A look that is rare on the street these days is the multi-colored suit, like the one on the man in the Esquire illustration. The declining demand for suits has driven out most of the color so that retailers can carry less inventory. That however is not a reason for men who have their clothes made to avoid it. The world would be a better place, in my opinion, if it was seen more often.
Among the better producers Scabal's Wain Shiell has two books of 14 ounce patterns and John G. Hardy has a few multi-stripes remaining in its Dorchester book of 14 ounce twist suitings.
Consider them for Autumn.