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Tailoring of Suit

Step 3: Measure for fitting
At this stage, your tailor will take all the required measurements to make your suit fit like a glove. It's important to maintain open communication at all stages of your suit's fabrication. Tell him how you'd like your suit to fall on your shoulders, waist and shoes. That's the beauty of a tailor-made suit.

Customization is especially attractive to those with distinctive body types. Tall men won't have any problems with short sleeves or pants that don't fit. Chubby men, on the other hand, can have suits made to make them look thinner and more attractive.


Step 4: Determine the style
Three buttons or four? Double-breasted or single? It all depends on the current styles at the time of your purchase. If you are more conservative and don't follow fashion trends, opt for a classic suit. You can discuss your options with your tailor, as he has probably seen every suit style and knows every trick in the book.


Step 5: Final fitting
At this stage, you'll have to look over every detail. Don't hesitate to ask for a little adjustment because you're paying for the suit, and you should make sure that everything fits to your liking.

The tailor will ask you to try on the suit, while he personally checks every angle to make sure your suit is perfect. Unfortunately, at this stage, it's also time to pay the bill. I suggest that you pay with cold hard cash because we all know that "cash is the king" and the price might become somewhat more... let's just say interesting!