Suit tailoring by Maurice Sedwell
It is not just the perfect fitting of cloth to the body which is the hallmark of Maurice Sedwell - it is that indefinable element of style. Every suit is individually designed, hand cut and hand tailored to the highest standard attainable.
To achieve their level of perfection every customer experiences a three stage fitting process - the transition from cloth to suit.
Your suits are created from the finest cloths in the world, 80% of which are British. Select from an extensive range of cloths suitable for all occasions; different colouring, patterns and weights, all woven from natural fibres including vicuna, cashmere, pashmina, mohair, silk and lambs-wool.
Having ascertained the use of the suit, style features and the best cloth, measurements are taken and figuration recorded. The skeleton fitting then takes place. The jacket seams are opened and moulded onto the customer to ensure a comfortable fit in harmony with his or her figuration.
A master pattern is then constructed. Only after this stage has been satisfactorily reached does the actual tailoring begin. The canvas inter-lining and chest piece are hand-padded to establish the foundation of the garment.
Soft structured tailoring ensures the garment stays in perfect shape for the rest of its life. After the pockets have been made the lapels are established and the sleeves inserted. The forward fitting then takes place.
By the advance fitting, some 90 hours of highly skilled labour have elapsed. Now the suit is nearly ready, but a final check is vital to ensure perfection. It is now that all the tiny stitches come together in a dashing picture of sartorial elegance. When the client returns to collect the suit, it is tried on for final approval. We enjoy our record of total customer satisfaction which we cherish and aim to maintain.
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