It's all too real. You leave for work in the morning looking sharp and neatly pressed. You get in the car, or take the bus or train, and in the process collect a medley of creases on your suit, shirt, and trousers. And you haven't even stepped into the office yet.
Yes, the struggle is all too real. No matter how careful you are to preserve that spiffy look of yours for at least 8 hours, you always seem to end up disheveled by the end of the day. Okay, maybe just a little.
But what if you could go on about your day like Chase Armitage here, with nary a care about creases and what-have-you? Parkour your way to work perhaps? The answer to all your woes is T.M. Lewin's new Infinity Suit.
Chase Armitage, one of the most experienced and creative directors shooting parkour and free running. His most recent short film, Free Inspiration, has been well-received and is now entered into the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. And oh, in case you're a Potterhead like me, he played a snatcher in Deathly Hallows Part 1. He and his gang were responsible for capturing Harry, Ron, and Hermione, and turning them over to Malfoy Manor.
The British clothing brand's newest creation promises greater protection against crushing and creasing, allowing you to still be that sharply dressed gentleman at the end of the day as you were at the start. The suit's open weave also offers more of that cool feeling and comfort by absorbing excess water. Wear it with T.M. Lewin's range of non-iron shirts, and you've got the perfect combo.
Hey, if Chase here can still look awesome after a free running trip around London, you know the Infinity Suit can survive your daily commute and hours of slaving at the office.