As a men’s custom clothier, of course we love ties. This now superfluous bit of silk is one of the most unique ways to express yourself while sticking to the confines of traditional business dress. A tie is the classic Father’s Day gift, and we have a number of fine Italian designed examples hanging at the studio.
But this Father’s Day, why not think outside the (tie) box? Give him a chance to create something as unique as he is, a truly personal reflection of himself — custom clothing. Make a statement! Give him the Leviner Wood Gift Certificate. Call Larry for details today. 804.928.7946
Business casual and certainly after-hours events rarely call for a tie these days. Which puts the emphasis on the shirt to convey a sense of personality and style.
Here are two fine examples, conservative enough, but with details that make a difference. Colored buttons that compliment the fabrics, colored buttonholes that add some visual interest, and the fabrics themselves!
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The blue shirt at the top of the photo is made from a unique linen and cotton blend weaving the best characteristics of each fabric into a perfect choice for warmer days. The linen breathes beautifully and the cotton keep wrinkles at bay.
A small dotted pattern makes up a creative and eye-catching shirt that looks good under a blue blazer or all on its own, without looking so outlandish as to scare your banker.
Details, in this case texture, weave and pattern, count. Come in a take a look at some of the new fabrics at the studio!
At Leviner Wood we appreciate the online experience. Here we hope to entertain, enlighten and inspire. Buying online, we understand, is a convenience. Easy, fast, fewer decisions, easy returns when something just… isn’t… quite… right.
Which is why we love to have you stop by the studio on Monument Avenue. Here you can ask advice from Larry about fabrics, cuts, buttons, linings, and colors. But above all, you can feel the fabrics that will go into making your garments. Take the outfit above, for example. This is a great representation of summer textures. All clothing doesn’t have to be made from a dry worsted wool you know!
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The nubbiness of the linen is echoed in the slubs in the tie, the pebbled grain of the elk loafer and belt, the weave of the straw hat and the twill of the grosgrain band.
But trust us, the photos don’t do justice to the real things. These fabrics feel even better than they look, especially in the heat. Come on in and run a few samples through your fingers. Call Larry and schedule an appointment today.