5 Benefits of a Custom Made Suit

A well-tailored suit has a unique, empowering feel as it sits snugly against your body. It makes a statement about who you are and what you value in your appearance. The style of suits changes like mens hair styles but you will always be dressed in style as long as you have access to a tailor with his finger on the pulse of the latest fashion. Here are five benefits of ordering a custom made suit for your wardrobe.

#1 The Perfect Tailored Fit
The key to looking good in a suit is fit. The fit and contour of the lines in the suit should flow with your body and compliment your physique. That is the primary goal of a custom tailored suit, to enhance the appeal of your frame by showing it off in style. The perfect fit will provide comfort and ease of movement while being well-cut to your measurements.

A custom fit is completely different when compared to an off-the-rack suit. With a tailored fit, you can alter the ease at the neck and the length of the sleeves to suit your dimensions. Don’t worry if you are not in the kind of shape that you would like to be. A custom tailor will be able to enhance all of your best features through the fit of the suit.

Custom made suit

#2 Quality Materials
Custom tailored suits allow you to choose from a wide variety of materials from quality sources. Factory made suits are made from cheaply sourced materials and made with poor manufacturing techniques to drive down costs. Custom suit tailors know that the success of their specialized services depends on their ability to provide quality products.

Therefore, you can expect a reputable tailor to use quality fabrics on any of the suits you order, sit with them for a few minutes and go through their material catalog before you settle on the final choice. Because of their specialization, custom tailors will have established good relationships with textile manufacturers, and you can be sure of good value for money for the price.

#3 Select Your Style
Off-the-rack suits do not offer much in a variety of style, even the best men’s formal dress stores will not have every suit style available on the rack. With a custom tailor, your suit can be made according to any style and with any fabric that you desire. There is no limit to what you can ask for; custom liners, pockets, lapels, buttons, whatever you need, a tailor can deliver the style and material you want.

#4 Save Time and Get What You Want
Browsing through one or two stores to find a shabby-fitting suit is a waste of time. You could go through the entire fitting and selection process with your tailor in less time than that. Make a quick appointment, go in for a ten-minute fitting, choose your fabrics and then come back in a few days when the suit is ready for the final adjustments. The whole procedure can take less than a week and makes a much bigger impact than any off-the-rack suit.

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#5 Quality Over Price
Your suit should be built to last. Part of an expensive price tag is the fact that the suit is made with quality materials and handmade with professional care. A good suit should last a lot longer than a mass-manufactured one, so take that into account when you are settling your bill. Your suit should be just expensive enough to make you cringe a little as the tailor swipes your card through the machine.

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Silvia Kabaivanova

As the founder of Be Global Fashion Network and several other fashion websites, Silvia has been working for more than 20 years covering fashion industry trends and news. With a passion for the fashion business, she focuses on sustainable fashion and innovations, custom fashion and print on demand services. Silvia is a Chairman of Bulgarian Fashion Association. You can reach her at silvia@bgfashion.net

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