I just took an order for suit in this Ariston super 130s wool (middle fabric in picture). The 270g weight and mid-grey color are perfect for all year round and the fabric has a very nice hand. This is an example of a true staple suit that is a good place to start a versatile professional wardrobe. Many non-SF customers come with lots of ideas for their their first custom suit based on "cool" unique details that they have seen elsewhere. At least 90% of my customers want hacking pockets with a ticket pocket. Quite a few have requests for colorful buttonholes, five button sleeves, contrast pickstitching - sometimes even a quarter inch off the edge of the lapel - and suits that are just plain too short and too tight. I always suggest that the first suit should be in a staple fabric and have classic proportions. A well fitting suit is a much better way to attract positive attention than a monstrosity that screams "look at me!". If the customer really wants to express his individuality, I recommend an interesting lining, colored mother of pearl buttons or one contrasting buttonhole on each sleeve. Of course my job is to make the customer happy so I never push this on anyone but at the end of the day people usually agree and are thankful for the guidance when the suit arrives.