A natural shoulder, as the name suggests, is designed to follow the body's natural curves. With unpadded shoulders and a subdued ridge that runs flat along the seams, natural shoulders are typically regarded as one of the more versatile finishes—easily adaptable to both relaxed and more formal styles.
The prime choice for the more straightforward fits, a notch lapel offers a neat, timeless appeal that could easily be both elegant and casual.
One of the most common designs for up-to-date suiting, 2-button fronts on single-breasted cuts provide the greatest range of versatility. Found on both elegant high-end fits, and well as those that are more relaxed, 2-button single-breasted suits are apt for just about any occasion—just remember to button only the top when standing.
A sportier style usually found on more informal styles like linen summer suits and structured tweeds, patch pockets are a single piece of lined, matching fabric sewn to the outside of the jacket to make an open-mouth pocket.