The Suit Guide

Every wardrobe needs a great suit. Discover the merits of slim vs regular for the ultimate tailoring statement.

Regular Fit

A regular suit is a classic and comfortable choice. Cut to a traditional, wider style that works for everyday life, it is versatile without compromising on fit.

Slim Fit

Cut closer to the body than a regular fit, a slim suit is more tailored. Designed for a contemporary look, it creates a streamlined silhouette with a fitted waistline and subtle tapering.

The fabric of your suit can determine where you wear it and how it falls. Choose from plush and premium to lightweight and durable.

Different occasions need different suits, with smarter settings asking for a sartorial statement and everyday needs calling for hardworking but suave tailoring.

Single-breasted Suit

A single-breasted jacket is the ultimate all-rounder. A two-button fastening is ideal for business, while a one-button option is your go-to for more formal occasions.

Three-piece Suit

A formal statement for weddings and important occasions, a three-piece suit is the most refined suiting ensemble, with a fitted waistcoat for the most polish.

Double-breasted Suit

A classic, a double-breasted suit has old-world charm that lends itself to special occasions, styled with an overlapping front and two columns of smart buttons.

The devil is in the attention-to-detail, completing your look on a refined or relaxed tone. From lapels to pockets, make an informed choice for your next investment.

Lapels

Put simply, a lapel is a folded piece of cloth on your jacket. A notch lapel is considered the most versatile, sitting on an angle, pointing upwards. A peak lapel is a formal choice, slanting up and leaving space next to the collar. A shawl lapel has a curved design and can usually be found on tuxedo jackets

Pockets

There are three pocket variations that your jacket might have. A flap pocket is the most standard, ideal for both smart and casual settings. A jetted pocket is often seen on formal tailoring with an angled look. And finally, a patch pocket offers relaxed sophistication, adding ease to smart jackets.