Waistcoat Styles : Contemporary
A contemporary, five-button high-cut waistcoat. This style of waistcoat will show a material amount of the waistcoat and fit tight up to the neckline. A smart choice for your everyday business three-piece suit.
Waistcoat Styles : Formal
The formal style, four-button waistcoat with a deeper triangular shaped neckline. This cut works well for formal suiting, showing a range of the waistcoat above the buttoning point of the jacket.
Waistcoat Styles : Classic
The classic double-breasted, shawl-collared waistcoat is made for formalwear and sartorial experts. Featuring three rows of two buttons, tightly arrange close to the waistcoat bottom. Perfect for weddings and black-tie events (especially so with velvet or heavy tweed fabrics).
Waistcoat Styles : Horseshoe
As the name suggests, this waistcoat has a deep neckline (shaped like a horseshoe) and a minimalist three-button stance. Ideal for formalwear but also a stylish choice for everyday suiting. The subtle cut to the waistcoat means it won’t show if you have it buttoned up, leaving a surprise for when you take of your jacket.
Waistcoat Styles : Modern
The modern waistcoat is cut with a lower neckline in a four-button style. A subtler version of the contemporary waistcoat, this will show above the jacket when buttoned, but just a hint of suggestion of what lies beneath.
Waistcoat Styles : Notch Lapel
The notch lapel waistcoat is the choice for those that love a traditional look, and who enjoy wearing the waistcoat without the jacket. Cut similarly to the contemporary waistcoat with the addition of notch lapels, this style presents a style similar to a jacket and adds more visual interest with an everyday wearing appeal. Ideal for those who like a traditional style with a bit of interest.
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We aren’t an ordinary retail shop. Instead, we aim for an approachable, personable service where we can take the time to get to know you and your style. We schedule appointments either at your home, your office or our studio space (depending on the type and length of the appointment). A great-fitting, custom suit can’t be rushed – whether in its design, tailoring, or getting to know the clothier you are working with to make sure it the custom garments are made just right for you.
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