Brian's suit

As mentioned in the other entry, this is the first Thick as Thieves client, this time a wedding suit.   It's made from the "Classic Navy 100800-6" in a one button house cut with MOP buttons, angled jacket pockets and a peak lapel design.
2015-08-24

B&M wedding!!

This one was special for me, since Brian was literally the FIRST person to order a suit back in 2007.  He and his beautiful fiancee (now wife) Miki met in Japan and I had the pleasure of hanging out with both of them a few years ago when they were a fairly new couple, so it's amazing to see them become husband and wife.  Also kudos to Brian  for basically staying the same size now as he was in 2007!! haha.  His suit is a one button peak lapel suit made from the "classic navy 180100-6" with MOP buttons.  Here's to the stunning looking couple and best wishes to them in the future....
2015-08-24

Bold Navy Windowcheck suit

2 button suit in "2010 Windowcheck", bold navy pattern!  Rakish 2 button suit with peak lapels, in traditional cut proportions and details.  As can be seen by this photo, while the plaid pattern is bold, from a viewable distance it softens out and is not as bold as it seems when seem up close.
2014-06-18

Windowcheck Tweed #5 Suit pt. 2

2014-06-18

Windowcheck Tweed #5 Suit pt. 1

2 button suit with Peak Lapels.  Traditional style/cut.  Trousers with 2" cuffs
2014-06-18

Navy Birdseye wool in sunlight

This is the same suit in photos below, but in direct sunlight, as you can see lighting plays a big part in how fabric color appears.
2014-06-18

Navy Birdseye peak lapel suit pt. 3

2014-06-18

Navy Birdseye peak lapel suit pt. 2

2014-06-18

Navy Birdseye peak lapel suit pt. 1

Some great photos to show the Navy Birdseye wool cloth posted November 2012.  This suit is done in a hybrid house/traditional cut, with peak lapels rather than the standard notch lapel on a 2 button suit.  Thanks for the great pics Adrian!
2014-06-18