Once the lining is fastened, in the next step the front and back of the jacket will be joined. We call this process “end of second fitting”. Now the jacket acquires a different appearance and we are ready for the manufacturing of the shoulders, collar and sleeves.
In this picture I am wearing a Solaro pants with white popeline shirt and classic regimental tie.
The distinctive trait of the solaro fabric comes from his history. During the imperialism age, the greatest European powers made uniforms for the soldiers who fought war into tropical country, to protect them (by the colour of this fabric - sand or green) from the ultraviolet rays.
However, it was a failure, as the soldiers suffered the heat, and the project was abandoned.