Stylish Custom Made Blazers for Every Occasion

Custom made blazers are incredibly versatile pieces we should all have in our closets. After all, there are so many different styles and uses for them. But before we delve into the world of custom jackets, we ought to take a moment to discuss what makes this particular style so special.

Simply put, blazers are a type of suit jacket you can wear on their own, as a statement piece. Unlike custom suits, which include pants and jackets, and possibly even a waistcoat, custom made blazers are standalone pieces. Basically, you could wear them with trousers, jeans, skirts, or leggings. In fact, many women also wear oversized blazers as dresses. If you come to our tailor shop, we’ll take into account the way you usually wear your custom made blazers before we create one for you. You’ll also get to give your input as to the fabric, the color, and the cut of the blazer. The result would be a completely unique piece you helped create. So let’s talk about your options.

Features to Look Out for In Custom Made Blazers

When it comes to the features of your custom made blazers, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind.

First of all, you’ll need to choose the fabric for the jacket — so what would you like? You can go for a classic gray wool blazer if you want it to be appropriate for work. On the other hand, you can also get a linen one or even a (faux) leather one. For a more vintage, mod-inspired look, you can get a corduroy blazer. After all, there are so many ways to pull off the blazer trend.

Once you have an idea as to the kind of material you’d like, you can consider its shape. Do you like your custom made blazers to hit at your hip or closer to your thigh? Or would you like to get an oversized boxy cut you can wear as a jacket year-round or an elegant, slim fit one? Alternately, you could always break the mold with an unexpected asymmetrical design.

Furthermore, depending on your choices, you can also choose whether you want an old-fashioned double-breasted jacket or a single-breasted one. That’ll also enable you to choose how many buttons you want — a single-breasted blazer usually has between 1 and 3. Depending on the style and the size of the jacket, you may also have space for some pockets. And while you’re at it, you can also consider the size and the shape of your lapels. Should they be wide or narrow? Long or short? These are all the questions you should be ready to answer before ordering your custom made blazers.

Classy Custom Made Blazers for Every Day of the Week

Once you try your first Pisano blazer, you’ll never go back to wearing regular old jackets. A good blazer will instantly add polish to your look — even if you’re wearing sneakers, jeans, and a t-shirt. So if you want to add some more custom made blazers to your wardrobe, set up your appointment today

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