The making of a suit in detail
Finding out your needs
This is where we have an informal chat about what you might be looking for, as it is important to establish what we are aiming to achieve. There are a few considerations to think about and the main things to acknowledge are the following:
1. Your personal style, what are you comfortable wearing? Do you wear suits on a daily basis or are you an occasional wearer? We are all too aware that jumping into a world of bespoke clothing can easily become an overwhelming experience, we aim to ease the customer into making decisions that are right for them irregardless of their experience.
2. Consider what the garment might be required for, is it a business suit worn regularly? An occasional suit, or perhaps a suit for your wedding day?
Finding the right fabric
Taking your necessaries
Making the garment begins
Moving forward, we place the hand cut paper pattern on the chosen fabric and then cut the garment out. Keeping allowances on seams for changes we might need to make to the garment, both during the production and for any possible future alterations, a feature you only get with a true bespoke garment. All our coats are made the way renowned tailors for generations have been making them, with a traditional floating canvas.
First Fitting - Skeleton
Second Fitting - Forward
The completed Garment
In this example we have completed the process in 4 fittings, however this is a minimum and we undertake as many fittings as are required to satisfy both the customer and ourselves, ensuring you walk out of our workshop with the best garment possible.