Our Tailoring Process
The tailoring process for a men's suit involves several steps to create a custom-fitted garment that fits the individual's body shape and personal preferences.
Here is a general outline of the process:
Consultation and Measurement
The first step is a consultation with the tailor to discuss the suit's design, style, fabric, and other details. The tailor will then take precise measurements of the customer's body to ensure the correct fit.
Based on the customer's measurements and preferences, the tailor will create a pattern for the suit. The pattern is used as a blueprint for cutting and sewing the suit.
The customer can choose the type of fabric they prefer, such as wool, linen, or cotton. The fabric is then cut into the required pieces according to the pattern.
Basting and Fitting
The pieces of fabric are then basted together, which means they are temporarily sewn together to check the fit. The customer will try on the suit and the tailor will make any necessary adjustments to ensure a perfect fit.
Once the fit has been perfected, the suit is sewn together permanently. The tailor will attach the lining, add buttons, and any other finishing touches.
The customer will have a final fitting to ensure that the suit fits perfectly and make any final adjustments.
The finished suit is then delivered to the customer.