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How Should a Suit Jacket Fit? - Tailoring Series - Part 1

This is the first video in our Tailoring Series, with James Sleater the owner of the Cad & The Dandy on Savile Row providing insights into how a how a jacket should fit. To see our pocket square collections visit our website here: http://www.rampleyandco.com For a bespoke tailored suit please see the Cad & The Dandy website here: http://www.cadandthedandy.co.uk Video Transcript: How should a suit jacket fit? The biggest thing we strive for at Cad & The Dandy and on Savile Row is that a jacket looks clean. There shouldn’t really be any creases, any pull marks or any tension in the cloth. The fundamentals, some of the most important bits, the shoulders should sit and run really nice and flat they shouldn’t be sticking up or pulling down, there should be no areas of tension. Really important is the arm hole, it should be cut high under the arm hole so you can get much more shape through the body. Made to measure and ready to wear jackets, the arm hole is much lower which means you can’t get the same amount of shape and curvature and actually that’s what most people want. A lot of Savile Row always talk about their suits being understated and I think that almost does Savile Row a disservice. There is an understated elegance to a suit but fundamentally everyone wants the shape. Everyone wants it to look to emphasise the body, to make it look fitted, I think that’s one of the most key elements that Savile Row does itself a disservice with. The suits built in 3D. A ready to wear jacket, a made to measure jacket often looks better at hanging on a coat hanger than it does on a mannequin or a body. When you hand make something, you’re actually trying to build it in 3D, you’re trying to give the jacket it’s shape, so a lapel for example should stick out at the bottom, it shouldn’t be flat against the body like that. The chest should be curved that helps emphasise the waist. A shoulder seam should be raised it should have you know, a bit of presence about it, that’s what we’re trying to give our customers, a bit of presence, so people notice the suit, but also notice the guy wearing it, notice the shape, notice the fit. And that’s what a suit should look like. Video Link for this video: https://youtu.be/1MMZGTTAc0Q

HOW TO: Be Cocktail Party Ready - REISS

How to be cocktail party ready - shop the edit: http://onreiss.com/1be1obw Scroll down to shop Louise Roe’s look; Germaine dress - http://onreiss.com/1J8K2bW Wayland shoes - http://onreiss.com/1Gw1Tqf Evie Cuff - http://onreiss.com/1KtNXRr Shop Beata’s look; Federica dress - http://onreiss.com/1bU1DtA Skorpios jacket - http://onreiss.com/1JAEcmV Lyla shoes - http://onreiss.com/1P6rDOx Joy clutch bag - http://onreiss.com/1J8KAhX ‘How To: Be Cocktail Party Ready’ is part of REISS How To video series featuring fashion expert and TV presenter, Louise Roe. The video provides tips on how to create the ultimate cocktail party look starting with the basics, such as choosing what colours, prints and shapes suit you and how best to accessorise. If dresses aren’t usually part of your evening rotation, try switching this classic cocktail option for a tailored suit or a chic tuxedo. When teamed with a pair of statement heels, the look can be just as feminine as a dress and will put a fresh spin on event styling. When it comes to accessories, a high-impact box clutch and a large metal cuff are especially modern, and a sleek leather pouch will add a clean-cut edge. Remember to consider your outerwear when planning your outfit in order to remain looking polished before and after the event. An elegant evening coat is a timeless investment and chosen well, will work with almost any ensemble. Depending on the season, a lighter cover-up may be more appropriate, so be sure to choose a jacket that complements the rest of your outfit. Statement shoes are a classic choice and can enliven a simple black dress or tailored two-piece suit. Alternatively, strappy black sandals are a flawless option. Place attention on the detail of your look, as it’s the final touches that will complete a polished aesthetic. Take time over your hair and make-up and opt for a combination that works with the outfit in question. Confidence is key and it’s the finer details that will make you feel that little bit extra special.

