FAQ's

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Why Should Men Purchase Custom Clothing?

There are three main reasons:

1) Perfect Fit – To wear a bespoke suit is to indulge oneself in the knowledge that the cloth draping over your body was cut for your individual shape. Your suit will only fit one man in the world perfectly. And that man is you. There is nothing else quite like it.

2) Customization – Do you want peak lapels on a 2 button single-breasted jacket? Would you like a double-vented jacket to ensure your backside is not exposed when you place your hands in your pockets? How about your name or a special message inscribed above an interior pocket? These are just a few of the thousands of options available if you decide to go custom.

3) Quality – A good tailor using superior fabrics will create quality that cannot be match compared to what you can find in a standard menswear store.

I need to get measured… where do I start?

Click and download our easy instructions on how to take your own measurements.
PDF (VIC Complete Men’s Measurement.pdf)

Off-the Rack Clothing is Cheaper! Does Custom Clothing Justify the Cost?

Yes, off-the-rack clothing is cheaper… but do you want a cheap suit that does not fit your body, is the wrong color for your complexion, and is not built to last a single professional cleaning?

Custom bespoke suits complement your unique features, which make you look and feel great. When wearing something of quality, not only will you save costs over time as the garment will last you longer, you will also enjoy wearing your clothing, which will really bring down the cost per use.

Please explicitly define your interpretation of Bespoke.

Bespoke is where something is made from the primary parts for a single customer.  This means creating a pattern for every single customer based off their measurements alone, then using this pattern to build garments unique in the entire world from the fabric and to the design specs as determined by the customer.  Bespoke requires a human touch; machines can be used, but only as tool guided by a skilled artist.  The final bespoken creation is perfect for only one man, the man who commissioned it.