New Custom Clothing Line!

Tuxedos come in shawl collar, peak lapel, notch lapel or double breasted. I prefer the peak because it is a little different.

The new accent color seems to be purple. We are seeing it in shirts, ties, suits and sportcoats.

Wearing stripes and stripes, checks and checks together just
has to do with getting the right balance. The combination
can make for a distinctive look – takes a little planning, but
the end result can be tasteful.

A thin, sleeveless sweater vest under a suit or sportcoat jacket can add warmth and give your outfit a totally different look.

For whatever reason, many of us do not like to wear white in the winter. I am mainly referring to trousers – but I say an off white wool or corduroy trouser may be just the thing to lighten up a dark outfit.

When having your trousers hemmed or cuffed, a slight break over the shoe will make you look taller.

Whether you pay $300 or $3000 for a suit, it MUST fit correctly or there is no point in wearing it.

The bow tie should not extend beyond the outer edges of your eyes
or the outside edge of the shirt collar.

The notch lapel has a separation between the collar and lapel, usually at 45 degrees. You will see this lapel most often on suits and sportcoats.
The lapel in the peak lapel rises up and above the collar tip. This lapel is seen on double breasted coats, but we are seeing them on two button side vented suits now.