Choose your preferred fit

Regular, loose or slim? What do you like best and what is your individual style? In North America the regular and sometimes even the loose cut is very common. It’s traditional and classic. In Europe and the rest of the world, trends have been more slim for a period. British Traditional suits are cut closer to the body. They have slightly narrower and defined shoulders with higher armhole. The Italian cut appears more trendy and sleek. Mostly among young men, the skinny cut that contours your body closely with limited room for movement has been very popular for some time.

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2 or 3 piece suit

2 or 3 piece?

Like the 3 button suit – apart from being warmer – the vest gives a more elegant impression. If you really want to give a refined impression – use a vest to your suit.

Lapel

Choose your lapel type

Buttons (V-shaped lapel)

There are no rules for the number of buttons a vest should have, but a three buttons single breasted suit jacket normally looks better with more buttons like 5 or 6 vest buttons than a two- or one button does. Also the taller you are, the more buttons you would normally look good in.

Buttons (rounded lapel)

There are no rules for the number of buttons a vest should have, but a three buttons single breasted suit jacket normally looks better with more buttons like 5 or 6 vest buttons than a two- or one button does. Also the taller you are, the more buttons you would normally look good in.

Pockets

The absolutely most common is the jetted vest pockets. But if you want to be casual and match your patched pockets on the suit, choose patched.

Bottom

The most common is the V-shaped bottom. If you want to be a little special and bold or make a statement, choose rounded.

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Buttoning

Many people would use on a two-button suit. It’s the most common suitable for most body types but determine what might be best for your body type before going with two buttons. Three buttons is more elegant and can sometimes give a more stiff impression. The one button suit is the cooler, hipper younger brother of the two button suit. An even lower button stance and a deeper V. But be careful, it’s possible that this look can be seen as a bit too cool in a conservative work environment. The double-breasted suit is it’s a bit more stylish, a bit more cutting and a little bit more fashion forward. Double-breasted jackets always have peak lapels.

Chest pocket

Most suit jackets have a chest pocket; for a folded pocked square, sunglasses or business cards.

Lapel Types

A notched lapel is the most versatile. You can wear it to work, to the bar, to an interview, just about anywhere you like. A peaked lapel is generally a more formal look than the notched lapel. On a double breasted suit or not, it makes a statement. All lapel types go with all body types.

Choose lapel width (a*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (b*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (c*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (d*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (e*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (f*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (g*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (h*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (i*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (j*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (k*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (l*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (m*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (n*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Choose lapel width (o*)

How thick do you like your lapels? Thinner lapels are more modern and can give a young look, while thicker are more traditional. (*option code)

Lapel stitch

Visible stitches around the edges of your lapels are called pick-stitching. They are subtle and can be an attractive decorative flourish. Well-made garments are made both with and without stitching nowadays.

Front pockets

Apart from just fashion and personal preference, the different pocket types say something about how formal or casual the jacket is perceived. Jetted pockets are considered most dressy and formal and patched pockets more sporty and casual. Flap pockets are most common and also quite formal. Some see slanted pockets as a little more casual than straight pockets and a 3rd ticket pocket even a little more casual. But not as casual as patched pockets.

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Sleeve buttons

Four buttons are standard but sports jackets usually have only two. For a two-button suit – choose two or four sleeve buttons. For a three-button suit jacket – choose three sleeve buttons.

Sleeve button holes

You can choose functional or not functional sleve button holes. They are usually not functional.

Back vents

The single vent is the most common, also outside America nowadays. The classical Italian style is ventless. It is more fitted and classy. Side vents is the classical English option. It gives added shape and prevents the jacket from creasing. The most common choice for double breasted jackets is side vents.

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Pleats

Pleats are more classic and traditional and no pleats are more modern. But having pleats or not is more a question of
if you’re a larger man - not just overweight - but maybe athletic with giant thighs and a squat-enhanced behind - then you might need them. No pleats could be quite unforgiving. But you are buying tailormade trousers so if you are normally built you can go for the no pleats if you like

Cuffs

Right now, most trousers are cuff-less. It's more modern. Cuffs are a great look for casual suits or, if you’re a taller guy, select cuffs to get everything in proportion.

Fastening

Fastening is really more a question of individual taste than fashion. You normally wear a belt over the fastening.

Front pockets

Vertical pockets hides the pockets most, making it the most formal. Also sliced pockets are quite formal and rounded the most casual.

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Back pockets

Back pockets are most traditionally a single horizontal slit with one button. Flaps and especially patched pockets are more casual. Two pack pockets are more practical and casual.

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Lining

Please choose lining. Lining is the inner layer and provide a neat inside finish.
Just skip to next step if you want the tailors to chose the typical lining to fit your fabric.

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Superior suit fabrics

We offer very exclusive fabrics from the best fashion industry fabric manufacturers. Our tailors handpick all fabrics – from a quality and fashion point of view – and we never buy fabrics in bulk as both the standard size clothing for department stores and chains and many other tailors in the industry. We let you choose from a wide variety of quality fabrics in different categories, prices and qualities. From the most exclusive to the very affordable – all our fabrics are of very good and exclusive quality. And more important – you can always follow our recommended fabrics and predefined products – to make sure that you are always in fashion. It can be hard to choose, we know that. But our tools visualize the fabric and even lets you see the fabric in HQ photos. You have our style guides. And you are always welcome to e-mail us for guidance and questions.

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 4 categories ranging from mix wool blends to 100% wool in cashmere and merino. Our categories are: Superior, Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Superior category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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Premium suit fabrics

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 4 categories ranging from mix wool blends to 100% wool in cashmere and merino. Our categories are: Superior, Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Superior category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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Prestige suit fabrics

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 4 categories ranging from mix wool blends to 100% wool in cashmere and merino. Our categories are: Superior, Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Superior category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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Exclusive suit fabrics

For your convenience, we have divided our fabrics into 4 categories ranging from mix wool blends to 100% wool in cashmere and merino. Our categories are: Superior, Premium, Prestige and Exclusive. The Superior category is our most economic choice, but please remember that all fabrics are of very good quality. The exclusive category is very high-class and privileged.

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