“Clients of fashion brands today are tired of street style and a new wave of interest in tailoring is coming,” - this thought has been heard more than once in the corridors of the famous Pitti Uomo men's fashion exhibition. This is a reaction to the boxy and baggy jackets and suits that designers have been showing on the catwalk for several seasons. This silhouette (or rather the lack of it) has caught the fancy of a generation of millennials who grew up wearing sports and work uniforms and inspired by street style. You shouldn't see it as the sunset of the costume tradition; rather, you can pay tribute to brands that suggest combining cargo pants, baggy jeans and trainers with a broad-shouldered double-breasted jacket.
This is how the familiar power dressing symbol takes on a completely different interpretation and new life. Many fashion brands have started talking seriously about "tayloring". At the same time, classic clothing makers have begun to offer more relaxed combinations of well-tailored blazers with sporty touches and are generally moving away from formal rigor.
An excellent solution and the basis of an autumn wardrobe can be double-breasted or single-breasted models of jackets of the Italian brand Belvest, presented in the collection of the men's multi-brand St-James. Amazingly precise cut and exceptional attention to detail, innovative technologies, as well as exclusive fabrics - all this guarantees its owner a flawless bow - both for a business meeting and for a bright evening.