POSTS USING TAG 'cotton suit'

This is the first suit I have ever cut and made myself - the blue cotton on me, far left. It was rather a challenge and gave me an even greater respect for the tailors we have at Anderson & Shepp... Read More

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Moleskin is rather unusual in a jacket, being more often used for trousers. But it works very well here, going particularly well with the brown horn buttons Read More
What makes the difference between something being good versus excellent is its attention to detail. When it comes to the cloth, Mr. Hitchcock will match the design at every opportunity. While cutting ... Read More
As an apprentice Cutter under Mr Hitchcock, I have worked on many facets of cutting and fitting during my 3 and a half years at Anderson and Sheppard.  The process of drafting a pattern is challe... Read More
An overcoat with character this. In a heavy Harris tweed with a shepherd's check, it has a fly front and is cut with a raglan sleeve. On the bottom picture you can just see the hip pocket, hidden almo... Read More
If you don’t want creases then the simple truth is don’t pack them and carry them in a suit carrier. Keep them on a hanger and unfolded. However if they are destined for the suitcase, pack... Read More