HIGHBRIDGE CHARCOAL SUIT

HIGHBRIDGE CHARCOAL SUIT

$499.00

NUMBER OF PIECES

Add a vest to elevate your suit's formality or pair the vest with other garments to change up your look.

Lining Color

Tan Black Green Carolina Blue Grey

LINING: Tan

Made of silky, durable and breathable fabrics like Bemberg or viscose, linings can be as understated or bold as you like.

Piping Color

Brown Burgundy Pink Black Pure White Carolina Blue Lilac

PIPING: Brown

The border between a jacket's lining and main fabric, the piping can blend into the background or add a pop of color.

JACKET LAPEL

Notched Peaked

The notched lapel is the traditional favorite for any suit or blazer (and the most understated).

The peaked lapel has a hint of of dramatic flair without ostentation. It is a classic tuxedo option and can make a statement on a suit or blazer.

NUMBER OF BUTTONS

1-Button 2-Buttons 3-Button

Two-button jackets are the near-universal choice for suits or blazers—appropriate for any occasion and all body types.

One-button jackets are the classic tuxedo option. A one-button suit is a fashion-forward look that usually accompanies a more fitted jacket and trousers.

VENT STYLE

Center Side none

Center vents are a classic option, often found on traditional American jackets with a more relaxed cut.

Side vents are the most popular option, pairing particularly well with slimmer jackets—they allow maximum mobility for the wearer.

Going without vents is a sleek option for tuxedos but is rarely found on suits or blazers.

POCKET STYLE

Standard Hacking Patch

Our standard (double-besomed, flapped) pockets are parallel to the ground. and the customary choice for any jacket.

The hacking (double-besomed, flapped) pockets are canted at a rakish angle. They represent a subtle way to distinguish your custom jacket. The angle can give a slimming effect and helps draw the eye inward.

Patch pockets are the most casual and relaxed pocket style. They are a frequent choice on fun and informal blazers.

TICKET POCKET

Yes NO

The ticket pocket is a smaller third pocket near the jacket waist. It is a playful nod to traditional British tailoring.

BUTTONHOLE COLOR

Brown Black Purple Red Carolina Blue Burgundy

BUTTONHOLE COLOR : Brown

An Alton Lane signature detail, a contrasting bottom buttonhole lets you put your personality on display

TROUSER FRONT

FLAT FRONT 1PLEAT 2PLEATS

Flat front trousers (without pleats) are almost universal today and are recommended for most gentlemen.

Trousers with one pleat add a little comfort room and a fuller drape through the thighs and leg.

Trousers with two pleats add generous room and a fuller drape through the thighs and leg.

WAIST BAND STYLE

BELTLOOPS SIDETABS NONE

Belt loops remain the conventional choice for most suits and trousers.

Side tabs are an elegant waist adjustment option that negate the need for a belt (often, but not necessarily, paired with brace buttons.)

A plain waistband is minimalist, sleek, and fashion-forward.

Cuff

Yes No

A plain hem is the clean and simple standard for most trousers and the only option for tuxedo trousers.

While far less common than a plain hem, cuffs are a classic finish. The extra weight can help trouser bottoms hang neatly.

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