Where do you begin with OppoSuits? Maybe you begin in the early sixties with Tommy Nutter blowing through Savile Row with his flamboyant cuts; the shoulders of which were so wide people reportedly walked through doorways sideways. Perhaps even a century before with Beau Brummell, the original dandy whose legacy and style is still revered nearly 200 years later; His influence on expressionism through fashion has been commemorated with a statue at the north end of Jermyn Street (not bad for a guy who has never posted a single photo on Instagram).
By no means are OppoSuits of Savile Row quality. Nor do they claim to be either (they openly say 100% polyester on the box, and 200% amazing). Ostensibly, OppoSuits are the arbiters of everything that is novelty, trend and fashion. Their best-seller is an all over Pac-Man suit. Albeit comedic, there’s a sense of knowing with OppoSuits. They’re in on the joke, not the butt of it. In just six years
The Pac-Man Suit
The king of arcade gaming, the little yellow man with the big mouth finally has his own suit.
The Lumberjack Suit
An ostentatious eye-catcher. A real haymaker. Paired with some winter biker boots and a beaming smile this will raise a few eyebrows at the party. Both Rob and I thought this had an element of punk-80s Madness about it.
The White Knight Suit
One thing to note is that these suits come in a box. A nice, neatly packaged box and the contents are a 2-piece suit and tie. The suit will need a press, especially