- Jun 9, 2005
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For lack of a better explanation, it follows Florence's geographical position and is somewhere between Neapolitan/southern Italian style and Milanese style. There are differences between Tuscan/Florentine tailors but it is typically a soft structure with light canvassing, no or very light shoulder padding, classic height gorge and a wide, straight lapel towards a lower buttoning point. Some use a side dart, some don't. Some veer towards a shorter jacket, some don't.Can you go into more detail about the Tuscan style?
All of this varies based on customer preferences, of course. If you look at Kotaro (Corcos), he wears what I described earlier. But I've seen some of his customers with jackets with a much higher gorge.