Guide to Suit Options

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Peak LApel

The most formal lapel choice.

Shawl Lapel

Popular on tuxedos and dinner jacekts.

Notch Lapel

The standard choice for lapels.

LAPEL Type

Notch lapels are less formal, though perfectly acceptable for all levels of formality below black tie (we aren’t fans of the notch lapel tux).

Peak lapels are more formal. They create more masculine V shaped torso line an create the impression of wider shoulders. 

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LAPEL WIDTH

Besides pant width, lapel width is the most fluid attribute of a suit, one that ebbs and flows with fashion over the decades. The early 2000s saw lapels shrink to 2.5” or sometimes less. Wider lapels are back in fashion thanks in large part to Tom Ford, who personally favors wider lapels and whose eponymous suits feature the same look, with lapel widths typically between 3.25 and 4 inches.

Which is right for you?

From Left: 

Skinny - 2.75"

Classic: 3.5"

Wide: 4.25"

Trousers

Unlike with your jacket, trousers designs are less a matter of style or preference and more a matter of function based on your leg shape.

TROUSER BREAK

SIDE ADJUSTERS

SIDE ADJUSTERS

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PATTERNS

We offer hundreds of fabrics in all shades and textures. Below is a list of some of the more common patterns and weaves you'll find in suiting fabrics. 

Hatch Pattern

A plain weave with slightly different colored threads giving a flannel-like effect to the cloth.

Bird's Eye

A pattern of tiny pin points against a different colored background, this gives the effect from afar of a color between the two. 

Herringbone

Alternating diagonal lines meeting at a point which resemble fish bones. This versatile false solid subtly elongates the figure.  

Stripes

A pattern of tiny pin points against a different colored background, this gives the effect from afar of a color between the two. 

Stripes aren't just for bankers! They look particularly sharp when crafted into a double breasted suit. 

Pin Stripes

Rope Stripes

Chalk Stripes

Sharkskin

A pick and pick weave which gives the appearance of diagonal zig zag lines often of two slightly different colored threads.

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