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What is bespoke suit

Savile Row bespoke suit

Savile Row bespoke suit

To commission a bespoke suit is the epitome of sartorial luxury. Every aspect of the garment from the fabric to the style is customized and tailored for your unique body. With a virtually unlimited choice of fabrics and style, there is no limitation except your imagination. Any unique creation is possible – from designing your own fabric to printing a customized lining, you can play designer, or you can sit back and let us create a masterpiece for you, enjoying the elegance and style that has come to represent British tailoring.

With over 400 years of accumulated experience on Savile Row, our master cutters and tailors take care of ensuring a perfect fit, creating the ultimate collaboration of design and craftsmanship.

Our bespoke suits are made without compromise by the best craftsmen in Savile Row. All garments are cut and made in workshops in the west end of London.

What is the meaning of bespoke suits?

Bespoke suits are custom-Made suits that are tailor-made to fit the specific measurements of the person ordering them. The term “bespoke” comes from the verb “bespeak”, which means “to speak for something”. In other words, when you order a bespoke suit, you’re effectively speaking for that piece of clothing – telling the tailor exactly what you want it to look like and how you want it to fit.
Bespoke suits are usually made from higher-quality materials than ready-to-wear or off-the rack suits, and they’re designed to last longer. Because they’re made specifically for each customer, they also tend to fit better than store-bought suits.

What is the difference between a custom suit and a bespoke suit?

There is a difference between a custom suit and a bespoke suit, though the two terms are often used interchangeably. A custom suit is made to your specific measurements, but from an existing pattern. A bespoke suit is entirely made from scratch, with the pattern being created based on your unique measurements. Bespoke suits are thus more expensive and take longer to produce, but they will provide you with a better fit than a custom suit ever could.

How can you tell if a suit is bespoke?

There are a few things you can look for to tell if a suit is bespoke:
Firstly, bespoke suits will always be made from premium materials. The fabric will be high quality and the stitching will be precise and flawless.
Secondly, a bespoke suit will always be perfectly tailored to the individual. The measurements will be precise and the fit will be impeccable.
Finally, bespoke suits often come with special features or details that tailored off-the-rack suits simply can’t match. These might include intricate monograms, unique button placements, or other personal touches that make the suit truly one-of-a-kind.

What is difference between tailored and bespoke?

There is a lot of confusion about the difference between “tailored” and “bespoke”. Here is a simple way to think about it. If you are buying off-the-rack clothes, they are “tailored” to fit you. That means someone has taken measurements of your body and then adjusted the clothes to fit those measurements. If you are having custom-made clothes made for you, then they are “bespoke”. That means the clothes have been designed specifically for you and no one else.

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