Key Important Elements of Impressively Designed and Styled Suits

We all like the flow of impressive compliments that drive our egos a few notches higher in pride and satisfaction. Being acknowledged for an impressive suit leaves a good feeling and pleasant taste in the mouth. There are however basic if not primary aspects to look at to make the most desired and impressive suit possible.


Creative Design and Style Elements that Add Appeal Quotient

By making a personal style statement it reflects individual persona and grace.

Thread and Stitch Muting

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Threads and the after effects of stitch marks leave an eyesore or present such unprofessional look to the suits flawless appeal. That makes it impossible to manage an image enhancement that yearns attention and accolades of appreciation. With high-end stitch efforts and mavericks the subdued visible thread impression is but to a minimum.

Lapel Design and Size

Lapel Design and Size Lapel Design and Size







There is a nuanced (hidden) meaning in style lingo and parlance that the size of your lapel reflects your ego (of course that’s for the conjecture and discussion). Yet seriously the size of the suits lapel speaks volumes on the wearer’s style aptness, disposition and mood to the practiced eye of fashion scrutiny. Lapels form a formidable part of a custom suits personality and overall look.

Armhole Crafting

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Correct armhole size designing affects drape and fit a great deal. With many suits having the depressed and sagging look because of overlooking this vital aspect of custom suit making it creates suits that are either ill-fitting and or out of shape. Armhole crafting is stylish and corrects any flaws that are in the form of body shape at shoulder area.

Correct Sleeve and Coat Length

Correct Sleeve and Coat Length Correct Sleeve and Coat Length









Overly lengthy sleeves and coat length might make them seem like borrowed garments or simply due to amateurish tailor work. A great deal of emphasis is laid on the foundation of superb and precise fitting disposition.

Shoulders and Waist

Shoulders and Waist






Though at first only women’s fashion put concern on these aspects modern men’s suits are increasingly taking note of every inch of style and design.

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Tie’s Special Attributes, Features and How to Wear

For many centuries now, ties have been inseparable parts of the gentleman’s wardrobe. Infusing tremendous presence and defining character to most men’s disposition. Yet, quite often they have been worn without regard to sartorial correctness.

There are several areas of ties features that communicate and tell a lot about the wearer’s traits and behaviors and preferences. Why? Even tie knots speak volumes on exact state of mood or what one intends to communicate at anytime. These are aspects that are watched and examined by curios fashion trends. While shopping for the best ties and accessories in central Bangkok there are some areas of focus or thought that add fashionable glint perhaps notches higher on one’s image.


Attributes and Focus and Features of Ties

Knots and Span – Folding at the neck that forms a stylish wear and design adding sartorial glow and stance to suits.

Width and Length – Span is stretch from neck downwards while width is ties actual size in relation to lapel.


How to Wear Ties Correctly


Ensure Lapel Width and Tie Span

Tie Width

Suit lapels generally determine the span or width of the tie too. For having oversize ties on slim lapels isn’t only fashion suicide but also breach of suit etiquette.  


Know Collar Orientation and Tie Knot

Tie Knot Size

In most tie knots there is relation between width of the tie and size of the collar. As a primary rule, alignment of the collar and the tie knot gives flawless looks of refinement and finesse.  


Match Placket Length and Tie Length

Tie Length

Ties stretch to just atop of the belt or trouser waist and give an impressive look of practiced and polished tie wear. Placket length and tie length should form attractive and rhyming correctness.


Rhyme Shirt Color Tone and Tie Color

Tie ColorSometimes contrast can be a good way to draw attention at your knowledge of color essentials and dynamics. But there is also need to understand complementary colors so as to make plausible color progression and rhythm. Colors should find progression, completeness and rhyme in each subsequent aspect.

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Are Pant Cuffs Important and How Should they Look Like?

For many people buying or stitching pants are enough to think about and how the styling should be? Essentially, drawn from two continental cultures and traditions (conservative continental Europe and Anglo American) it’s never a bad thing or act to experiment with ones looks. However, going by basic logic or traditional styling it’s better to keep some things the way they were originally meant to be especially when designing full pants suits.

As with traditional and modern look of pants there have been some nuances to the dress pants look that have been ‘played around’ or experimented with to create new look of ‘fashion hybrid’ pants that may not be mainstream culture (conventional) especially considering pant cuff design. They are nevertheless a welcome breath from the extreme conservative approach of traditional pant styling.


