【Interactive】 Summer & Winter Shirts Fabrics

【Interactive】 Summer & Winter Shirts Fabrics

(Daniel): Hi Darmian. What should I be aware of when choosing summer & winter fabrics for shirts? (Darmian S): Hi Daniel, thanks for your email. When choosing shirts/ shirt fabrics (especially when touching the shirt fabrics), have you ever noticed the thickness...
【Interactive】 Fabrics for Casual Suits

【Interactive】 Fabrics for Casual Suits

FABRICS FOR CASUAL SUITS Q: (Kristie) Hi Darmian, my boyfriend is looking for a tailor-made suit which is more special and less formal. Any recommendations on which fabrics to go for? (Darmian S): Thanks Kristie for the email. I have two ideas for you. 1) Flannel...
【Interactive】 Suit Fabrics for Spring

【Interactive】 Suit Fabrics for Spring

SPRING FABRICS FOR HONG KONG Q: (Ivan) Hi Darmian, I am looking for a suit for cool (but not-so-cold) spring season for Hong Kong. Which spring suit fabrics would you suggest? (Darmian S): Thanks Ivan for the email. Yes, my suggestion is to go for some fabrics which...
Choosing The Fabric – Thread Count

Choosing The Fabric – Thread Count

Apart from the raw material of the fabric, thread count is also another key feature in fabrics. In simple terms, tread count is simply the number of threads in each square inch of fabric. Higher Thread Count the Better? In general, the higher the threadcounts, the...
Choosing The Best Fabric for Shirts

Choosing The Best Fabric for Shirts

We shared about the different types of suit fabric in our previous post. How about for shirts? Ever wonder what is the best fabric for shirts? Shirt Fabric – Pure Cotton is the best? Most people prefer 100% pure cotton for their shirts. Mainly as it is more...
Choosing The Best Fabric for Suits

Choosing The Best Fabric for Suits

Ever wonder what is the best fabric for suits? If it’s your first time stepping foot into a tailor store, it can be quite daunting and intimidating for some people. The question “How can I help you, sir?” simply feels like a bomb has been dropped. Your answer is...