American, English or Italian? | Mens Suit Cuts & Styles

American English or Italian

American, English, or Italian? Whats your preference? We can forgive you for thinking we were talking about your preference in people or food. It’s not exactly a common question. In this instance we refer to your preferred suit cut. These three have been the standout cuts over the history of suit making. We mean no disrespect to cuts from other countries and places around the globe. What is interesting about suit cuts is that preference can often be influenced by your proximity to each country. For example, Italian suits are most likely to dominate in Italy and the surrounding European countries.

 

The Construction

 

Over the years there has been some blurring of the lines and blending of styles. However each cut has some clear distinctions in their origin. The American cut, more sack like. The Italian unstructured, and the English with a firm structure. There are more nuances to each cut and in this edition of Morts & More Moment, we discuss them all in greater detail.

 

 

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