Crafting your next jaw-dropping ensemble is no small feat; it often takes an eye for the fine details to truly design that definitive style. So with that in mind, we’ve introduced a fresh lineup of customizations that’ll make it even easier for you to suit up in a way that’s all your own.
So without further ado, allow us to introduce you to some of our latest customizations:
#1: Unstructured Sport Coats: Dress things down with a small, square shoulder canvas and no shoulder padding. This look pairs perfectly with (and adds a little sophistication to) a t-shirt and a pair of jeans.
#2: Soft Shoulders: Opt for a soft shoulder if you have a broader build; this will help accent all the right areas of your silhouette. If you have a lean build, more structure helps add some definition and shape.
#3: Roped Shoulders: Attributed to famously prestigious Italian and Savile Row tailoring, roped shoulders are for those looking to add a little upscale edge to their style. This feature is subtle but effective, with a raised sleeve attachment that adds a small ridge where sleeve meets torso.
#4: Notch Wide Lapels: Wide lapels are back in a big way. Once a thing of the past, this style statement has made a triumphant return for the nostalgically-inclined.
#5: Rounded Patch Chest Pocket: Go ahead, break the rules; the rounded chest pocket is a fashion-forward alternative to the traditional welt-style breast pocket.
#6: Three Button Roll-Over and Four Button Double Breasted Buttons: Wrap up your look with new button options for your suit jacket—from the Bond-inspired three button roll-over, to the modern, four button twist to the traditional double breasted jacket.
#7: New Collar Felt Colors: Add a fresh pop of color under your collar with bold red, vivid green, light blue, or royal blue collar felt options.
#8: Elbow Patches: The elbow patch is usually associated with the prestige and intelligence of the hardworking university professors that started this trend. This customization option is for those that want practicality and a dash of refinement.
#9: Throat Tab: Our fully detachable throat tab is designed for those especially frigid winter months, giving you the ability to fend off any unexpected frostiness (and look good doing it).
#10: New Monogram Colors: With royal blue, purple, and red text options, you’ve now got even more room to make a statement.
#11: Casual Pant Trim: It’s what’s on the inside that counts; now you can add a gingham trim accent to the inside pocket lining, waistband facing, and fly backing.
Well, there you have it: 11 new ways to create clothes that are as unique as you are. How you style your suit from here, of course, is up to you.