We make custom tailcoats.
Classic 1930s, Edwardian, Steampunk, a bit retro, a bit modern.
Just let us know what you are looking for and we will start sketching and putting fabrics together.
This means that we mail you a mock-up of the pieces sewn in cotton so that you can try them on before we make the final garments.
The pics show some of our most recent outfits.
The tailcoat is a classic open front style with silk shantung lapels that add a beautiful sheen to the look.
This means that we can design something exactly in your style with all of the right details to match the look you are going for.
The black tailcoats show two different versions of our classic open front tailcoats.
This tailcoat has a pointed hem and wide lapels made from gorgeous silk grosgrain.
It is shown with a handmade backless white cotton pique vest, a bibbed detachable collar white pique shirt, and bowtie.
The other black tailcoat has smaller peak lapels, also made from silk grosgrain, and a straight cut hem for a look that is both Edwardian and very modern.
The chocolate brown tailcoat is cut from a wool gabardine with wide grosgrain lapels, also in chocolate, brass buttons, and a silk duppioni lining.
The grey pinstripe military tailcoat was made for a steampunk wedding.
The navy blue tailcoat (shown with a seersucker vest) shows another version of our popular military tails.
The final pics show a black lambskin tailcoat with embossed cuffs and side laces.
If you are thinking about ordering a tailcoat or complete ensemble, just contact us (email@example.com) so that we can talk about your project and start getting together fabrics to mail to you.
If you aren’t sure quite which details you like, just tell us a bit about yourself and the events that you will attend and we will start sketching.
Be sure to check out the websites of the amazing photographers who took the photos above! For more pics of the elephant gray suit, check out Old South Photography here. For pics of the amazing white tie wedding, check out David Tero Photography here. For pics of the tailcoat in brown with aqua silk details, check out Joyeuse Photograpy here.