When someone around us describes someone as a gentleman, we tend to take it as a compliment. Indeed, when we talk about word gentleman, we always think of excellent modifiers such as "elegance, demeanor, taste, etiquette", and image of a gentleman in a neat suit will also arise in our minds.
The costume designer is located in England and British costume manufacturer is located in Savile Row. There are 3 common styles of British suits: knight style, Savile Row style and shoulder pad style. Finding style that suits you is choice of a true gentleman.
British Knightly Style: The knightly style is most popular costume style, and its most distinctive feature is its hard texture. The cut is simple and fitted, but the overall cut looks wider.
Savile Row Style: The typical Savile Row suit has natural shoulders, a high neckline, a small drum on chest, and bust of suit is slightly larger than wearer's bust. High-waisted needle-shaped waist can accentuate full breasts and make them look tall and straight.
British shoulder pads: This started in 1920s and was first invented by British tailors. The overall tailoring of suits is soft. In 1930s, this style was improved, and an additional piece of fabric was added to chest and shoulders, and suit with shoulder pads became famous in one fell swoop. Its biggest feature is that clothing stores will never make this type of suit and can only rely on customization. The reason is that front of suit's chest has a lot of undulation, so it needs to be cut to very precise measurements.
A suit is a uniform and a popular formal wear all over world. Wearing a suit correctly is a whole science. Wearing an exquisite costume, elegance radiating in gestures and gestures, from inside out, is self-cultivation and knowledge.