Petrol Blue Sharkskin.

Thanks Alberto for this great pic of the Petrol Blue sharkskin suit!
2015-06-19

Medium Grey Sharkskin.

1 button suit in Medium Grey Sharkskin cloth.  House design overlapping ticket pocket on jacket.
2015-03-09

Pale blue/grey Sharkskin

2 button suit with angled jacket pockets and "house design" overlapping ticket pocket.  Thanks W. for the class photo!
2015-03-09

2013 Winter Burgundy/black Tweed in action

This is the burgundy/black weave tweed that I added at end of 2013, the fabric is made of interwoven burgundy and black threads, but the final effect is that of burgundy.  Really nice shade, not too red, just the right color of oxblood, makes for a great full suit, or separates.  Can easily be paired with different jackets/trousers if you get the full suit as the cloth is very versatile to mix/match with.  Shown here in a 3/2 roll jacket stance with ticket pocket and swelled seams at the lapels.
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

Velvet Collar sportjacket pt. 2

2014-06-18

Velvet Collar sportjacket pt. 1

For this coming fall season why not add some spice to your wardrobe with a velvet half collar sport jacket.  Similar in concept to our Crombie overcoat, this is a great way to add some visual interest to a sport jacket, can be done with any cloth and there are a few color options for the velvet (black, brown, navy, burgundy) 

Jacket shown is a 1 button notch lapel with Mother of Pearl buttons, angled jacket pockets with house design overlapping ticket pocket.  Burgundy half collar

Fabric is the grey windowcheck originally posted here in 2010 (also available in a navy and brown colorway)
http://thickasthievesfabric.blogspot.com/2010/04/springsummer-2010-new-windowchecks.html

2014-06-18

3 Button CMT

This is a 3 button suit, styled like a traditional later 60s "skinhead suit" with high 3 button stance, angled pockets and ticket pocket.  The fabric is my own CMT that I found just enough for 2 suits, mine and a client in Tokyo. 2 photos, shown in a harsher direct sunlight, and in a diffused shade light on a hot summer day!

If you have already purchased a suit and dialed in your fit, CMT is a great way to get something unique that may otherwise not be possible!  CMT orders are only for established customers, if you have never ordered a suit (and decided the cut/fit works for you) then you will have to order from house cloth before doing CMT.
2014-06-18

Peter/Shruthi Wedding pt. 3

2014-06-18

Definition: Ticket pocket

The ticket pocket is a 3rd smaller pocket usually on the wearer's righthand side, placed above the main pocket. Traditionally, there is a gap (approx 1/2" or so) between the main pocket and the ticket pocket above it.  The Thick as Thieves "house cut" ticket pocket is placed so that it overlaps the main pocket by about 1/4-3/8".  Ticket pocket can be requested either way, traditional or house cut.  Or if you prefer it can be omitted altogether with only the 2 main jacket pockets at the bottom.  The jacket show here has the traditional style ticket pocket, shown with optional detail of angled (aka hacking) pockets.
2014-06-18

VBC 124 jacket

High button stance "house cut" 3 button jacket in VBC 124, a greyish blue wool.  This is indoor appearance, when seen in natural light the fabric will appear lighter in color.  This jacket also has angled pockets with the house style overlapping ticket pocket and Mother of Pearl buttons.
2014-06-18

Charcoal #9 jacket

2014-06-18