Orange with light purple stripe Italian fabric
4 button, double-breasted jacket with peak lapels and side vents
2 patch pockets outside; patch breast pocket, 4 inside pockets
We begin by stitching the pieces together (wool canvas, haircloth, wrapped haircloth, and felt). The shell cloth (the main cloth on the outside of the suit) is then basted (stitched) together to the canvas and chest piece. The lapels are pad stitched to give roll to the lapel. The collar is pad stitched as well to provide good shape. The top half of sleeves are sewn into the sleeve head on half canvas jackets by hand to give elasticity and precise alignment. As with full canvas construction, structure is given to the shoulder using thin, high quality shoulder pads and minimal cotton wadding to give a clean look to the chest and shoulders that is also soft and supple to the touch. Half canvas construction is the default construction for us at DonMorphy. The principal areas that differ from full canvas construction is the area below the top button (which has no haircloth), the collar (which gets less pad stitching), and the sleevehead (which is set on the top half by hand and the lower half by machine instead of entirely by hand).
This option provides very minimal structure to the shoulder by using a single layer of canvas surrounded by thin, soft felt. The result is a very soft, nearly
Cupro lining which is a regenerated cellulose fiber, which is produced in a chemical process. The cellulose dissolves in a solution of cooper oxide and ammonia and solidified by strong thinning. Because of the composition of cellulose fibers cupro has similar fiber properties like viscose. Well appreciated characteristics of cupro are the soft and smooth grip and its good absorptivity. So it is perfect for lining our blazers and its beneficial intend for warmer months, or simply when a little less weight is desired for the jacket. Pocket configurations are the same as with full lining, as are options for trim and sleeve linings.