Whether you've been shopping for custom suits, tuxedos, dress shirts, jackets, or bedsheets, you've likely come across mentions of thread count. Here at Enzo Custom, we take thread count very seriously, and this article will attempt to clear up any misconceptions you may have had about its importance, what certain numbers mean, and whether or not a higher thread count is always better.
Picking the right material for your custom suit can seem like a daunting task. In addition to the various styles, colors, and lapels that are made available on custom suits, there is also a great deal of variety when it comes to the fabric that holds it all together. While wool is generally considered the gold standard when it comes to suits and formal attire, some people swear by linen or even silk. Many others who buy suits directly off the rack may not even consider the fabric at all or have the mindset that it really doesn't matter. But as we will reveal in this article, it certainly does matter, perhaps more so than any other aspect of a custom-tailored suit.
The last time you went out shopping for a custom suit, you may have come across mentions of different suit styles, and whether they fall into the American, British or Italian category. In this article, we aim to clear up any confusion that circulate about these suit categories, and how to spot the differences yourself as you may come across them in the wild.
Buying a custom suit online isn't quite as easy as choosing the product, clicking the "Order" button, and waiting for delivery. There are certain things that a customer needs to understand first before making the final purchase. Here at Enzo Custom, we want our clients to have the best comfort and superior fit possible when they receive their custom suits. Here, you can find some helpful pointers to ensure that your shopping experience goes off without a hitch.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and you want your wedding attire to project confidence and elegance on your big day. If any particular event would push someone to buy a custom tuxedo, one's own wedding would certainly be it. If you're still on the fence about whether or not a custom tuxedo is worth your money on your big day, here's a look at six reasons to give a custom wedding tuxedo some serious consideration.