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HOW TO: Off-Duty Elegance - REISS

Shop the off-duty elegance edit: http://onreiss.com/1KueQVo Scroll down to shop Louise Roe’s look; Radel jacket - http://onreiss.com/1JT9XEz Sevan top – http://onreiss.com/1P71Cyy Harvey biker trousers - http://onreiss.com/1GI0fay Jackson shoes - http://onreiss.com/1GwAe8M Beata’s look Yana leather jacket - http://onreiss.com/1GFPZg0 Firenze top - http://onreiss.com/1InP2ew Jagger jeans - http://onreiss.com/1PYG6yi Franka shoes - http://onreiss.com/1bDX2uQ ‘How To: Off-Duty Elegance’ is part of the REISS How To video series featuring fashion insider and television presenter, Louise Roe. It focusses on the key pieces in a woman’s weekend wardrobe and features tips on how to style these items in an effortlessly chic way. The aim of this look is to create something that appears particularly effortless but equally as pulled-together and stylish. There is a focus on choosing sumptuous fabrications like merino wool, cashmere and butter-soft leather. Denim is a key component as the perfect jeans will hold their relevance throughout the year and work with almost any top. Louise counteracts the wearability of the model’s skinny jeans and striped T-shirt with a luxe suede and leather jacket and heels. Draped over the shoulders, the biker jacket strikes the balance between tough-luxe and sophisticated style. There’s a focus on practicality as well as aesthetic with this look, and a nod to layering as a great way to keep your off-duty outfit elegant. A subtle clash of texture will add depth and wearing an oversized knit with second-skin leather trousers, for example, will strike the balance between dressed down and polished. When it comes to accessories, a slouchy tote slung over your shoulder works well, or alternatively, opt for a sleek cross-body bag for minimal fuss. Footwear should be kept classic. If you’re wearing flats, choose a point-toe pump in a neutral or black hue, or black heeled sandals for an especially chic look.

What to Wear to an Interview - REISS

What to wear to an interview - shop the edit: http://onreiss.com/1GHCorr ‘How To: Dress For An Interview’ is part of the REISS How To video series, presented by fashion expert Louise Roe. The focus is on the importance of making a positive impression with your outfit when meeting a potential employer. You should wear something that fills you with confidence on the day. It’s important to make sure your outfit is relevant for the role in question. Head to toe tailoring may be appropriate for certain offices, but gauging how corporate the environment might be and dressing accordingly is key. A silk shirt makes a polished addition to cigarette-leg trousers and heels and can be worn with or without a blazer depending on how formal you aim to look. Adding colour-pop shoes or a sleek envelope clutch will put a personal spin on an outfit and nod to your everyday style in a subtle and sophisticated way. When it comes to women’s tailoring, getting the right fit is key. It can change the way you hold yourself as well as the way that you feel. Try everything on in store before purchasing as it’s not always the pieces that you think will suit you that end up looking the best – you may be surprised at what you end up choosing. It’s also advisable to trial your entire outfit the night before to check that it works as a complete look. A white shirt is a timeless failsafe, so if in doubt, opt for this classic piece when prepping for your interview. It works with everything from tailored trousers to a pencil skirt, styled underneath a sleeveless dress or tucked into wide-leg culottes. Whether cut from crisp cotton or fluid silk, it’s a classic investment that’s sure to make a professional and stylish impression.

Reiss x FashionsBeans one of the UK's number 1 Mens Style Guides collaborate to show you how to wear the most sought-after pieces from the Reiss AW15 menswear collection - http://onreiss.com/1KwxRao

Outfit 1:
Pow checked overcoat: http://onreiss.com/1lawruy
Observatory Roll neck jumper: http://onreiss.com/1Ot9pLS
Maybury Slim-fit chinos: http://onreiss.com/1Nh2lMz
Chester leather zip boots: http://onreiss.com/1kyztYS
Linton leather document holder: http://onreiss.com/1NTJOIU

Outfit 2:
Cormier double breasted overcoat: http://onreiss.com/1SvFWzA
Blackbird slim fit jeans: http://onreiss.com/1LVa98Q
Colt leather shoes: http://onreiss.com/1Pse7Ix
Battersea textured jumper: http://onreiss.com/1LVabO7
Kingston scarf: http://onreiss.com/1XUvFQn

Outfit 3:
Tenor Suede Boots: http://onreiss.com/1iHBlxm
Diego denim shirt: http://onreiss.com/1PePaBB
Vedder slim-fit jeans: http://onreiss.com/1GOGe3p
Sheepskin Coat not available yet: http://onreiss.com/1S2AJOP

Outfit 4:
Miles double breasted coat: http://onreiss.com/1Mga7GE
Maybury slim-fit chinos: http://onreiss.com/1XUwRTQ
Anderson rollneck jumoer: http://onreiss.com/1Hgn1rj
Tenor suede: http://onreiss.com/1kf3sFL


Outfit 5:
Battersea jumper: http://onreiss.com/1LVabO7
Gabriel coat: http://onreiss.com/1HwNATL
Aintree shirt: http://onreiss.com/1L15tdM
Disc T trousers: http://onreiss.com/1Q8oC5l

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