Double vs. Single-Breasted Suit

Double vs. Single-Breasted Suit

Double vs. Single-Breasted Suit: How to choose?  If you’d like a suit that’s versatile, go for a single-breasted suit. It’s more flexible as you can easily dress it up or down according to different occasions. A double-breasted suit is more formal...
Super 130s – What does it mean?

Super 130s – What does it mean?

What does “Super 130s” mean? The S-number indicates the wool fibre thickness. The higher the number, the narrower the wool fibre. It’s regarded as an easy way to determine the quality of the fabric. While it’s true that fabrics with higher...
Own suits? Invest in THESE

Own suits? Invest in THESE

Invest in quality wooden hangers Quality hangers are a MUST for your suits. You don’t want wire hangers to ruin your tailored suit. Look for hangers with wide shoulders and made from wood. They’ll help maintain the shape of your jacket, optimising the shoulder support...
Check THIS to identify a quality suit

Check THIS to identify a quality suit

What is the material used for the lining of your suit? Look at the lining of the suit. What material is it? If it’s a polyester lining, it’s poorly made. Polyester is made from synthetic materials and just like plastic, it doesn’t breath very well. Even if you have a...