Ever eat a meal so good that you swear your trousers dropped a size in the waist? This tiny slit along the back seam allows you comfort for those big dinners, giving your waist line a micro adjustment.
More than just a pretty color, the Japanese made Bemberg liners offer maximum breathability. Plus, Bemberg is more slippery than silk, allowing it to glide on easier over your shirt for a perfect drape.
Trouser Tape (Heel Guard)
To see this, turn up your cuffs. The function is two fold. One, to add weight to the ends of a trouser's cuffs so they drape better. Two, to protect the edges of your trousers against your shoe heels, which could occasionally catch.
Boutonniere Hole & Loop
Turn over your left lapel and you'll see a hand-sewn loop of thread under the boutonniere hole. This is to hold the stem of a flower so it stays upright for your boutonniere.
Natural horn buttons not only look aesthetically pleasing, but also have incredible durability versus plastic and shell.
Pocket Bar Tack Stitching
Like putting things in your pockets? Then you'll appreciate the bar-tack stitching that goes into every pocket on your jacket and trousers. This extra stitching reinforces the seams and prevents tearing over time.