A Tailored suit is a dress or jacket, made to measure by a tailor. This process can take several weeks or even months and involves careful measuring and multiple fittings, in order to make sure the suit fits perfectly and meets all of your specifications.
A tailored suit can be a good choice for anyone who wants to look polished and professional at work, in meetings or other social occasions. It can accentuate the parts of your body that you want to show off and hide the ones that are less flattering. It can also help you to convey a more confident and authoritative image in the business world, as it will send a message that you mean business.
There are three types of tailored suits: off the rack, made to measure and bespoke. Off the rack suits are manufactured on large scales using mass market fabrics and a pre-sized pattern which can be worn as is or altered to fit. They are usually made from blend fabric and may be wool or cotton. Some are made from synthetics and may be machine washable. Generally, they are fused rather than canvassed to save time and money, but this can affect the longevity of the suit because glue degrades over time.
A Made to Measure suit is made from a standard pattern that has been adjusted by the tailor for your specific measurements. This type of suit is typically cheaper than a full bespoke suit because it does not require as much time and precision to make. This type of suit can be made from a variety of fabrics, including expensive ones such as silk and Bemberg. You can choose a range of other customization options for your suit, such as the lining, button stitching and pick stitching (small and unobtrusive stitching along the lapels) and even add your monogram. Tailored suit