Due to being able to make anything you want. Yes anything. We have had some stunning creations make their way through the office.
An amazing Zoot Suit in a grey and blue Prince of Wales check. This was the first Zoot Suit I had seen, and I was in awe of its design. They are something you don’t see every day, and I couldn’t wait to see it in the flesh, or material I suppose.
The next suit through the door that caught my eye was a stunning bright crimson red Morar Needle Corduroy Suit. Perfect for this festive season!
We also had a Gentleman who wanted something completely different from anything on RupertTheTailor.co.uk, he wanted shorts. Bright red shorts! With a matching Portland Nehru Suit Jacket. So that’s what we made him, and it was perfect, he looked amazing!
But my favourite of the year has to be the Double Breasted Festively Coloured Silk Patterned Waistcoat that a Son has bought his Father for Christmas! It’s so bright it added a golden glow to our office – literally. Utterly amazing, and I hope he loves it!
Our Tailor pulled out all the stops for this fantastic present. The covered buttons were made out of the waistcoat material and matched perfectly, and as you can see from the photos below he has matched the pattern up exactly where the Double Breasted front overlaps.
After a quick chat with the Son, we decided that just choosing a matching lining back with a waist adjuster would be the perfect match, any other colour may have been a little over powering.
This is going to be a great new addition to the Rupert The Tailor website, and we have plenty of other patterns to choose from, so if this takes your fancy keep your eye out for it on the site.
So if you want something a little different, don’t hesitate to come to us, whether it is for something you have seen on the site or for something entirely different. Rupert The Tailor can help.
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