Thursday, October 26, 2006

Business Casual - Luigi Borrelli

For inspiration on a smart casual look, I'd reccomend Luigi Borrelli; one of my favourite brands. Probably more prominent in casual wear but they do offer world class fromal items. Their incursion into the tailored clothing business is recent; however you would not know it from the quality of their suits and sportcoats! The story is that they hired a top tailor away from Kiton to head their operation. True or not, these are world class garments, often with detailing you will not see elsewhere, even on a Kiton!! Truly amazing.


Blogger D. Kay said...

This is perfect, sir. Absolutely divine.

12:55 am, November 08, 2006  
Blogger Solomon Animashaun said...

Thanks for your comment d.kay

8:55 am, November 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know about this one. Quite a few patterns that compliment each other only somewhat. I will say though, that items laying on a bed look quite different from those on a mannequin. Even then, they can look a lot better on the person. Show the world what it looks like in real life!

11:14 pm, December 04, 2006  
Blogger Solomon Animashaun said...

Emmeul, I do intend to show what these items of clothing look like on me. Hopefully I get round to it over the next couple of weeks!

2:27 pm, December 06, 2006  
Blogger JPeirpont said...

Very nice.
Doesn't Oxxford offer greater detail than both?

6:52 pm, December 21, 2006  
Blogger Solomon Animashaun said...

I would say that Borrelli is on par with Oxxford in terms of quality!

8:57 am, December 22, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just love the pattern on that jacket. Can you tell us more about it?

3:59 pm, January 21, 2007  
Blogger Solomon Animashaun said...

The jacket is a wonderful example of soft tailoring. The lapels and pockets are handpicked. The buttonholes are handsewn. The lapel buttonhole is functional and there is a boutonniere loop on the back of the lapel to hold a flower in place should you choose to wear one! The edges of the lining are handpicked. The Borrelli crest (it's an Italian version of a royal warrant I believe) is sewn to the lining just inside the collar.

9:53 am, January 22, 2007  

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