Formal and Business Suits
Chosen from over 1000 fabrics from our entry level house, cloths to Holland and Sherry's finest super 150s, a fully floating canvass, hand stitching throughout, best fittings, hand sewn working cuff buttons, just some of our few features available for our business suits,
We know from experience that when a client puts on a perfectly fitting suit it can change everything, their whole demeanor can improve, they become more confident and feel more powerful and respected. To put on a custom made suit is to join the ranks of the most successful people in history and while it will be absurd to attribute their prowess to their pin stripes, there is no doubt that, if you look the part you feel the part. The fit of a business suit is absolutely imperative.
The style of the cloth
The cloth dictates more than anything else the overall 'look' of a business suit. It very much depends on your style whether you go for solid colors, pin-stripes, checks or other patterns. But always take care to consider your environment. Just because you are very outgoing person doesn't necessarily mean that a loud, audacious suit is going to reflect well in the business world. Similarly there are many industries such as advertising and media where a conservative suit will make you look stuffy and out of touch. At TCD we take time to talk to our clients the role the business suit in their working life, so the suit compliments that role completely.
The cut/style option
Some cuts and style option are too casual for a business suit and it is important to know that your choices are appropriate. We recommend 2 or 3 buttons jacket depending on your shape (and taste), and style options can range from the Ultra modern (such as contrast stitching on the boutonniere) to the very traditional (such as pleated trouser and side adjustment). The wrong combination of options can make the suit look strange, - so be careful.
The Practicality of the cloth
In general business suits needs to be the toughest suits in your wardrobe. City life, travel and commuting is very hard on suits, whether it?s running for a cab or sitting on a park bench there are susceptible to considerable wear and tear. The general of thumb is that the heavier the cloth the more hardwearing it is (although we offer exceptions if you prefer). Also the medium for heavy cloths will hold their shape throughout the day, so you're looking as crisp in the evening as you did first thing.
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