You know what your Shirt / Trouser / Suit size. For instance if your shirt size is 16”. We take the patterns for size 16” and modifies them if your measurements are outside the range of what the size 16” shirt was built to. These modifications are made taking your body shape differences into account, like Sleeve Length and Collar size. There are different thresholds to actually make adjustments to the original pattern
A new pattern is created for each individual wearer. No modification or use of base patterns, as that could lead the tailoring Expert to miss some of the small nuances of the wearer's body. More than just measurements are needed to achieve this (what is the slope of the shoulder, the arch of the back, etc.)
Generally no fittings during the creation process. An initial fitting to take measurements and draft a design, then a final fitting after it's fully created. Depending on measurement accuracy / the preferences of the customer, there will be alterations to the final product, adding one last fitting at the end.
Achieving a bespoke fit requires multiple fittings during creation of the garment. Here's where Bespoke clears MTM. First is the skeleton baste fitting, second the forward fitting, third the fin bar fin fitting, all being done at different stages of tailoring. These fittings do more than just verify the original measurements were accurate in the beginning. Our Experts will build on each fitting, achieving a more precise fit along the way.
Selection of fabric is limited. ls offered. This is important for selection, but also for price point / quality range.
You have a wide selection of fabrics.
A list of options that are available, and a list of options that are not. Please refer the Table below for reference.
No limit on options, regardless of complexity.