Solids in most every color.
We've made clothes in just about every color. From Deion's white suits, to quite a few green jackets. Here's a selection of our most popular collection of solids in 140's. If you don't see the color you want, give us a shout. We might just have a piece of it on our shelves. Beau is seen here wearing a dark claret solid (all sold out!)
Collection: Bellinzona Solids
Fabric: Super 140's 90% Wool 10% Cashmere
When you submit your order to John H. Daniel's team of clothiers, one of them reviews your submission and will reach out to you to discuss any special requests, fit, fabric, finish, and additional available options. From this point the tailoring process can take around six weeks, at which point we will ship your garments to you.
Every garment we make is custom modeled, electronically patterned, and cut and sewn one at a time by our master tailors. We take pride in our quality and craftsmanship, and every garment goes through several stages of inspection both throughout and after the construction process. Every garment, one at a time, is designed, sized, inspected, pressed, and shipped from our facility in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Classic Drape Cut: The classic & conventional English jacket style. A traditional staple that looks good on all body shapes.
Modern Trim: A blend of vintage and modern style. Form-fitting but not too snug, a midpoint between the Classic Drape and London Slim.
London Slim: Our sleekest and most modern cut, meant to hug your body while still maintaining comfort and mobility. Not recommended for larger body styles.
Notch: The most popular and versatile lapel style. Works well from casual to formal, and everything in between.
Peak: Flashy and bold, usually seen in formalwear. If you want the full attention of a room, this lapel is for you.
Narrow vs Wide: A narrow notch lapel is always a safe and sure way to go. While a peak lapel speaks for itself, a wide peak lapel adds even more volume and flash.
The options you select with the garment, as well as the measurements you submit at account creation, are just the beginning of what is available. Consult a clothier to discuss your specific needs and desires, and expect one of our clothiers to reach out to you upon order submission - we want to be sure you are getting exactly what you want.