The camel has become synonymous of coat. The versatile nature of this hue lets you easily combine with items that we already have in the wardrobe, becoming a great alternative to the typical gray, blue or black that normally dominate the autumn’s coats. It’s hard to go wrong pairing with a camel coat, but it’s easy to run into a style homeless/scruffy. We must therefore maintain the slim cut and clean lines, so that the coat can be adapted to any look, whether it is classic or casual.
To do this then becomes import can create a tailored coat. And Tailor4Less can be an excellent solution.
With a catalog of 180 different fabrics and 1,500,000 options for customizing items, you have the ability to create your own style with good quality and at an affordable price, and a range of materials ranging from Australian Merino wool to cotton, linen and mixed fabrics. As you create your coat (but also dresses or pants) you will have a 3D display system that will let you see the result of the configuration in real time and with a high level of detail. And, importantly, all garments are made to measure, with a measurement process really easy and fast: starting from height and weight can be measured individually and the parts of your head thanks to the small tutorial that will guide you on the right steps in which use the meter.
With the camel coat I use in this look, personalized and tailored by Tailor4Less, I decided to create an outfit typical street, staying on a dark shade for the rest of the clothes, leaving the coat as leading actor. The pants in dark denim are by CYH Clap Your Hand, while the tshirt from double fabric and the oblique cut is D by D. The brogues with high platform of Dr Martens are a purchase that I made during my holiday in Amsterdam, as well as the Amish hat of Minimum.
I was wearing:
Camel coat: TAILOR4LESS
Tshirt: D BY D
Pants: CYH CLAP YOUR HAND
Brogues: DR MARTENS
Photo: Giacinto Mozzetta