Last Thursday, you could read about the background to a tailored suit jacket that we had it sewn up in little napoletanska the tailor’s Sartoria Gegè Napoli. With today’s text, you may take advantage of the outcome and our thoughts about how it turned out.
In part I you could read about the tailor’s, their house style and the fabric we chose. To refresh your memory as it is a typical napoletansk Blazer in soft cut with axles without build-up. The idea was to make a Blazer that works well on the summer and therefore used a vintage fabric from Scotland in a wool/linen/silk-blend with a relatively sparse and loose tissue which breathe nicely during the warmer months. She also gives a little rumpled sense which contributes to a more casual and summery look. This can also be seen on some of the pictures, and it’s hard to squeeze the jacket so that it becomes perfectly but it is rather a part of nature, and any natural. Here at Chicrandolph you can get more different models and styles.
My first impression of it was that the fit was verging on perfect. The shame would be different because it is a completely tailored Blazer. It was very special in this case is that I have only been in Italy for this purpose at one time. Two testing has gone to in such a way that the firm sent me the jacket and I with the help of friends, with a good sense of fit and tailoring done avprovningarna. Then i connected with this taken pictures and sent to Giuseppe. Is this something to recommend?
No, it is not then it removes a bit of tailoring the feel and the overall impression. It also requires a lot of me as a customer in the form of knowledge and communication. In this case, it was nevertheless a prerequisite because I visit Naples approximately every two years. In my case it worked well, however, as I have done some tailored clothing and did not seek the feeling of visiting the tailor’s workshop, but rather was looking for the end result. A result that I’m very happy with.
I’m not entirely familiar with communicating in this way and have also been testing per distance of Zaremba Bespoke as well as one of Shanghai’s better tailor with a good result and so I dared me to try it even in the case of Gegè.
Fit is this jacket top 3 of the tailored pieces that I have been sewing up.One thing that becomes particularly noticeable that not enough can emphasize is the importance of pattern making and cutting.
I think I also wrote about this when I reviewed a tailored Blazer fromSolito Napoli earlier this year. The fact is that many people associate a tailored look with a figure-hugging cut. So, then, is not the case. Both in terms of Solito and Gegè so looking silhouette slim out. The jacket is perceived, however, as spacious and it is easy to move freely without the tightening or forming creases in the jacket’s front. There is also a certain space for example a thin knitted vest over if one would wish it. This can only be accomplished without affecting the shiny appearance of a really knowledgeable professional created patterns and managed edge trimming and cutting. Personally, this is also a thing I want to point out that one of the biggest advantages of completely custom made. Unique and well-made jackets look very good on and feels very comfortable. In case they have a master tailor Gegè Napoli who worked on this for more than 45 years.
On closer inspection of my Blazer you can clearly see that this is a solid craftsmanship entirely sewn by hand. A little funny detail is the firm’s signature in the form of a small silver Ladybug hanging next to the inner pocket, where they also allowed embroider my initials (as were OB, before I got married and took my wife’s name)
Overall, I am extremely happy with the results and will most likely be ordering any more in the future from this firm. I will probably make it on site in this skräddarnav. Until then, there are a few other tailors that I would like to try and assess mainly from Italy.
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