If there’s one Suit design that you can’t get wrong; it’s the Windowpane Design!
If you go through Lucky and Oscar’s Social Media, i.e., Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter…etc.; you will notice that the Windowpane concept is trending amongst my customers.

I myself have my very own bespoke Windowpane Suit which I wear to formal meetings and events. It feels GREAT to receive so many compliments as this kind of patterned suit makes you stand out amongst a crowd (that is if you like to stand out;)

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So What is a Windowpane Suit?
A Suit that ‘usually’ has thin, white lines running horizontally and vertically and starts looking like tiles or squares on the fabrics. This is a trending pattern that is offered by many custom and bespoke tailors and we can certainly vouch for this concept to be the perfect option for your next suit!

The best part: You can pair up your Windowpane patterned Jacket to suit any other matching trousers in your wardrobe, (provided that there are no patterns/designs on the Trousers;) Vice Versa, you can pair up your Windowpane patterned Trouser to suit any other matching (plain) shirt or Jacket in your wardrobe.

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Another Benefit: A Windowpane suit is the perfect option for those men who don’t like to or don’t know how to mix and match their suit with their pocket square, ties, shirts…etc. This is because you’re fully dressed with a Windowpane Suit that you don’t need anything further!
A Windowpane patterned suit appears to visually ‘buff up’ a man who maybe small in size for which a manly look can be pulled off.

So you see, a Windowpane suit is totally worth the investment because you can create several variations with just one kind of suit and this makes the longevity of the suit increase.
Lucky and Oscar offers a variety of fabrics with Pinstripes, Herringbones, Prince of Wales, Modern Multi Checkered patterns along with a selection of color options to nurture the fashion choice of our customers.

But for me, the Windowpane does it! It’s elegant, smart, formal (and can be semi-formal if mix and matched) and gives you a sense of confidence.

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Will a Windowpane Suit You?
You won’t know until you don’t try!

Men are usually skeptical to explore different Suit options; which is why some say – “Ken, I will stick to the usual / or stick to the classic!” That’s not wrong too; it’s a personal choice after all, that’s why it’s called a Bespoke Suit.

I do, however, admire people who enjoy discovering new dressing styles and options for themselves as this encourages us to offer more selections of fabrics, designs and patterns to them. This keeps us constantly on our feet to stay updated and modern in the bespoke industry.

When the word ‘pattern’ is put forward, some men go through a fashion attack by just automatically switching off and not exploring further in to what could be their most transformational opportunity!

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Some customers have also told me that they appear to look taller than usual; which is another key benefit. Whatever the benefits are; nothing outstands the feelings/emotions you get when you wear your own bespoke outfits.

All I can say is, a Windowpane suit is a versatile option indeed and I strongly encourage all men to give this look a shot!

Get Lucky!;)
Ken


Hi Everyone,

Happy New Year!

Apologies for being quite MIA (missing in action) for sometime; it was only because we were so engrossed in getting our orders produced and shipped off to our clients at the dock of time; which was just before Christmas.

Just before the end of year, a Customer walked in to my shop in Bangkok and asked me for some advice on fabrics he wanted to pick for his Suit. I showed him 2 different qualities of Suit fabrics since he mentioned he needed the Suit for business purposes. First was the Pure Wool and the other was the Superfine Blend.

He then asked me a question which I thought was a very good question and here I am now sharing this experience with you. He didn’t ask what the difference was, but rather  – ‘How can I tell the difference between the two?” The best and quickest way to quickly test between materials is by burning them.

Below I will explain how each material burns and what to expect.

Pure Wool – First you will notice that the color of the smoke is white in color while burning. The second thing you will notice is smell – a very strong burning hair odor. Lastly, wait until the fire is out for about 15 seconds, then touch the burnt part of the fabric and you should feel no stiffness or hardness in the burnt area. It should feel rather smooth when comparing with the other.

Superfine Blend – First you will notice that the color of the smoke is slightly black in color while burning.  You also will smell a burning hair odor but it should not be as strong as Pure Wool. Lastly; and this is the most effective way to differentiate between the two is to feel the fabric after it’s burnt. You should feel a stiffness at the end. There should be a resemblance of a burnt plastic.

A true Bespoke experience involves knowing and advising Clients on the differences between the fabrics and every little thing that comes with it. I felt great in knowing that the customer left my shop feeling that I knew what I was talking about.

2018 was a very promising year and I hope to further grow our business in 2019 with lots of new fabrics, styles and colors. I also look forward to meeting new faces, interacting with people and continuously learning so much more about this industry.

Get Lucky!;)

Ken

 


Hello Everyone!

We’re ready for our next goal of producing UNIFORMS for Corporations!

We here at Lucky & Oscar have been making customized clothing for over 30 years to clients worldwide. Our profile speaks for itself, in addition to several testimonies from all our clients.

We have always been catering towards individuals and we customize their entire clothing based on their choices of fabrics, patterns, colors, styles, shapes and sizes.

A smart business plan for any entity is to always have a goal to move forward and grow. We at Lucky & Oscar are ready to spread our wings to achieve our new goal, which is to cater to multi-national corporations around the globe and produce their uniforms.
Our Specialities:
– Uniformed Shirts along with Company Logo for employees
– Uniformed Suits and Jackets with Company logo, theme, style, color, pattern…etc.

