There are certain types of mens clothing that just portray all that is English. A Regalness of suit fabric that just brings nobility. One of those rich fabrics is the Glen Plaid. Glen Plaid is short for the name Glenurquhart check plaid which was first seen in Scotland. It was first used exclusively by a New Zealand countess to outfit her Gamekeepers as a uniform of sort. This plaid designed fabric first became popular by the Duke of Windsor when he first became the Prince of Wales and from that point on became known as the Prince of Wales Check fabric that he was often seen out and about wearing during leisure time events. Glen style Plaid became a sporting fabric that one would use for Horse back riding and hunting.
After a while, suit manufacturers started making Glen Plaid Mens Suits
in a more dressy manner but still it remains a more casual suit attire. Glen Plaid Mens Suits are generally made in single breasted style but is often seen in double breasted as well. Suits of this patterned fabric are not for wearing to the office or for evening wear but for wearing on the weekends during the day since it is a light color combination. You may see this type of fabric infused with other colors accents as long as the primary colors are the black and white. Glen plaid looks simply stunning in a six button double breasted style that you could imagine Prince Charles wearing. If you are man of many suits, I highly recommend adding of these stylish plaid fabric suits to your arsenal if you haven't done so already.