Lapels are the extension of a suit's collar. You will find suits with:
- Notched lapels, which are the most common type of lapel and have a notch accentuated to a greater or lesser degree.
Peak lapels, which give the impression of broader shoulders and are perfect for achieving a sophisticated and formal look. Also, you will sometimes find that the under-collar of the suit comes with a contrasting felt appliqué.
Also, you will sometimesfind thatthe under-collar of the suit comes with a contrasting felt appliqué.
There are two types of suit blazer construction: the tailored and the soft construction.
The Tailored blazer is more structured at the shoulders and consistent on the chest and projects a triangular shape. Soft-constructed blazers have rounded shoulders and produce more relaxed silhouettes.
In our suits you will find a welt pocket on the chest and patch or flap pockets at the sides. Side pockets may be slanted or straight and you will sometimes see a third pocket for storing business cards known as a ticket pocket.
The button fastenings:
Our blazers have two button fastenings at front, which represents the most common jacket silhouette and gives the suit a contemporary feel. For a more sophisticated look, you should only button the top button of your jacket.
Sleeve cuffs come with either decorative or functional buttons. Premium suits have functional buttons with two open buttonholes at the cuffs because these buttons are perceived as a sign of a fine sartorial taste, thus making them more elegant.
A suit can have double, single or no vents at the back. The vents are created in the suit pattern, to add shape to the jacket yet still provide comfort while wearing the jacket. MANGO Man’s Tailored collection has double vents, as this is a more elegant look and provides optimal comfort.
The interlining is made of wool and horsehair, as this fiber is sufficiently rigid to maintain the shape of the suit over time. It can also be made of cotton or rayon to make it softer. (flecha de la izq)
The blazer may be partially or fully-lined and you may find Colombia stitching between the fabric and lining and AMF stitching in the lapels, darts, pockets and vents. This stitching results very attractive as it simulates a handmade stitch and its function is to maintain the blazer’s canvas interlining in place with regard to the external fabric.(flecha derecha arriba)
Each blazer model has three labels in its interior, with information on: the size, the collection and the fit. (flecha abajo)