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All of our garments are made to your measurements and therefore can’t be refunded due to change of mind.
We offer a 100% fit guarantee which means we won’t let the garments leave our hands until we are 100% satisfied with the suit and how it sits on you. If we believe the garment has been made to the wrong size or fabric we will remake the garment without any charge.
Management has the final say of whether a garment will be remade or altered.
We include all alteration costs at the time of the final fitting. Any further alterations after the suit leaves the final fitting is charged at normal rate.
All vouchers are valid for a year from purchase date. The voucher must be presented when claiming and are non-refundable.
The distinguishing differences between a suit jacket, blazer and sports jacket are mainly due to tradition. The suit is the most formal attire and requires a pair of matching pants. The blazer was created for less formal events and is generally looser fitting and does not have matching trousers. The sports jacket is much shorter and less formal than a blazer and was firstly created for wear at sporting events.
A navy sports jacket should be a staple piece in every man’s wardrobe given its extreme versatility. It’s as much at home in the business world as it is at a friends birthday lunch over the weekend. Below we run through 5 different ways to wear the jacket and each responding level of formality.
The key to ensuring you meet a quality standard of formality is having a well-tailored pair of trousers, not just a pair of chinos or jeans. Additionally, a simple tie and pocket square combination as well as a traditional dress shoe such as an oxford or loafer will ensure you tick all the right boxes. In keeping with the business theme make sure you are wearing socks the same colour as your trouser. Tip: A pair of grey woolen trousers is a smart match for any navy sports jacket.
This look is quite unknown in Australia and is extremely under-utilized. It fits perfectly with a semi-formal or smart casual setting and can really showcase your style.
The most common look when it comes to semi-formal attire includes a sports jacket, unbuttoned dress shirt and mismatched trousers/chinos. It’s a very smart look and easy to do well. The biggest mistake most gentleman make is matching their structured jacket with a pair of casual chinos. A pair of tailored trousers is usually more appropriate for the occasion and will ensure you look your best and complete a clean look with no awful wrinkles in your pants.
This is a simple look and really commands a simple approach. Stick to basic garments and basic colours to pull off an inconspicuous yet elegant dress style.
Let’s explore your next option which should incorporate some light earthy or pastel tones. Additionally a jacket with a bold pattern is a versatile option to have in your wardrobe. Both jackets can be paired with a smart pair of tailored trousers in a neutral colour.
Still need some help? If you have any questions or want to chat about a new suit or garment, please get in contact.
We’ve updated our extensive range of Italian silk ties and pocket squares which feature new colours, patterns and textures. Pop into our Paddington (Sydney) showroom for a Whisky – we would love to show you.
Miles Wharton – Founder – The Bespoke Corner