Ladies often forgo the idea of a custom made business suit, which is something that should be strongly considered especially if worn regularly. Business attire is often found in stores nationwide done in an array of fabrics and styles. However, in many cases they are usually made of fabrics that make a sound when rubbed together (such as trousers) and are often made of uncomfortable textiles which don’t survive cleaning. A well-fitted trouser is one of those pieces that many people have difficulty finding. Some of the common shortcomings of fast fashion are that sleeves or hems are too short or too long, trousers gape in the back or sag in the crotch area. In a jacket, similar problems arise with bust points in the wrong place or sleeves which come too short.
This particular patron comes from a financial background and has been coming to us for quite a few years. Despite being for a professional setting, suits don’t need to be considered plain Jane. There is considerable room to individualise and insert some whimsy and personality into every suit.
The variety of fabrics and design options make it possible to do all of the above coupled with the technical and creative artistry of people who view their work as an art form. This brings to mind many of the different angles and forms in Cubism that slowly reveal themselves through closer observation.
As an art form that redefined its boundaries, much like business suits are able to, we dedicate this post layout to Cubism, the most influential art form of the 20th century. Cubism is also an art form that always reinvents and reinterprets the world in a new and unexpected way. The finishing details on this ladies’ suit were inspired by this art movement that lends itself to geometric shapes and linear orientation, particularly Picasso’s work which reinvented the way that the eye sees and analyses objects and people. Abstract ways of thinking is the best foot forward when it comes to design and innovation.