Bespoke Tailoring The Ultimate FitAbbas Munir
The words “bespoke tailoring” have fallen out of common usage, but they certainly are familiar to any man who is seeking to look his very best! Bespoke originates from a term meaning “to speak for something” in the sense of an order being taken, and in this particular usage, it refers to clothing that is hand tailored specifically for a certain customer. This is the best way, bar none, to get a suit, shirt or a trouser that fits you perfectly, and many men, after trying bespoke clothes, never return to purchasing off the rack.
Bespoke are made by a single tailor by hand according to the measurement that you provide. Also, the tailors construct the suits with the help of the patterns taken from the client’s physical appearances.
Every individual nuance of the body is considered at the time of tailoring the fabric. The tailors make the Bespoke suit by considering a number of factors. With special focus on the Human factor. They know exactly where the body would require to make movements or stretches and customize the suit accordingly. This results in a much more comfortable piece especially considering comfort and style. Bespoke clothing helps you be at ease in every condition that you can put yourself in.
Each bespoke clothing is created from the scratch, before delivery the prototype of the final piece is shown, so the client gets a clear picture of his order. There is a great deal of hand-finishing in the final product, and although the end price is certainly steeper than what you might expect for a single piece of clothing, many people will swear it is worth every cent. There is a great deal of work that goes into the suit and the materials are typically top of the line. Bespoke garments has a well-earned reputation for lasting for years, and you can certainly expect to get your money’s worth! At the end of the day it is “THE ULTIMATE FIT!”
Bespoke tailoring involves the creation of a paper pattern. From the measurements taken by the tailor or taken by the client and then sent on to the tailor, a pattern is drafted that is made to the precise measurements taken. This guarantees a garment that is made to suit every part of the client’s body, and that will hang perfectly. A full suit of bespoke clothing can be expected to flatter a man in a way that no other clothing can.