Endless Options for a Truly Unique Look
Find the right accents to make your next suit, your favorite suit.
Endless options to create your truly unique look. From Italian cashmere to merino wool and novelty buttons, we bring the showroom to you so you have all the options available when designing your garment. Below is a small taste of the style options you’ll have to choose from during your consultation.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does the “Super” mean in “Super 100’s wool”?
This is a term originally created by the British Wool Textile Export Corporation. It refers to the degree of fineness, or more precisely, the length of fiber that can be spun from a pound of wool, i.e. the finer the wool, the greater its length per pound. It is now measured by the thickness in Microns, a micron being a thousandth of a millimeter. The ‘Super’ scale is roughly as follows:
- Super 80’s 19.5 microns
- Super 90’s 19.0 microns
- Super 100’s 18.5 microns
- Super 110’s 18.0 microns
- Super 120’s 17.5 microns
- Super 130’s 16.5 microns
- Super 140’s 16.0 microns
- Super 150’s 15.5 microns
- Super 180’s 13.5 microns
- Super 200’s 13.0 microns
The higher the ‘Super” rating, the finer the cloth, and the more expensive it becomes.
Does Cashmere come from Kashmir?
No, it comes from the soft undercoat of the Kashmir goat, indigenous to Mongolia.
What does “Worsted” mean?
Worsted is a system of spinning that uses long tightly twisted fibers, which are combed to lie parallel. The result is a strong, smooth and versatile fabric that can be made in a variety of weights according to the climate. For example, lightweight worsted wool is a very good choice for suits and trousers in warm climates or during the summer. The name comes from Worstead in Norfolk, England where it was first made.
Does Egyptian Cotton come exclusively from Egypt?
Although Egypt still produces some of the world’s finest cotton, hybrids of the original Egyptian species are now grown in a number of countries, including the USA, and also are called ‘Egyptian Cotton’. There is currently no hallmark or guarantee of quality or originality other than experience, feel, and touch. Egyptian Cotton is absolutely one of our favorites, and we only stock the highest quality available.
Is Cashmere the most expensive cloth?