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    A. Caraceni: the final product

    Suit or pajama?

    Some photos of the suit by A. Caraceni, crafted from a Vitale Barberis Canonico Super 110's Perennial fabric.

    The padded and slightly wide shoulders are a signature of this tailoring house, along with the leaf-shaped peak lapel and the low collar. As Mr Carlo Andreacchio says: "Our suits are like pajamas" and I couldn't agree more, you just forget that you are wearing a suit, as your body is free in every movement. And the more you wear their suits, the more they adapt to your own shape. The plumb of the trousers is just perfect, also thanks to the first pleat, that has been stitched a bit farther from the centre, considered the shape of my hips. The buttonhole is typically Milanese, being thin and with no water drop. There is a secret also the state its length: if a measuring tape can go trough it, it's the right one. 

     

    Bespoke hugs,
    Fabio

     

     

    Credits:

    TBD Eyewear Vicuña sunglasses
    F. Marino tie
    Barrett shoes 

    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    The Neckline
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    The leaf-shaped lapel
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    the long and thin buttonhole, without water drop
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    Padded shoulder and "open" sleeve head
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    6x2 construction
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    No cuts below the jetted pocket
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    The perfect plumb of the trousers
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
    The back
    A. Caraceni: the final product Suit or pajama?
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