natural, pleated shoulder
This intricate shoulder is lightly padded, pleated, and stitched by hand. The result is a delicately structured finish that exudes expert craftsmanship—for connoisseurs, a pleat is recognized as a sign of traditional Italian tailoring.
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.