Framing the Face

The objective of your clothing is to guide the viewer's eye toward your face.

So to put your face in the best light you must consider how to frame it. This is done by choosing the appropriate collar.

For example, a wide spread collar will counterbalance a narrow face and a regular collar (straight pointing collar) will narrow wider features.

Not only do we know how to choose the right collar to compliment your facial structure but we can help you achieve individual style through creating unique collars.

All of our collars have fixed collar stays which means our collars always keep their shape.




Dressing the Hand

You can have single or double cuffs, but it is the latter which is usually worn with business or formal attire and this cuff distinguishes those who appreciate style and formality and those who like it a little more casual.

Whether a button or double cuff, it should fit fairly snug around the wrist and you should be able extend your arms without the cuff pulling back.

Note: You should always show ½ inch of shirt cuff under the jacket sleeve.