The jacket style reflects both personal style and various occasions. We offer five core styles, any of which can be configured as a tuxedo jacket!
The jacket style reflects both personal style and various occasions.
We offer five core styles, any of which can be configured as a tuxedo jacket.
Single Breasted - One Button
The one-button single breasted can be the most casual style as a suit jacket, or the most formal when designed as a tuxedo.
Single Breasted - Two Button
The most common and popular style, you can't go wrong with a two-button jacket. Perpetually in style, versatile in design, you'll get maximum utility here.
Single Breasted - Three Button
Three button jackets offer a more traditional look. The lapels meet at a higher point in this style that's sure to get heads turning.
Double Breasted - 4 or 6 Button
Double Breasted -
4 or 6 Button
The six-button double breasted is a stylish look that's harder to pull off but equally impressive when done right.
Notch, Peaked & Shawl lapels are all available in narrow, regular & wide to fit your body type and personal style.
Narrow lapels are recommended for slimmer, smaller individuals while wide lapels are recommended primarily for larger, broader men.
Lapels are shown below on our single breasted, two button jacket. The exact shape and size will differ depending on the jacket type.
Notch lapels are the staple of traditional suits. Acceptable for almost any occasion, these offer the most versatility. Works well on all single breasted jacket styles, but is not recommended on double breasted configurations.
Peaked lapels are considered more formal than notch lapels and are most commonly found on tuxedos and double breasted jackets. Peaked lapels make more of a "statement" and are a great choice for showing a bit more flair.
Shawl lapels are almost exclusively found on tuxedos. Unless you really know what we're doing, we recommend not choosing shawl unless the jacket is a tuxedo. There are no hard and fast rules on width - choose what you like best!
Sartoro standard and angled pockets are dual purpose - they can be tucked in for a streamlined jetted appearance. Ticket pockets are available as well.
Sartoro standard and angled pockets are dual purpose - they can be tucked in
for a streamlined jetted appearance. Ticket pockets are available as well.
The most common pocket style - works well for both formal and casual wear. Pocket flaps can be tucked in for a more formal, streamlined appearance.
Angled pockets offer a more ergonomic pocket - the slanted flap is more natural to reach your hand into for use. Arguably a bit less formal, these are still an acceptable choice for almost all occasions.
Patch pockets are great for helping make a jacket more casual - perfect for summer garments and less formal occasions. Not recommended with tuxedos.
Buttons can accent or blend in with the suit fabric, depending on style & preference. We offer 16 different button options.
Each jacket has been pre-styled with our designer recommended button choice, but feel free to choose your own.
Generally speaking, the more buttons on a sleeve cuff, the more formal the jacket is. Four buttons is standard for most suits. With Sartoro you can choose 1-5. Sleeves cuff buttons can be made functional or non-functional. If you have arms that are shorter or longer than average, we recommend ordering non-functional, then having a local tailor cut the sleeve buttons once sleeve length is set.
*four button recommended
Choose dual side vents, one center vent or no vents on your jacket. We recommend two vents as this is a traditional hallmark of a high end garment (off-the-rack suits are typically single vent as the cost to produce is lower). However, this comes down to personal preference.
Dual vents are always recommended and offer the most comfort when sitting. Choose this option.
Single vents can work well for casual summer wear. There's nothing wrong with these - they just appear less custom than dual vents.
Ventless jackets are a traditional style most common in tuxedos and ultra-formalwear. We don't recommend this choice unless you really want a classic formal style.
Choose from over 45 different linings. Solid satins come in a wide spectrum of colors and we carry a diverse selection of patterned linings as
well for a more premium appearance. Choose your lining in the suit design tool during the customization process. Here are a few of our favorites:
Stylish Interior Accents
The interior piping & stitching bridges the connection between the interior lining and fabric of the jacket, adding a flash of style that's only visible when the jacket is open.
We default most suits to Sartoro teal piping and stitching. If you'd prefer a different color, white is an option that works well with almost anything.
If you'd prefer not to have piping & stitching, you may select that option as well during the customization process.
Sartoro suits are half canvased by default. This method offers a modern blend of structure
without rigidity. Full canvassing and unstructured construction are available as well.
Structural horsehair canvas runs through the chest and lapels, providing a balance of structure without being overly rigid. The canvas is stitched, not fused.
Structural horsehair canvas runs through the torso of the jacket, providing extra structure and rigidity that overtime conforms to the wearers body shape.
Recommended exclusively for casual looks (ex. summer wear), unstructured jackets have no canvas, and correspondingly, hardly any structure.
Every Sartoro garment is cut to your exact measurements, so there are no "sizes", but we do offer three fit options.
Your fit preference is selected during the measurement process.
Narrow cut. Good for individuals with smaller frames and those who prefer a tight fitting suit. Movement is a bit limited but the appearance is most flattering to the body. Not recommended for daily wear.
Our most popular and recommended cut. Tapered and shaped to conform to your measurements, allowing for movement and comfort while still maintaining a slim silhouette. In our opinion, this cut is how a custom suit should fit.
Wide cut. Extra room for movement and comfort. Still cut to measure but additional easement added. Only recommended for larger individuals and those who prefer a wide, less tapered fit.