The best fitting garments are not hanging in any store, they’re made to order. A handmade suit carries a distinction in class and sophistication from any other suit in the industry. It signifies an era when quality was king and suits were made with the highest quality of fabric and built to fit one person. When you walk through our doors, you will feel as if you are getting the fit and feel in your formal wear that only a king deserves.
The upper echelon in mens fashion is dominated by handmade suits. The strongest characters on the big screen, with the most confidence, style and class have been noted while wearing handmade suits. The image that these iconic actors project is one that every man aspires to feel and demonstrate in their life.
The process of making a suit begins by meeting with a bespoke tailor. The discussion will involve the colour coordination and the options that will shape the style and fit. Any suggestions the tailor makes can be considered merely suggestions since the purpose of building a custom fit suit is to design it yourself. The end result will still be something that looks fantastic because the tailor will be your guide and steer you clear of anything that would take away from the overall appearance.
Be inventive, creative and imagine as many possibilities to build into your suit as possible. There is no limit to the features that you include. A good bespoke tailor will find a way to take every suggestion and make it a reality. The only limitation you will have is your own imagination.
Styling your suit is another aspect that is very personal and can be enhanced with the help of your tailor. There are colour combinations and fabric combinations that you may need to hear about in order to get a better idea of the options available. There are tips and tricks to bring out the colours and accents with accessories or with the dress shirts you wear with your suit. Take full advantage of the experience your tailor has and be sure to consider every option presented to maximize your experience building and wearing your handmade suit.