The aptly-named 'Cuba' suit from Regent may arouse in you a strong (maybe even unprecedented) desire to enjoy a cigar on a deckchair, your contemplative chin framed by the wings of a coral pink bowtie as the waves lazily turn and recede in your periphery. Two button and unlined with belt loops to optimise it for balmy environs, its smart navy, 100% cotton herringbone fabric has a pin stitch ticked playfully through the lapels and yearns to be paired with pastel cufflinks and breezy bowties (maybe switching to open-necked after your third mojito), united in the middle by crème brûlée buttons. Its summery navy colour, subliminally much softer on the eye than other navy suits, is a product of the garment washing process (once the domain of jeans but now a popular choice for all sorts of materials). This will render it amenable to rumples, as if its blazer was born to be tossed rakishly over the shoulder of someone hailing a cocotaxi in the blushing pre-dawn, the waves lapping calmly in the mid-distance. Regent suits have a slim yet comfortable silhouette for a contemporary look that is at home in the boardroom as it is at a bar. The jacket has a slightly narrower lapel, remaining slim through the sleeve and retaining a subtle shape in the side seams. This fit is mirrored in the trousers which are generous in the waist but slightly narrower through the thigh: our trousers have unfinished bottoms so as to be tailored to your leg length.