Tim had this old-timey suit built with vest watch-pocket, extra wide tie and high-waisted trousers. He added the time-period herringbone coat to complete the look: classy.
Tim loves this outfit, a Seattle classic.
Joel ordered a matching slouch hat to go with this textured grey wool old-timey Peaky Blinders-inspired number with high-waisted trousers, collared vest lapel and fabric buttons.
Gabriel in a Chinese silk suit of varying colors. In case you don’t know him…he’s sort of an outgoing guy.
Blair could hardly believe his new look when he tried on this classic combo. Lookin’ sharp Blair.
Keeping your cost low, we often have clients pick up at local coffee shops or the like…why not!
Arlo ordered this Edwardian coat with time-period fabric-covered buttons and dog-eared tuxedo collar with silk subtle-pattern ascot. Splendid. He brought his own hat.
Basic black is beautiful.
Mark shines his emerald satin lining inside this versatile grey wool suit with long jacket.
I’m not sure what Brandon does for a living, but whatever it is…I’m sure he’s the person in charge.
Gabriel feeling confident in the full spectrum of pinks!
A lot of guys have been ordering this linen/silk material in oatmeal or cream for summer functions. Light and airy – this one accented by some nice Spring colors (real men wear pinks).
Cotton/cashmere – this is such nice material for suits…durable, reflects light nicely, just the right weight. This stratosphere-blue combo with iridescent Thai silk shirt and sketch-texture tie & square is stunning.
Purple cotton/cashmere jacket with iridescent pale-plum Thai silk shirt and blood-red lining on this dance-floor ready power setup.
Power suit…power tie…but still a big softy guy!
Brian loved his black wool suit from last year and returned for more. He’s looking good in this fitted European cut in power-grey with dark tie and hanky detail…nice.
Big smiles are common when clients first try on their custom suits from Ruby Threads Clothiers.
Purple and lime…very sublime. This is the cotton/cashmere material that comes in about 40 different colors: nice saturation on this type of material, makes for great pants and suits.
Nicolas couldn’t decide between a traditional length jacket or a long one…so he got both. Classic black wool…looks like a million bucks.
Don is a Vermillion regular – he’s wearing the Chinese silk dragonfly jacket with gold satin lining, vest in Thai silk, Vietnamese silk shirt and tangerine satin tie…he brought his own hat.
Daniel wearing a three-season wool suit with sky-blue satin lining.
James said after he picked up this olive wool pinstripe number that several friends asked if he was getting married?
Steve vamps it up in this red raw silk suit with (subtle) contrasting lapel and pocket detail. Chinese silk vest with bamboo print and gold satin shirt.
Sebastian’s wedding outfit – with vest to match Kenn’s ascot…nice touch guys.
Kenn designed his perfect wedding outfit with us…flashy but classy.
Check out the quality on this mid-weight pinstripe of Gordon’s. Melissa matched up this silk tie to match Gordon’s stripes in this mellow combo.
David gets ready for summer with this medium grey 3 piece in linen and lined in cotton.
Troy rocks the greens in a sheer olive wool with Japanese silk shirt.
Gordon jazzes up his pinstripe with a linen vest in cream. Note the pointed details on this vest.
Here you see the no-cuff straight pant option as well.
The high-cut vest in this photo lets all the subtle accent colors spill from the neckline in this regal combo. Gordon is all about the stripes in this number.
These convertible pockets can have flaps that hang over them or inside the pocket revealing a small horizontal slit.
David’s wearing a light linen in cream with light yellow Vietnamese silk lining in the jacket and trouser to the knee. This suit is designed to stay cool, as David’s a wedding photographer. Custom business card pocket on jacket inside. Shirt and tie by Melissa.
Gordon has a more formal cut on this suit, with the vest and jacket cut high up on the chest. Note the pointed vest style and multi-button look. Satin-lined jacket in light wool. Shirt and tie by Melissa.
I wouldn’t mess with this guy in a bar, would you?
Performing a wedding, reverend Jonny goes classy with this golden pinstripe three-button number with pleats and cuffed trousers. His sunshine shirt really pops those stripes – good lookin’ Rev Jonny!
Ordering items a la carte?, check out this simple shirt/trouser combo that Gordon wears to hang out in the woods.
Ron tortures the ladies with this silk/cotton blend suit in brown. This slick suit has a surprise inside!-a vibrant gold satin lining! His cool retro shirt fabric and Thai silk tie offer classy touches to this power suit for the social gent.
