Men’s Suits: The English, The Italian, The American

An illustrated primer on men’s suits via Cool & Chic Style to Dress Italian II.

 

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2 Comments to “Men’s Suits: The English, The Italian, The American”

  1. They have the shoulders on the English and Italian wrong. English suitmakers usually have more padded/structured shoulders deriving from military dress. Italian suit shoulders run the gamut of padded/structured Roman style or completely unpadded natural shoulder/Neapolitan style.

  2. Experienced tailors with finest choice and stitching capability provides bespoke suits according to your career,business and social needs. Rigorous quality, finest fabrics and experienced skilled tailors with the most modern techniques of cut gives a gentleman fabulous look.

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