There are many versatile designs and styles to the Bangkok tailor suits overall personality, that apart from adding credo they are epitome marks of excellence. Unlike the ancient styles in bespoke today’s styles and designs come with a deeper sense of functionality. Any shopping at BTS Nana cannot go without a comprehensive note to what makes your suit special and functional.
Adorning a custom suit without the principal mark of bespoke today is quiet ordinary especially when this styling is more than affordable today. Lapel buttonholes apart from creative elegance are a status symbol of perfection, styling, class and fine taste. They hold that lapel pin, monogram or special badge that adds effect and appeal.
Functional sleeve buttonholes debuted on bespoke coats mostly in the early part of the past century. Providing an attractive and enticing option to open sleeves to allow for comfort in extremes of weather vagaries or to accentuate the creative taste and preferences of the designers, the functional importance of working sleeves also adds a stylish definition to the suit. Today functional sleeve buttonholes on custom tailored suits are a mark of comprehensive styling and exquisite design as they define the suits essence of bespoke.
Formed in the single or double vent style to a bespoke suits construction they add special relevance and functionality not just for strides but for the ease of pocket access, stride and movement and they are vital while sitting down or standing up.
The English nobility epitomized this as a sign of class and affluence and it caught on as a sign of high-end class stitching (custom or bespoke tailoring) bringing life and character to the suits overall look. It is a classical English tradition known as the change pocket that carried some extra change in the rail road journeys or for convenience in small bits of documents. Today, it’s more less the debit or credit card pocket. Importantly style it to your preferences and tastes.