Sport coats and suit coats are not the same.

Sport coats and suit coats are not the same.

“An alligator is not a crocodile and a suit coat is not a sport
jacket.” – Steven Giles

Sport coats and suit coats are not the same.

Sport jackets are exactly what they sound like–jackets for sport.
 A less-formal coat, usually styled of
bolder details, patterns and colors, made with a sturdier fabric and looser
fit, it was originally designed as a garment for gentlemen who hunted in the
morning.

The Sport Jacket today while only loosely retaining its heritage,
nevertheless is a less formal statement and does not stand in place of a
suit.  However, today’s jacket may have
elevated its importance as both a refining and distinguishing fashion in an
otherwise dressed down culture.  

Sport coats are meant to be worn with unmatched trousers or, with many
soft constructions, jeans.  Contrast that
with a suit coat, which is a paired jacket with matching pants of the same
materials and cut to be more form-fitting.

“A suit coat should not double as a sport jacket. It’s a stylistic
mistake,” Giles says. “Plenty of pieces can be used in an array of outfits, but
this isn’t one.”

Look for a jacket with heavier wool yarns and room enough to
accommodate a sweater underneath in winter, but not so much as to hang off the
body.  For summer, much lighter weights,
choosing linens, silks, cottons or any of these summer fabrics blended with
tropical wools. As with almost all other garments, Giles says, a good fit,
followed by skilled tailoring, makes all the difference.

It's only fair to share...Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin

Spring 2019 Photo Shoot

Spring 2019 Photo Shoot

Spring 2019 Photo Shoot with Simon Hurst, just a few of our favorites and a bit about Simon.

I was born and raised in England, travelled the world and have been settled in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for over 20 years.

I have an absolute passion for photography and light no matter what the subject: headshots, people, products and environments. With close to 2000 square feet of studio and the outside world….. I have no boundries.

My goal is to make it a fun, stress free experience. I enjoy working together with clients to develop and capture their creative vision. I am dedicated to making the right images and story for you.

Please email or call for more information about bookings or to request a portfolio review. You might even hear the rest of the story of how this Englishman wound up in Oklahoma.

It's only fair to share...Share on Facebook
Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter
Twitter
Share on LinkedIn
Linkedin