This is what one of our unstructured jackets looks like. Built with reduced padding in the shoulder and almost no jacket lining, it's perfect for summer use. 😎😎 The small amount of lining that is still present, not only hides the seams, but facilitates in sliding the jacket on your shoulders. Compared to a traditional coat, these jackets are just so much more lightweight and simple. You’ll almost certainly stay cooler wearing them and might even like the feel better than a traditionally structured jacket. What's your take? Do you own an unstructured jacket? What do you like best about it? Check out the link in our bio for more info.
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These two are FINALLY getting married today!! I’m so excited to be part of these two’s next chapter! Congratulations!
This is one of our favorite French cuff designs. You'll see both Ron and Ryan sporting this look often. It's a cutaway style that shows off the contrast fabric hidden underneath. As seen here, when paired with a conservative white dress shirt, it certainly checks the box for "white dress shirt for work." However, with that little bit of unique contrast fabric showing, it's far from ordinary. Match your neck tie to it and you will have created a great look. 👍
By the way, here in the US, we tend to think of French cuff dress shirts as being too fancy for everyday use. Not true! At the end of the day, it's still just a dress shirt. And if you want to roll up your sleeves, just remove the cufflinks, store them in your pant pocket, and roll your sleeves up like normal.
I have had an influx of testimonials the last few weeks 😍. I adore receiving them along with images of my clients cutting the cake. It means the world to know, all the hard work, long days and nights were worth it. A small part of somebody’s special day in Cake form 💕