Beginner’s Guide to Suits: Part VII

July 2, 2009

Each week I will present a post on the ins and outs of custom suits. For the complete guide, leave a comment!

The Ticket Pocket

ticketpocket

The ticket pocket was traditionally used to hold Opera tickets as they are generally long and narrow and don’t fit into normal pockets. As you can imagine, nowadays this pocket is generally useless as it is a rare occasion for one to go to the Opera. Like the surgeon cuff, the ticket pocket is a sign of prestige and tradition. It is also currently in style.

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3 Responses to “Beginner’s Guide to Suits: Part VII”

  1. Gareth Says:

    Good info, i really have no idea about suits! But after reading your site, i can now start making some decisions.

    Cheers,
    Gareth


  2. […] many suits details such as  surgeon cuffs and the ticket pocket, cuffs were invented out of necessity and now have no purpose other than for style. In the olden […]


  3. […] many suits details such as  surgeon cuffs and the ticket pocket, cuffs were invented out of necessity and now have no purpose other than for style. In the olden […]

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