wear suits like daily armors. How much did it cost them to pull of these most expensive suits?
According to Alux, most people think men’s clothing don’t take as much as women’s do. But we are about to change those minds with this list of world’s most expensive suits!
Even if we like it or not, people always have and probably always will judge a book by its cover. So, why not get the most expensive cover there is?
The suits we’re going to talk about are probably worth more than your car, and in some cases even more than your house! Yup, that is how far people would go for a suit. They spend fortunes on the ultimate pamper treatment when it comes to choosing their suits. And as every man knows, a great suit serves as the modern day armor!
It gives one strength, confidence, perceived authority, and power!
These fifteen most expensive suits are not your average H&M pieces, but one-of-a-kind items used as the symbol of ones’ affluence!
- Ermenegildo Zegna Bespoke ($22,000)
With $22,000 bundled price, it should come as no surprise that these suits are unlike those you can pick up at a store. These suits are handmade just for one, hence the namebespoke. That is why they suit their owner perfectly from head to toe.
Ermenegildo Zegna has been making suits since they first opened the first shop in Trivero, Italy back in 1910. After more than a century in the world of suit-making, quality should and would come first.
The company claims to use over seven hundreds of fabric to make each of these expensive bespoke suits. If that does not speak quality and exclusivity for you, I don’t know what else will!
Besides the bespoke suits, Ermenegildo Zegna has also been producing suits for world renowned brands like Gucci, Tom Ford, and Saint Laurent.
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