Mark likes to add a little color to this black wool 3-button with a fuschia tie (which also tempers his masculine side).
Charles went for the tux-style lapel with this Chinese silk evening jacket with iridescent dragonfly print which he wears over a caution-orange shirt.
David likes purple. He opted for the corduroy vest with this Merino pinstripe.
When David’s feeling frisky, he flashes his purple-themed satin lining.
Dylan attends Steampunk functions in this knee-length smoking jacket in moss-green velvet with complimentary Chinese silk lining.
Mark opted for a vibrant red satin lining too…just for fun.
David rocks the pastels in this medium weight grey wool with darker grey pinstripes.
This lightweight all-season grey number arrived a week before John’s friend’s wedding – nice timing.
Ryan was thrilled to pick up his new suit three days before having to appeal a parking ticket – he’ll have the judge eating out of his hand!
Ryan likes to hide the fire-part of his personality inside his jacket for safe keeping.
This Spike Jones-inspired cotton suit ordered by a professional Vaudevillian comes with extra deep pockets for circus accoutrements. Note the matching hat!
Note Ryan’s scooped Old West-style collar and high lapel. His material is a grainy-weave wool with a rustic texture.
Ryan brought in a photo of HBO’s Deadwood cast for this Old West-inspired suit complete with watch/chain pocket. Howdy Slick!
Luke rocks the earth-tones in this wool-blend pinstripe with Japanese silk shirt in rust.
Eric’s not shy. He parties down in this purple velvet tuxedo with satin lavendar trim and complementary acid-trip-paisley lining. Note his frilly satin shirt and stylistic cuffs. This is one happy suit client! (caution: velvet suits attract unsolicited touches from strangers)
Eric expresses his primal-side with this caution-orange sport jacket and leopard-print satin shirt. Notice the matching jacket lining and 70s-era collar – super groovy!
Justin is a stud muffin in this subtle but sassy number.
Isaac grew a foot taller once he put on this wool herringbone 3-piece.
Gus bucks the teenage trend by sporting this 3-piece number while hanging out in the garden. We added several extra inches of material in the sleeves and pants of his suit to allow him to alter it to give him a few extra years of use out of it as he continues to grow.
Gus is the best dressed young man on his block.
Send this photo to the GQ Magazine folks…Michael in a medium grey pinstripe, 2 button ensemble.
Michael flashes his lining when he’s feeling flashy.
Seb goes for a classy combo with this cashmere 3-piece. Note the matching pocket square and tie: gangsta-fresh!
Seb isn’t all business in this suit…he’s also playful on the inside with this funky satin lining he chose for kicks.
Brett dresses up at the Fremont Sunday Market
Rob – proving that real men can wear lavender.
Rob dazzles in this magenta-accented grey/olive pinstripe.
Have creative ideas for your next outfit? – we’re open to hearing your ideas!
Steve gets creative with this swallowtail coat for time-period events.
For his wedding, Brett wouldn’t settle for anything less than this Thai silk 3-piece in magenta with leopard-print satin lining.
Alex goes for the Mandarin collar-style jacket for his flat black wool suit.
Shawn transcends eras in this pinstripe with high lapel.
Andy gave us a design for a blue velvet smoking jacket – here are the results (with sky-blue satin trim and tuxedo-style collar).
What can brown do for you? – just ask Gus!
Ryan ordered this Sherlock Holmes-ish robe in Chinese silk for lounging and smoking cigars.
Chinese brocade double-breasted vest.
Mark orders all of his custom clothing from us with this green lining – his inner green.
Pat is a swing dancer; notice this classy suit with time-period lapel for him to swing in…killer.
Dutch rocks the “just got off work” look with this hanging bow-tie and basic charcoal suit.
The Montgomery men – two brothers and a son…ready to hit the town and turn some heads.
Note Forest’s slim “Euro”-fit he ordered on this suit. Just add cobblestones and cigarettes and he could be on a billboard in Zurich.
John reveals his inner-tangerine personality with this satin lining.
Henri brought us an old Jimmy Stewart photo and asked us to duplicate the material and look. Great results with this herringbone, wide-lapel recreation!
Mike sports a double-breasted suit with gentle pinstripe. He owns this look!
This black corduroy suit turned out great…very tactile and corduroy is always in style if you wear it right!
Greg warms up this black suit combo with a Japanese silk shirt – very vivid hues.
This light grey suit in tropical weight wool functions well for daytime or warm-weather events.