IS IN THE DETAILS
Each Butticé sartorial shirt represents down to the smallest detail genuine artisanal know-how made in Italy.
Passion, tradition and artistic creativity are deployed during more than six hours necessary to the realization of a Butticé shirt on which intervene, on eight passages, the small hands of the Neapolitan blouse workshop.
Collo RIBATTUTO a mano
The collar is turned down by hand (this is one of the most delicate phases where we notice the dexterity of the seamstresses). The collar must have flexibility in order to guarantee a harmonious line.
giromanica ribattuto a mano
The hand-sewn armhole allows each of our shirts to stand out from a machine-sewn industrial shirt. Manual sewing allows more flexibility and therefore more comfort in the fit of our shirts.
Quarto di spalla cucito INTERNAMENTE
con SECONDA RIBATTITURA ESTERNA A MANO
The quarter shoulder is sewn by hand to provide the right fit. The seamstress must, in this phase, carefully sew the main parts of the shirt. With her “dietropunto”, she blocks the shoulder seam for the finishing touches, drawing an impeccable line.
ASOLE CUCITE A MANO
In addition to this, you will need to know more about it.
The buttonhole of a shirt must last over time by resisting the friction that the buttons subject to them while being flexible when opening the shirt. The interweaving of threads emerging from the hands of the seamstresses is a fascinating sight.
BOTTONI SPESSI IN MADREPERLA AUSTRALIANA CUCITI A MANo
con punto ZAMPA DI GALLINA
The thick buttons in luxurious Australian mother-of-pearl are sewn with the old technique of lily stitch - called zampa di gallina (houndstooth) - allowing a better opening of the buttonhole and also guaranteeing more solidity on the button seam.
Fintone (o cannoncino) cucito a mano molto stretto fermato dal suo travetto
The throat of the shirt is sewn entirely by hand. The operation consists in binding this part with a soft stitch that ends with the “travetto” (a crochet stitch), in this way we obtain an elegant embroidery and a better quality of ironing after washing the shirt.
Triangolino cucito a mano
Il triangolino (fly or swallow) which strengthens by binding the anterior part of the shirt with the posterior one. It is a distinctive and elegant sign of ensuring the solidity of the shirt and therefore durability over time for an exceptional garment.
Travetto sulla finta di manica (fintarella)
The travetto (a kind of embroidery made with a crochet stitch) stops the slit in the sleeve at the capuchin. It is handmade by an experienced seamstress who comes to suggest that je ne sais quoi of discreet and sought-after both hidden under a jacket. Luxury down to the last detail.