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Sartorial Bay Tailors
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This is a traditional English wedding suit outfit characterised by a long tail morning coat with peak lapel and one front button. The taupe waistcoat contrasts gracefully with the coat creating an harmonious layering effect. The trousers (not visible in these photos) are of the same colour as the coat.

Jacket style: single breast with long tail, peak lapel, 1 button.

Trousers style: flat fronted, with buttons side adjusters on waistband and turn ups.

Waistcoat style: 5 buttons, with pointed fronts, jetted pockets, back lining.

Jacket and trousers fabric: wool super 120 (280gr/m).
Waistcoat fabric: wool super 120 (270gr/m).

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1/25/17
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Smart casual Autumn in Sydney: vintage green hopsack blazer fabric with sand cotton chinos fabric.
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Fitting in progress @sartorialbay showroom in 22/56 Chandos St, St Leonards 2065. We are open Mon to Sat from 9am to 7pm. Book a free consultation by phone 02 9460 9165 or by email info@sartorialbay.com
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Grey nail's head business suit custom made for R. K.
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The 5 must have business suits

A well tailor made business suit is an absolute must for any businessman who is serious about his image and understands the importance of looking professional and polished to influence people and win business.
For this reason it is essential to have a wardrobe of minimum 5 tailor made suits and each one of them with an extra pair trouser as this lengthens the suit’s life span.
Depending on your industry colours and patters may vary. However there are 5 essential worsted wool fabrics which any businessman should always have in his wardrobe. In jargon we call these fabrics “the 5 building blocks of a businessman’s wardrobe” and these are as follow.

1) Plain Navy: can range from Mid Navy to the darkest Midnight Navy. This is the most essential and versatile fabric which can be combined with almost any shirt colour and pattern to achieve different looks.

2) Plain Grey: can range from Mid Grey to the darkest Charcoal Grey. Same as Navy this is an extremely versatile fabric and can be combined with most of shirt fabrics.

3) Navy Stripes: can be of different widths, pin or chalk stripes and range from Mid Navy to the darkest Midnight Navy. Navy stripes fabrics mean 100% business and ideally should be worn with plain colours shirts featuring French cuffs. Depending on body shape, role and industry of a gentleman some Navy Stripes are more adequate than others. Therefore it is extremely important to be understand the language of this fabric or be guided through an experienced tailor as the last thing you want to look like is a 1920’s gangster when you turn up to work.

4) Grey Stripe: can range from Mid Grey to the darkest Charcoal Grey. Grey Stripe fabrics are the tamer alternative to Navy Stripes and make up for a more conservative and vintage business look. In particular they are excellent for a more mature audience (35+) and more specifically in law and finance environments.

5) Checks and Prince of Wales: checks are the most playful patterns and depending on colour and subtleness / boldness they can make up for probably the most personal interpretation of individual style. So careful with all the variants.
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Complimentary tailor made shirt for May only with any suit or blazer order.
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Melton swatches for custom jacket undercollar.
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Sports jacket fabrics by Ariston: Mouliné Herringbone in wool/silk/linen blend.
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