The Regent Process
A well-cut suit says a lot about the person wearing it. It is important for any tailored garment to have a fine cloth and finish, but it is the fit that truly defines a great suit:whilst some people get lucky in finding ready-to-wear suits that fit them, the majority find it worthwhile investing in a bespoke suit or jacket.
The Regent bespoke service incorporates our access to the highest quality materials, our expertise and knowledge of tailoring tradition, as well as our contemporary savoir-faire and ability, to create something that truly suits the individual. With over a decade of experience in tailoring, Regent prides itself on maintaining simplicity with exceptional attention to detail. Whether it is a two or three-piece suit, a tweed jacket or formal shirt, we always aim to create something that reflects our customer's personal style.
As well as being uncomfortable, a too-tight collar is also an instant give-away of a poorly fitting shirt. Ensure that you can fit a finger between your neck and the collar for comfort. Another common mistake is to go for a shirt that has an excess of fabric across the torso. A narrower cut across the chest and stomach, with seams that finish at the end of your shoulders, will provide a much better silhouette.
For short sleeve shirts, make sure to keep the sleeve narrow, which creates a smarter and more contemporary look that crosses over from work to casual, evening-time attire. For the ultimate shirt, we recommend a Kent collar, single cuff sleeve, double gusset for the front with a butterfly gusset on the side to create a narrow fit that isn’t too tight. See our Regent shirt range [hyperlink to Shirts] for a dazzling array that fit these specs.