As mentioned above, it is a Rangoon and not a Fresco.
Pics will be posted when I get them.
I think we established why we spontaneously desire new suits: vanity.
My vanity is far speedier than a pair of pants' rate of wearing out...
Not sure if you are getting some fancy linen, but the material is exceptionally hardy and will soften over time. Indeed, this is desirable and the point -- like jeans. Unless you are living in one linen suit, I don't think it should wear away like your flannels. If it's an exceptionally smooth, 'hard' linen, it may develop a sheen in spots (maybe), but I can't say I would give it a second thought when ordering a coat and pants. My point above is that you will find the process of buying clothing positively flies when you aren't constantly second-guessing yourself about things like this, or poring over swatch samples by lamplight, etc. It's not always necessary to kick the tires. At the very least you will sleep more soundly if you throw caution to the wind. But I know that checking everything in triplicate is the igent way.
By the way, I was just inspecting some thick linen sheets that are six years old and have been used and abused over that time, laundered, dried with heat, etc., etc., and they are free of any signs of wear, other than that they have developed a silken smoothness. I want a change of pace so I'll be cutting them up to serve as pillowcases and general purpose rags, etc, but they could go another 10 years (at least) if desired.
This is for fairly middle of the road linen, btw. I can't vouchsafe that if you are getting some silk blended super 1 millions linen it won't turn into dust.