Any corporations out there looking to produce employee uniforms at an affordable rate, please feel free to contact me at ken@luckyandoscar.com at anytime.

Get Lucky!;)
Ken


If you’ve ever had a suit custom tailored, you’ll agree there’s nothing quite like it and it’s good to see that there is a community of well-suited tailors who are committed to every ‘inch’ of detail.

I truly enjoyed reading the following article by As/Is, titled:

25 Suit Hacks That Will Make Any Man Look Instantly Sexy.

https://www.buzzfeed.com/javiermoreno/it-suits-them?utm_term=.uexBQbBxv#.puykNekYm

I agree to all the hacks written in this article and try to consistently incorporate the same when it comes to my measuring capabilities and techniques. It’s good to have such reminders in order to improve ourselves and deliver outstanding services to our clients.

 

Enjoy the Read!

Ken.

 

 

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But Before that… A Little Inspiration…

Suits of Steve Harvey

Not only is he one of the Funniest and most respected comedians of all time; he is also a very well dressed Gentleman. Newly Pressed Suit and Shirt, a well tied neck tie, shiny boots with laces tied, and every aspect of his attire is matched before stepping out of the house.  In our opinion, Steve Harvey is a great Role Model to the trending corporate dress code for men.

 

Matching Suits, Shirts, Neckties & Shoes

It is very easy to select a Suit, slip on a shirt and a necktie and head off to the office.

We ask you this: Do you just want to blend in with the crowd or stand out?  Today we will be talking about the right color combinations to outlook and outsmart your colleagues.   As you all may have already seen and know by now, the most trending combination of Suit styles last year and this year has been Royal Blue Suit, White Shirt, Brown Belt and Brown Shoes.  No doubt this is an excellent look and we thoroughly promote it.

However, we also appreciate and acknowledge one’s preferred Suit color and you will find our top suggestions to match your choice of color:

‘Ask the ladies around if they agree with our suggestions ;)’

  1. Navy Suit
  • White Shirt – Pink Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  • Pale Pink Shirt – Blue Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  • Light Blue Shirt – Yellow Necktie – Brown Belt – Brown Shoes
  1. Grey Suit
  • White Shirt – Red Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  • Light Blue Shirt – Pink Necktie – Black belt – Black Shoes
  • Light Purple Shirt – Deep Purple Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  1. Black Suit
  • White Shirt – Red Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  • Black Shirt – Black Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  • Patterned Grey Shirt – Black Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  1. Military Green Suit (our new favorite color)
  • White Shirt – Military Green Necktie – Black Belt – Black Shoes
  • Light Beige Shirt – Brown Necktie – Tan belt – Tan shoes
  • Blue Shirt – No necktie – Brown Belt – Brown Shoes

 

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A Note to Steve Harvey: If this blog ever reaches you Sir, we admire your dressing style and look, therefore, Keep up the good work!!

Signing out from Lucky & Oscar!

Ken.

 

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Some say, C’est La Vie…. (it’s life)

We take it as an Opportunity….!

Posting reviews on TripAdvisor.com is what the general norm is and good and bad comments are part of the Biz!

Lucky and Oscar back in the days have had a fair share of ups and downs along with that 1 review that came from a dissatisfied customer that continues to pop up when you search for our business on Google.

You may wonder, why would I come out in the open and share this with you? The answer to this is… ‘Honesty!’ Nowadays, so many social media platforms are filled with fancy words ‘bigging’ up brands and ruling our industries that it starts to almost feel impersonal.

It takes a huge amount of Guts to talk about a sensitive topic like this, however, I would like my customers to know me and be able to communicate or have a conversation with me before judging my work in the eyes or experience of others.

I am very proud of where Lucky and Oscar is today and look forward to striving higher along with all our customers!

Our Customers make us successful along with our Services!

Without going into too much detail of the story behind that 1 Review and wasting time on explaining or justifying our business, I would prefer to move on and learn from each experience.

We also have good reviews displaying on TripAdvisor, however, I’d rather you experience Lucky and Oscar by having a conversation with me. Tell me about yourself through your choices of colors, fabrics, styles, buttons, collar style…etc. and give me the opportunity to serve you with custom-made outfits that define you.

Visit our Store in Bangkok or reach out to us:

📞 +66817511041

📩 ken@luckyandoscar.com

👉 www.luckyandoscar.com

#Getlucky! 😉

— Ken

 

 

 


Welcome to Lucky & Oscar’s Blog Page.

My name is Ken, the Co-Founder of Lucky & Oscar and as a Passionate Tailor, I will be writing my own blogs every month, however, occasionally, if I come across something really interesting to share with you, I will reference it accordingly as I believe some people can express words far better than I might do.

I hope all the info expressed in this Blog will be useful to you!

 

Stay Tuned for the latest info around:

– Latest Trends in Tailoring & Clothing;

– The True Bespoke Experiences;

– Fabric Selection;

– Styles

…. and lots more!

 

Just to give a face to a name, this is what I look like  :)

 

#GetLucky! 😉

— Ken