I've been googling info about wool grades, and it is a little confusing.
Generalization: higher super 100s wool (which I assume comes from merino worsted wool-correct me please) are more delicate but nicer to the hand the higher the super 100 wool is.
What if a suit just says "Merino Wool"? Could it be a good suit that is durable and dependable with continued use? What if the suit is "Merino or Lambswool", but not worsted?
The combinations: Wool/Linen...Wool/Cotton....Wool/Silk....Wool/Cashmere?
I have a Wool/Linen Blazer (Navy) I like very much for the warmer months-nicer than cotton, and almost as cool wearing.
How does all this compare to Camel Hair. I'm even looking at a Camel Hair/Silk sport coat. Does the combination with Silk make the fabric more or less durable.
I've looked at some Camel Hair overcoats that felt soft like Cashmere.
I have a summer Silk Sport Coat that wears durably and has a nice feel to it; not a silky silk, but more like a smooth soft cotton feel.
Any information, opinions, comments would be welcome.
I'm looking at some suits that range from 110s to 150s. Of course the 150s are more expensive, but the 110s are beautiful, soft, and maybe more durable?
Does anyone prefer not to wear super 100s suits and coats?
What is your favorite suit fabric?