Bespoke suit is a style of tailoring that allows for a truly one-of-a-kind garment. It is a process that begins with reserving unique cloth, followed by a series of fittings. During the fit process, a master tailor will take up to 80 measurements of the wearer’s body. He will then use these measurements to create a pattern that is specific to his client’s body shape. Then he will begin the process of cutting and sewing each individual piece of cloth into a finished suit.
Unlike a MTM (made to measure) suit that uses a pattern, a bespoke suit starts out as a two-dimensional length of superfine cloth. Then it is transformed into a suit that is perfectly fitted to the wearer’s measurements by a master tailor. During the process, the customer will have at least three and sometimes up to five “basted” fittings, in which the tailor will pin and turn the suit to ensure that it fits properly.
The bespoke tailoring process will also allow for a wide range of design choices, such as lapel style (notch, peak, or shawl), side tabs, working versus show buttons, and besom vs. flap pockets. The result is a truly one-of-a-kind suit that is designed to make the wearer look his best. When a suit fits well, it not only enhances the wearer’s appearance but also gives him confidence that he will succeed in his endeavors. When a man looks good, he feels better, and when you feel good, you can achieve great things. Bespoke suit