Unlike the cheaper plastic fusing used in most RTW and many tailored suits, SUITino suits are at half or full canvassed to give shape to the chest, with a mohair canvas chest piece to provide a natural, structured shape. These layers of canvas give exemplary body and shape to the jacket that cheaper methods of manufacturing cannot achieve.
PAD stitched lapel / finishing
Our suit lapels are stitched with hundreds of tiny stitches by hand to give permanent shape and a nice roll to the lapels. Our suits are cut by our most experienced cutters and then made with a lot of hand stitching involved to create a suit to your body contour and balance. We insert the sleeve head by hand to create an elegant finish and ensure the sleeve is pitched correctly.
Working cuffs, also known as “Surgeon Cuffs”, are one of the most distinguishing and indicative details of a high-class tailoring suit. Whether you use them or not, it’s a little touch that sets the garment apart from the cheap mass produced suits usually seen today.
Created by hand-working silk thread over a length of gimp with no visible knot on top. Simply, it creates a shiny, tight boutonniere lapel hole that is very distinct. Each hole takes approximately 1.5 hours to hand sew to ensure your suit stands out from the crowd with the subtle confidence true craftsmanship provides.