Los Angeles, California
Functional buttonholes, also called a "surgeons cuff," were named historically after doctors. These doctors had to make house calls and roll up their sleeves when visiting a patient. Military surgeons also garnered the name as they had to stitch wounds on the battlefield.
Today, functional buttonholes are a sartorial detail that alludes to luxurious custom tailoring.
I customized my sleeves with a touch of white thread around the last buttonhole to really POP. (below)
I love riding through LA, appreciating the views, the diversity, empathizing with the struggles, cheering on the successes & triumphs, while of course seeking out some amazing food! I hope you are enjoying this blog post! Check out the rest of the look below.
Shoes: Melvin & Hamilton (Germany)
(Outside a cafe in Little Tokyo)
I love the versatility of a subtle gray windowpane suit. It is a nice secondary piece in the modern man's wardrobe.
Thanks for checking out the post. Here's another one ---> The Navy Blue Suit
Until next time LA,
james m williams