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Distinctive details that become obvious even to the untrained eye

 

  1. Collar Break Detail

 

'Collar Break Stripe Matching'

The term 'collar break' refers to the area where the collar meets the lapel at an angle of almost 45º. Although most tailors would consider it unnecessary to have the stripes matching in this area, we try to achieve this wherever possible.

 

 

'The Back'

The two halves of the back are cut and seamed together to form the perfect width stripe to allow accurate collar matching.

 

The Back

Shoulder Detail

 

'The Shoulder Seam'

The shoulder seams can be cut to match for most clients. The out breast pocket should always match.

 

 

'Side pocket detail.'

Stripe and check cloth should always be cut to match, although this is not possible above the pocket as a dart is taken out to create waist definition. The delicate hand stitched pocket flap edges can also be seen.

 

Side Pocket Detail

Cuff Detail

 

'Cuff Button Holes'

Each hole is real and can be unfastened. The buttons are real horn and hand sewn using extra strong waxed thread.

 

 


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