|By PR Newswire||
|November 23, 2012 03:39 PM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The newest James Bond film is a nationwide event and Skyfall is no different. The most recent flick had the highest opening weekend ever (with about $90 million dollars raked in) and many are giving it Oscar buzz. That being said, each new movie in the 007 series also serves as a shared cultural experience for American men, who look to the most recent James Bond as a style guide. From his watch to his drink of choice, men know that looking like Mr. Bond isn't just a surefire way to look good; it's a certain way to feel powerful. Italsuit, manufacturer of mens suits out of Milan since 1915, helps men with this pursuit. By providing affordable, well-made Italian suits, the company makes looking like a world-class secret agent accessible for every man.
The easiest way to emulate Bond's bold elegance is to search the Italsuit inventory, most especially the sharkskin suits section. There are two white suits that will have you looking like you borrowed Sean Connery's iconic wardrobe from Goldfinger and added a modern touch to it. Italsuit's Palazio style white men's suit with a 2 side vent is an iconic staple for any man who likes the all-white look, available in over 20 sizes. The Italsuit Catania-style white shark skin suit offers a little twist on the Palazio look; with contrasting black buttons, jacket trim, and pocket details, this suit adds an amazing dash of boldness to the classic white suit. Both suits are available for an incredibly low price of $199.00 each, which is about 90% off the $1899.00 market price.
Italsuit's inventory also covers the other iconic James Bond ensembles. Their huge selection of mens tuxedos online brings Italian fashions to the most formal events. In addition, Italsuit carries many slim fit suits, which appear to be Daniel Craig's wardrobe of choice. Any man wearing these suits—available at a fraction of market price with incredibly low shipping rates—will feel so well-dressed and suave that he'll practically hear Adele singing a theme song as he walks.
The details are also important when completing the James Bond look; Italsuit covers all of these important accessories as well. There are tie sets available (some include the iconic bowtie) to bring the whole dapper look together. Italsuit offers a selection of men's watches and dress shoes to make the 007 illusion complete, as well. Furthermore, Italsuit gives away a free tie and handkerchief with any of their suits that fall under their $99.00 suit special. These discount suits, which sample almost every style available at Italsuit, cost $149.00 each, but are reduced to the incredibly low rate of $99.00 when three or more are purchased. It's truly a fantastic bargain—practically the same cost as taking a group to see Skyfall—for such well-made suits.
Nonetheless, Italsuit knows that the James Bond look isn't a universal solution for every man's unique style and verve. For some men, a gangster influenced zoot suit may be the best fit. The Harvey style men's fashion suits available throughout Italsuit's online store with their many zoot suits are bound to serve as a catchall for men whose tastes veer towards the dramatic.
These looks can be browsed today at www.italsuit.com!
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