When your work takes you all over the country, or even to international destinations, you can ensure you always arrive in fine style by making the right choices about the suits you wear, as well as those you pack. Your tailor can help you make the right choices, so be sure to discuss exactly what your needs are going to be. As a frequent traveler, you are going to find yourself in many different environments, so you need suits that are adaptable to different climates, that are strong and durable, and that are easy to maintain. Consider environments as different as Miami and Seattle, or perhaps Los Angeles and Chicago. Each of these locations has unique factors that will normally be influential on your suit choice, but if you are going to be regularly visiting all of these locations (and perhaps many others) you will need to get a suit that is versatile enough to cope with the all the different conditions. The weight of a suit is also important for travelers, because heavy materials will increase the luggage weight for packed suits (of course this doesn't apply quite so much when you are wearing your suit on the plane). Keep in mind that you're probably going to remove your suit jacket while aboard the plane, and you may be required to stow it in the overhead bins or under the seat in front of you. Clearly it is important to ensure the material is low-maintenance, does not wrinkle easily, and can stand up to a bit of punishment. Linen is not a bad choice for warm climates, and is also light weight, but it doesn't have quite the same durability and crease resistance compared to wool. Both are usually better choices than synthetics, though synthetics may be a little less expensive. Typically the best bet is to choose a suit made from wool or microfiber, and to go for a more traditional 3 piece suit composed of jacket, waistcoat, and pants. The wisdom of this will be obvious any time that you move between climates that are significantly different. It is also sensible to opt for gray or some other neutral tone that is neither too dark nor too light. In more tropical climates, there is a tendency towards choosing light colors, and in other places people tend to prefer dark colors, so going with gray gives you a suit that will look fine in either type of place. It is generally better to wear your heavier suit and pack suits made from softer and lighter materials, because heavy fabrics are less easy to pack and obviously also more expensive to carry in terms of adding to your luggage weight. Choosing a suit can be a difficult task, so it is best to consult an expert tailor for advice. Studio Suits is one of America's most trusted and affordable custom tailoring services, and definitely should be an inclusion on your itinerary!