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VAT Intracomm. - SIRET - APE - RIB - General Conditions of Sale
The clothes, dresses of ceremony and vest tail
coats and coattail to order Fred & Alfred is prepared exclusively
in France; cloths come from manufacturer European, Italian, English
For your dresses of ceremony and vests tail coats and coattail, Fred
& Alfred makes you benefit from the following finishes :
Choice of the understudy and the interior pockets
Initials embroidered inside the jacket, dresses of ceremony, of the
vests tail coats and tails of magpie.
buttonholes "tailors" to the sleeves
6 choices of surpiqûres
Belt antiglisse in pants of the ceremony dresses, vests tail coats and
tails of magpie for a better maintenance of your shirt
Choice of passersby and the dubbing of the trousers
What delays for the dresses of ceremony, vests tail coats or coattail?
The shirts are delivered three weeks after the validation of the order.
The costumes, dresses of ceremony, the vests tail coats or coattail,
jackets, pants and vest are available for fitting three weeks after
the order and an adviser Fred & Alfred warns you as soon as the
dresses of ceremony are ready.
A supplementary delay of about 1 month is to plan for the frock coats,
dresses of ceremony, the vests tail coats or coattail and holdings intended
to the ceremonies.
What length for my sleeves?
The sleeve of shirt must cover the joint with the wrist and must reach
the basis of the inch. The cuff must be narrow enough not to slip too
forward on the hand. The sleeve of his/her/its frock coats, dresses
of ceremony, his/her/its vest tail coat or his/her/its coattail is the
good length when the cuff of shirt passes 1 centimeter.
What height for my collars?
The height of the shirt collar varies with the styles; it is however
imperative that the tips of the collar rest on the shirt whatever is
the movement of the head and the thickness of the tie. The collar of
the frock coats, dresses of ceremony, vests tail coats or coattail must
not cover entirely the collar with the shirt and must leave in the back
1 obvious cm.
One tells that the captain of the HMS made prepare the frock coats,
dresses of ceremony, jackets and vests tail coats or coattail of his/her/its
crew before one visit of queen Victoria in 1837. He/it would have made
put buttons made of brass on the vest coattail to stop his/her/its men
from blowing in their sleeves.