This model has a classic design and compared with the Slim Fit model, is not as tight over the shoulders and chest. It is neither as narrow in the waist and the trouser legs are a little wider.
The fit of your blazer indicates your preference for movement when wearing it. If you prefer a fuller cut with greater movement ability then this is the fit for you.
This model is tighter fitting than the Classic model, especially over the shoulders and chest. The waist is accentuated and the trouser legs narrow.
The single breasted jacket is a popular choice, particularily in recent years. Just a single button is a bit unusual, but has become more popular over the last few years.
The single breasted jacket is a popular choice, particularily in recent years. Two buttons signals an easy and fashionable look.
The single breasted jacket is a popular choice, particularily in recent years. A jacket with three buttons signals a more formal style and always feels correct in more traditional settings.
The double breasted jacket is a classic and elegant choice. A jacket with Four buttons has a more relaxed look than Six buttons.
The double breasted jacket is a classic and elegant choice. A jacket with Six buttons signal a more formal style and always feels correct in more traditional settings.
The notch lapel is the most common lapel for a reason – it’s the most versatile of the bunch. It is most often found in single-breasted suit jackets, blazers and sports coats. If you only own one suit, this is the lapel type to go with. Ideal for single-breasted suits, blazers and sports coats. Not recommended for double-breasted suits and tuxedos.
Peak lapels are traditionally the most formal of the lapels and were originally common in formal wear garments such as tailcoats and morning coats. Peak lapels will tend to look a little more fashion-forward.Double-breasted suit will almost always have peak lapels. They are also appropriate on single-breasted suits and you’ll often see these lapels on pinstriped fabrics.
The shawl lapel is most common on dinner jackets/tuxedos (for those nights you plan on taking down a couple of Oscars or upstaging the groomsmen at a friend’s wedding).Not recommended if you have an extremely round face or body as the rounded lapel will accentuate those features by mimicking it. Ideal for tuxedos.
Slim lapels flatter the slimmer body type by adding to the already slim nature of the wearer’s appearance.
Timeless and classic. This is the lapel width that will never appear out of style.
The classic rule states that wide lapels are better suited for men of larger stature.
Straight pockets with flap
Perfect for the formal look.
Great way to get a more casual look.
The jacket has no vents.
Single vent at the center bottom of the jacket's back.
One vent at each side of the jacket's back.
Personalise your suit by having text embroidered on the inner pocket.
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Trousers without pleats.
Trousers with one pleat on both sides of the front.
Trousers with two pleats on both sides of the front.
Trousers with belt loops.
Trousers without belt loops. If you choose this option you might also want to choose to have adjusters.
Quietly situated on the waistbands of well-made pants, people are letting go of the loops and opting for sleek trouser adjusters
Trousers with cuffs.
Trousers without cuffs
Three buttons is very uncommon, as button spacing will need to be wider.
Four buttons will make the waistcoat less visible under the jacket.
Five buttons is the classic option.
Peak is the normal option, where the front closing cuts away below the last button.
Straight is extremely rare and usually only used for double breasted vests.
A fastener can be useful to give the waistcoat more shape, especially if you expect to occasionally wear it without a jacket.
Lining is a cooler option when worn under a suit or tuxedo jacket and makes a nice contrast when the jacket is taken off.
Flapped is always appropriate, as it matches the jacket’s breast pocket.
If your jacket has piped pockets, you can choose to match that style.
Lapels on a vest look dressier. Since a 3 piece suit is already a killer look, these vests are often worn without a jacket.
Most vests go without a lapel for a more clean and modern look.
Personalise your shirt by having text embroidered on it.
Please choose normal fit if you are using measurements from well fitting shirt
*For shirt measurement: We will follow your measurements exactly; *For body measurement: We add 16 cm to hips, waist and chest measurements provided by you, to achieve extra room while maintaining that unmistakable tailored look as well as, we add 4 cm to your shoulders measurements (which means they are 2 cm longer on each side), and take 2 cm off each sleeve. This way the shirt is less tight.
*For shirt measurement: We will follow your measurements exactly; *For body measurement: We add 12 cm to hips, waist and chest measurements provided by you, in order to give you room to move about. Sleeves, collar, shirt length, etc are tailored exactly to your measurements.
*For shirt measurement: We will follow your measurements exactly; *For body measurement: We add 20 cm to hips, waist and chest measurements provided by you. As well as, we add 8 cm to your shoulders measurements (which means they are 4 cm longer on each side), and take 4 cm off each sleeve. This fit is more appropriate for less slim gentlemen.