Bespoke Suits and Tailor Services
A clothing procedure which is catered to the specifications of the customer by a tailor is called bespoke tailoring.
The procedure conducted in a tailor-made suit is following detailed and customized basted fitting and hand finishing. The process is highly customized to the customer’s specifications, which include the following: choosing the fabric by the customer, how the customer wants it to be made, how the customer wants it fitted and what features the customer wants to require.
There are no machines and no standardization like factory-made but hand-crafted, as far as clothing is concerned. The suit is totally created around the customer to fit them with exact precision and not using a previous and patterned design.
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Tailors of bespoke suits have their own expensive shops, where their customers’ suits are displayed, or, sometimes, the tailor visits the customer’s office or home upon the request of the customer, which is a personalized tailoring service. Through the personalized service, the tailor has the opportunity of working closely with the customer and, thereby, designing suits, jackets, shirts, ties and garments that truly reflect the distinct style and personality of the customer.
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Precision and creating individuality are the objectives of bespoke suits, such that to meet these objectives, the tailor needs to know what the garment is needed for and chooses the color, cut, style and right fabric – all in accordance to the customer’s approval. Clothing is conventionally cut following a drafted pattern which is based on the customer’s body measurement and shape. These bespoke patterns, which is often from 20+ measurements, are drafted to fit in precise order the shoulder parts and the posture areas. Customers with short or long necks, high or low shoulders, excess girth, high hips, large or flat seats are fitted with customized precision using the bespoke patterns. With digital technology, bespoke patterns are stored in a computer so that these patterns will be used again if more suits will be required.
The tailoring process involves an initial consultation between the tailor and customer and then followed later by the presentation of the proposed design by the tailor showing every details on how the garment will be created right down to the line drawing and with a sample cloth. By this procedure, the client will have the opportunity to check over the design and fabric and any other concerns may have the chance to be altered with respect to the client’s wishes and the process leads further to the fitting stage. There are 3 fitting stages intended for bespoke suits such that the unfinished garment is tried on and final adjustments are done before completing the garment. The tailoring process requires about 8 consecutive weeks to finish the tailor-made suit.