Why Pant Cuffs are Favored & Considered Traditional Form of Styling?

- They come from conservative way of pant design and therefore an original concept in great styling.

-Sophistication and elegance (je ne sais quoi) is an element attached to cuffs as it comes with refinement and stylishness.

-Apart from that they are considered to add exceptional mavericks on Pant styling and originality.


What is the Difference Between Hems and Cuffs?

Hems – hems are the length and end of the pant that touches and covers the wearers shoe top around the heels and shoe lace fronts.  

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Cuffs – cuffs are the folded out bit of cloth or fabric that is meant create a beautiful impression as a design detail for pleated pants.

Cuffed Pants

Good dress pant cuffs and hems length is essential for creating and making the definitive style and design. For dress pants styling this will ultimately define its class and appeal and make for designer quality.

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What Do the Numbers on Your Quality Fabrics Represent?

Fibers, yarns and fabrics may be quite familiar to minds that used to great tastes in high quality custom suit wear. Buying or shopping at BTS Nana for good fabrics is like an investment in image enhancement and overall personal presentation. Stylish fashion is great morale booster and how one dresses is always taken seriously with equal measure.

So what do the numbers on fabrics like cotton, wool and the linen represent? And are they of any importance or value in determining the quality of fabrics.

Meaning of the Fabric Numbers

For many mills and fabric manufacturers they are codes of identification as well as the number of weaves per square yard of fabric.

Wool – Is a versatile natural fiber fabric that has some amazing properties and attributes like high absorbency, breathability, smooth and soft texture. Its inherent strength being determined by the number of weaves per square yard and length of fiber filaments that make up the yarn. However, there are also certain aspects that will determine the natural quality and grade of the wool fiber. Certain sheep, camels, goats or rabbits all produce various grades of high quality wool. Wool is denoted with specification numbers such super 120, 140, 150, 160, 180 and 200. These numbers point to higher levels of refinement and fiber weaves per square yard of fabric.    

Wool Fabric


Cotton – Produces premium and fine cotton fabrics in variety of fiber grades and refinement. Fine and premium cotton connotes the level of fibers woven into each high quality fabric span. Whether, it’s the simple farm types or the industrial mimicry of fiber blends there is always a versatile difference between the classical traditional natural fibers and the industrially made quality. From grades ranging in FC 1 – FC 39 or PC 1 – PC 20, cotton fabrics provide a wide range of options and designs or dyes that add grace to versatile dress shirts and custom made wear.

Top Quality Fabrics For Your Suit


Linen – Among the most absorbent, breathable and dynamic natural fiber fabrics, its long filaments create better quality fabrics.

Linen Fabric

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New Character and Design of the Suit Vest

Three piece suits have been fashionable for a very long time now. And with their classic part ‘baptized’ as the waistcoat the simple and stylish suit vest has had an elaborate impact on presentation of a three-piece custom-made suit perhaps even better of personal image. They have been and are major part of building suit character worth the accolades and praises.


Types of Suit Vests    

Five Button Two Pocket – The standard look on this vest brings a versatile stitch of flawless body fit and measurements to craft an elegant custom-made suit vest that compliments the three-piece suit.

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Six Button Two Pocket – The long symmetrical collection of classic buttons add a touch of beautiful difference with great styling in proper fitting cuts. They also create an artistic presentation of the wearer’s body shape or visage as well as compliment, flatter and look best on taller people.    Vest Suits 2



Five Button 4 Pocket – They are fashionably trendy and fulfill the need for difference or even creative fashion statement which makes these vests an apt place to start. With neat and clean slate like appearance this newly engineered look is a breakaway from the standard formality of two or three pockets. Well aligned pockets add a stamp of personal preference and style.

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Dual Row 10 Button Three Pocket – Set in the design of the double breast suit this new innovation in vest design adds a dashing touch to any suit especially the classical button alignment, v-neck design and the sharp cut look that makes for sartorial exuberance.

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Whether it’s the traditional notch lapel, shawl lapel, high neck, v-neck, round and v-neck, deep triangle cut their similarities tend emphasize slit pockets and aligning v-cut at bottom. This creates a sharp impression of great styling.

N.B. – as a fundamental practice to good suit etiquette the last button on the suit vest is never button just like the coat.

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