How Bespoke Suits Set You Apart
The minute you decide to sign up for a well-tailored bespoke suit, you accept success as a badge of honour that represents everything you worked hard and stand for. It’s not fashion we’re talking about here, this goes way beyond it; it’s everlasting style and finesse that you abide by. With over 5,000 fabrics, styles and a wide array of colours, as well as a vast selection of accessories to choose from, nothing will get in your way of looking your finest. We don’t know about you, but we can’t think of a better way for a gentleman to be portrayed in the classy demeanour that does him justice, than with a customised suit that has him written all over it. At Collars & Cuffs, bespoke is not only something we offer, it’s a concept we wholeheartedly believe in. We truly believe that every man should be embraced by a well-tailored and custom-made suit, made just for him. Every part of the process of tailoring your bespoke suit has your aesthete character and everything that makes you so unique expressed clearly, from the fit to the finishing. Our fabrics are from the most renowned in the world of luxury – Marzoni, Scabal, Loro Piana, Guabello Zignone, Huddersfield, and Cerutti – plenty to choose from, but with your sense of style, you’ll know which one feels right.
The Right Fabrics
Speaking of fabrics, choosing the right fabric is its own process and is more important than you may think. To meet the needs of durability, the right material of fabric is foremost when tailoring your bespoke suit. Wool is known to be a brilliant choice of material for suits, due to its crease-resistant and highly breathable qualities. While it offers warmth, wool as a material is lightweight and graceful on the surface of the skin, which plays a significant part in providing comfort and resilience. When it comes to cotton, the best thing about it is that it offers versatility for a number of casual occasions that is great for all body types. Cotton provides a softness you can’t go wrong with, while being extremely breathable, especially during the parching heat of the summer. Now, because you are high-class but down to earth, you obviously need, at the very least, one bespoke linen suit in your dresser. Linen as a material provides comfort, and screams approachable out loud at your informal affairs. Here’s some suit for thought; linen is actually the oldest material in textiles there is.