A custom tailor will often loosely use the term bespoke when referring to a custom garment. Although the two ways to create a garment are similar, there are some key differences you should note. It’s best to do your research and know what truly is the difference between custom and bespoke tailoring.
A truly made Bespoke suit is the best fitting garment you can get. Multiple basted fittings are done with an unfinished garment to ensure that the it fits perfectly in every way. A basted fitting is a fitting with a garment that is loosely stitched together with white basting thread. It is called the basted fitting because, at this point, the suit is temporarily stitched together with white basting thread.
Although measurements had previously been taken, the basted fitting will be the first time you actually get to try on your custom suit, fitting notes can be made, and the basting thread can be easily removed for adjustments prior to finishing the garment’s seams for final delivery.
Top 3 Benefits of Choosing our Bespoke Suits
1. Superior Fit:
Fittings are performed with unfinished basted garments, allowing our team to perfect your fit during the process.
2. Handmade to Your Body and Preferences:
Many hours go into each bespoke suit from Master Tailors and their team of cutters, sewers, and buttonhole makers.
3. Increased Confidence:
When you look good, you feel good. Bespoke tailoring brings a man to his full potential and allows him to focus on the task at hand, knowing he is presenting his best self to his audience.