This is the second fitting on my navy three-piece suit from Chittleborough & Morgan. As with any tailor I try for the first time, I encouraged Joe (Morgan) to cut and make a suit to his style. It was interesting to see the differences from other tailors.
The first difference is rather large: the lapels. Joe, harking back to Tommy Nutter days, likes a sweeping peaked lapel, and they rather dominate the jacket. The collar is high and tight to the neck as well, partly to balance the lapels.
In fact the most beautiful part of the suit is probably the transition from waistcoat to trouser. The way the points of the waistcoat run into the trouser pleats, lying flat against the cloth, is just lovely.