Dandy style is not for everyone. Dandyism was very common in France and England during the first decades of the 1800s and placed particular emphasis on displaying elegance. In today’s time, we may call dandy some personalities such as David Bowie or Duran Duran. Baudelaire defined the true meaning of this fashion style: “Contrary to what many people seem to believe, dandyism is not even an excessive delight in clothes and material elegance. For the perfect dandy, these things are no more than the symbol of the aristocratic superiority of mind”. Dandy is drawn to beauty, he may be eccentric sometimes, but rarely goes too far. He is his best self; thanks to the quality of the clothes he wears.
There is no Dandy style without a tailored suit, in which the fabrics send a message of prestige. The clean, elegant and sober lines leave no room for improvisation, and the final effect that stands out from the crowd is ensured by the care tailor, able to define the distinctive trait that distinguishes his Client from all other men. “Be one of a kind” is, after all, one of the mottos of Sartoria Litrico: being able to bring out the personality of who we dress, because everyone is unique in its kind.
Sartoria Litrico produces in Italy, with highly qualified Italian tailors, using fine and exclusive Italian and English materials, 100% natural.