What to do before Buying a Custom Tailored Suit

Well, fashion evolves and comes back in a particular period. Be it men’s or women wardrobe, your news suits you bought just a month back may become outdated with an upside down change in the fashion industry or a 3-year old shirt just comes back to trends in the market, who knows. For a perfect selection of your wardrobe, great care must be taken especially for custom tailored men suits. There needs to be a pro knowledge about men’s clothing and latest styles before buying a thousand-dollar suit for your life-changing events. Here are few tips and tricks that are needed to be mastered or at least to be heard of before going for ordering the custom tailored suit.

Don’t go for Over Stylish Suits

Yeah, that one suggestion is for those of us who aren’t millionaires yet. Stylish trends fade over a few months, a year at max. If you are flexible and tight on budget simultaneously and can’t afford to buy a new one after six months, go for a bit expensive yet evergreen suit for your wardrobe. It will last for years; it will save your time and money. Another one, don’t give your custom suit an overstyled joker look by adding unnecessary patches and button material. Stay simple, do the best matching and avoid spoiling the elegant suit to a tailor shop.

Choose your Fabric Wisely

The fabric must be the foremost priority while looking for a custom tailored suit. Too much contrast or bold colors may undermine the class of it. Instead, go with the flow, choose what’s doing good in the market, what most people are wearing these days, the classic men’s wear is gray, black, and navy blue with light to medium contrasts. Always ask Google before getting to any assumption, it is an excellent way to do your homework before buying that expensive suit.

Look for the Best Tailor

It is the most critical part, I believe so. If you have an expensive suit with an unskillful craftsman, your money will go down the drain for naught. Google will help in the matter, browse all the best tailors in town and read the user reviews on their websites and Google Reviews page. Shortlist the best of them and make a visit to them all, you will find the top one at the end of the day. Also look for the lowest price quotes that are being offered. Always go to that shop that accepts alteration requests by customers in case anything’s left bigger or smaller than expected, adjustment warranty is offered by most of the custom suit tailors in the United States and Europe.

Avoid Free Advice

Be it from the tailor that is going to sew your suit or a friend that already had some bad experience with his custom tailored men’s suit, refrain from free advice. Most of the people navigate you to the wrong choice, go for expert advice rather than listening to tailors, salesmen, or anyone.

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