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Here you can find some interesting articles about our tailor-ship and how things are done.
Buttoned Back Pocket This type of pocket has a similar design as the welt pocket. These are flattened, closed pockets with a welt
No Back Pockets Some of you may have seen this design or may want this design on your pair of trousers. This design
Pleated Pocket Type The Pleated Pocket Type also known as round pocket or embellished pocket. The pocket appears to be round unlike the
French with coin pocket The French with coin pockets is a watch pocket, which was first used by men who carried pocket watches
The amount of buttons should be on your jacket's cuffs is not something that is governed by laws or even just general norms.
No Pockets Slanted These pockets are hip suit pockets that are angled, which gives it an athletic vibe. When a jacket contains more
No Pocket Flaps The no pocket, also known by the nicknames jetted, piped, or besom, appears to be nothing more than slits
When wearing tailored clothing, one of the first things a male sees and appreciates is the number of pockets on a suit
The majority of people cannot even tell the difference between fine workmanship and industrial manufacture once it comes to suits due to
The fabric flaps that are folded over and placed by the upper chest on the front side of a jacket are called lapels.