We are reporting to you on the latest couture fashions and trends directly from Europe, the fashion capital of the world. Our fashion insights can also be seen in print in the New York Times Special Fashion and Bridal Sections featured throughout the year.
Corporate casual is starting to recede as the business climate is becoming more competitive and the dress code is becoming more serious and prevalent.
There has been the introduction of a new clothing silhouette featuring a narrower jacket lapel, fitted side suppression and a trimmer non-pleated trouser with a tapered bottom. At Victor Talbots we are presently offering three distinct sartorial fit models which will encompass all body styles of various individuals. The first model is a high fashion trim fit; second model is a blending of a fitted and classic make; third model emphasizes a more relaxed and classic cut fit.
The popular colors in suitings are blue, black, charcoal gray, tan and the introduction of chocolate brown. Pinstripes and Tone on Tone are the dominant pattern in fabrics, with windowpane, prince of whales plaids, and solids following closely behind. Under the pinstripes category falls chalk, cable, and a herringbone tone-on-tone pattern. Single Breasted Suitings, Sportcoats, and Formalwear designs in a One Button and Two Button are the latest fashion trends. For the ultimate fashion statement, the Double Breasted Garment is back and is the leading choice for the sartorial savvy gentlemen. Men are trading up to better levels of quality and more luxurious fabrics. They see the value and benefits to Made To Measure Clothing and are embracing the process and complimenting their hard work at the gym.