Personalise Your Suit with Border Details
Last month we touched on some of the wide range of options available in the design of a bespoke suit. This month we are focussing on borders…
Adding a special finish to the edge of the suit – such as…
All the above can make a make a significant difference to the overall look of the finished garment.
You may wish to doff your cap to a bygone era of tailoring and have the wonderful gauntlet cuffs pictured on this dinner suit:
On the other hand, some options are more understated and can only be seen under closer inspection – such as stab stitching,
On this occasion the differences are subtle, but you know they’re there – and that’s what counts.
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