Barchetta Breast Pocket
We take pride in the thoughtful details that elevate our bespoke garments to the pinnacle of sartorial excellence. One such detail that we incorporate into our suits is the barchetta breast pocket, an elegant and timeless feature that adds a touch of sophistication to each creation.
The barchetta breast pocket is a unique curved shape that resembles the outline of a boat ("barchetta" means "small boat" in Italian). This distinctive design sets it apart from the traditional straight breast pocket and imparts an air of elegance and refinement to the suit.
For clients who seek the utmost in sartorial luxury, we offer the option to add the Milanese buttonhole. This handcrafted buttonhole is a mark of true craftsmanship and is meticulously stitched using silk thread. The Milanese buttonhole is prized for its distinct appearance and is often considered a hallmark of bespoke tailoring.
Surgeon cuffs, also known as working cuffs or functional buttonholes, are a unique and distinguished feature commonly found on high-quality tailored jackets, particularly on suits and blazers. Unlike traditional cuffs that are sewn shut, surgeon cuffs have actual buttonholes that can be unbuttoned and fully functional buttons, allowing the wearer to roll up or adjust the sleeve length.
The lapel roll is an essential element in tailored jackets, particularly in suits and blazers. It refers to the curve or roll of the lapel, which is the folded front part of the jacket collar that extends downward and frames the chest area. The lapel roll is a key indicator of the jacket's construction quality and can greatly influence the overall appearance and style of the garment.