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Tailoring Full construction

Full construction is a tailoring method typically used for more classic suit jackets and coats. It is characterised by its full lining and half-canvas construction – which provides layered support and structure for the shoulder and chest.

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Tailoring Full construction

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Full construction is a tailoring method typically used for more classic suit jackets and coats. It is characterised by its full lining and half-canvas construction – which provides layered support and structure for the shoulder and chest.

The half-canvas gives full construction jackets their signature, elegant drape. It uses fusing – a thin layer of fabric attached to the back of the jacket material – along the front panel to give it more body. And it has a piece on the shoulder and chest made up of four to five layers of natural materials like canvas and wool – instead of foam. Sitting between the outer fabric and the inside lining, it creates the round shape at the top of the sleeve head and supports the shape of the shoulder.

Over time, the canvas starts to take on the shape of the body, offering a better fit the more its worn.