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M.J. Bale’s SS15 Collection

M.J. Bale pride themselves as an Australian tailor and clothier with great quality garments for the everyday gentleman. Their seasons never disappoint, branching out and finding the new and to make sure they are a stand out amongst others. Their latest spring-summer collection showcases just that.

M.J. Bale have stepped away from the everyday businessman suiting, to bring in their casual line of clothing, ‘MJB.’ Catering to the guys who don’t always want to suit up or put on a tie, MJB features a range of polos, chinos from slim to straight, and linen jackets, amongst a very vibrant colour palette, with a few little accessories to make the wardrobe slightly more fun.

A huge inspiration also came from the Japanese lifestyle, culture and style to help them push M.J. Bale into a new direction. The Japanese influence is seen in their first range of denim including indigo jeans, manufactured by Japanese denim, and also a full cotton suit made in Japan.

Whilst they’ve always had the everyday suit covered, M.J. Bale emphasised a strong focus on the dinner suit. To create something that was different from the traditional black, straight, clean tuxedo, was a task that would be seen difficult for some. But M.J. Bale came out with a woolen dark navy tuxedo featuring peak and shawl lapels, and a magnificent blue velvet jacket for casual tux.

And for a man who wants to stick to one suit – the infinity suit has all occasions covered. This features the same navy textured weave fabric made from Superfine Australian merino wool, a single-breasted jacket in slim and traditional fits, double breasted jacket, a shawl lapel tuxedo jacket, single breasted waistcoat, double breasted waistcoat and a trouser in slim and traditional fits.

To round it off, a new M.J. Bale retail store is set to launch in the new luxury Piazza in Martin Place, Sydney.

Bring on next season.

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