We have a variety of suit alterations available once you select your style of choice.
The notched lapel (“step collar” in England) is the standard lapel style for business suits and other conservative jackets. Peak lapels (also referred to as “peaked lapels” or “pointed collars” in Britain) are the most formal type of lapel found in menswear. A notch lapel has a 90-degree open space at the gorge.
A peaked lapel has much less space (if any), and the lapel juts outward and upward toward the shoulder, extending past the collar itself.
A single-breasted suit consists of a formal trouser and a jacket, coat, or a similar item that has only one column of buttons, and usually, there is no overlapping of the fabric.
A double-breasted suit, mostly intended for men, is designed with wider overlapping front lapels along with two columns of buttons.
The vent-free jacket features an unbroken silhouette that is only ever appropriate with formalwear.
A single jacket vent sits directly in the center back of the jacket hem.
The double jacket vent (or side vents) features twin openings that sit on each side of the jacket’s back hem.
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