Our comprehensive selection of lapels features all sorts of shapes and sizes. The lapel is one of the core customizations that affect the jacket's appearance, so it's important to know which style you're looking for.
Peak - A classic, bold statement lapel that's typically suited for more formal events, but can be worn to the office as well. This style pairs nicely with a double-breasted jacket. Ours measure in at 2.75 in / 7 cm.
Peak Wide - The wide peak lapel is a bigger, bolder version of its thinner counterpart above. Taller men should typically opt for a wider lapel. This style also pairs nicely with a double-breasted jacket. Ours measure in at 4.00 in / 10 cm.
Notch - This style is a tried-and-true favorite that works for casual and corporate looks alike. Opt for the notch lapel if you're looking to create a subtly stylish look. Looks great on a 1, 2 or 3 button single-breasted jacket. 2.75 in / 7 cm.
Notch Wide - A bigger, bolder version of the notch that compliments a larger frame nicely. Great on a 1, 2 or 3 button single-breasted jacket. 4.00 in / 10 cm.
Notch Slim - A slimmer, more casual notch. You'll know it best from those slim cut Italian suits. Best suited for a smaller frame. 2.36 in / 6 cm.
Shawl - Most often found on a Tuxedo jacket. This is the most formal lapel of the bunch, perfect for a black-tie gala. 2.75 in / 7 cm.
The boutonniere hole
Originally the hole on a lapel was used to fully close the suit jacket, however, it has become more of an aesthetic touch over the years. Functional boutonnieres are now typically used to hold flowers or pins.