YOUR THINK your fit is perfect, right?
BESPOKE to Measure is more than a service.
It is an experience.
It is one that starts with a meeting,
between you and your tailor.
This is the beginning of a garment built around you.
BESPOKE TO MEASURE?
Inspired by BESPOKE,
THE suits are cut to create the CONTEMPORARY silhouette. You choose the style, fabric and details. We use your measurements to construct a suit from a block cut by our tailoRs finished and pressed and delivered direct to you
Each body is unique, says Marco, and so is each Made to Measure garment Made to Measure is not a loose fit
it’s not a tight fit, it's yours. Yours, for life.
UNLIKE BESPOKE which require multiple fittings.
For a fit you can feel & finish to be admired.
WITH BESPOKE TO MEASURE NOT A SINGLE CHALK IS NEEDED FOR THIS.
THATS RIGHT NO MESSY DRAWINGS AND RULERS FOR THIS ONE.
WE INFUSE TECHNOLOGY USING COMPUTERISED PATTERN DRAFTER [CPD] ASSURING ALL ASPECTS ARE COVERED.
CALIBRATING ALL TYPES OF BODY SHAPES AND SIZES.
THE MADE MAN
TRUTH BE TOLD, THERE IS NO SIGNATURE CUT FOR SU-MISURA TAILORING.
YOU TELL US WHAT YOU WANT WE DELIVER, SIMPLE AS THAT
AS AN INDIVIDUAL GENTLEMEN ONE SHOULD KNOW WHAT CUT IS SUITABLE FOR THEM. WE AS YOUR MADEMAN GUIDE YOU TO THE PROCESS TO WHAT YOU CAN WEAR AND WHAT YOU CANNOT.
BUT AGAIN OF COURSE IF ONE INSIST OF ONE SIGNATURE
HERE YOU ARE:
SLIM , SOFT
TOUCH OF SPREZZATURA
These are our hallmarks. Softly padded shoulders with minimal padding, taper waist
“ ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT
CLOTHES ARE USE TO
FLATTER YOUR BODY
NOT TO SHOWCASE THEM. ”
THE ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
HORSEHAIR CANVAS LINING
Our Suit uses horsehair canvas interlining which allows natural drape yet reduce undesired stiffness of the suit.
The Canvas we use are top quality components purchased directly from the same suppliers of major fashion houses, with canvas interlining it makes the whole suit highly breathable and conforms well to your body shape, complementing the whole look.
Our manufacturing methods go hand-in-hand with the quality materials that we use. We aim to create the highest quality products that last, and we do that by utilising graded materials. Using only 100% quality wool for our suits. Spun into fine threads and tightly woven, the wool are lightweight and breathable.
We also offer a variety of different wool like worsted wool, fine merino wool etc. For the finest custom tailored experience, we offer a selection of premium fabrics from one of the world's oldest fabric mills,
From Half-Canvas suit onwards we provide one of the key things that most people do not notice which is the lapel roll. Our lapel will always exhibit a gentle, soft, curling roll from the shoulder and collar line, down the gorge to the point where the jacket buttons.
This gives dimension and life to the jacket and is also a sign of a carefully handcrafted suit. Such a roll is a clear signal of a hand-stitched lapel, for no machine-made or fused lapel is able to exhibit roll
A SIGN OF QUALITY.
APPRECIATE THE HANDMADE SIGN JUST LIKE HOW A SUIT WAS MADE IN THE CENTURY.
Visible stitches around the edges of our lapels are called pic-stitching. They aren’t necessarily a sign of a well-made garment. However, they can be an attractive decorative flourish if they are made by hand. Stitching that made by machine falls out easily compare to hand stitching.
The typical double backstitch on the Neapolitan suit is called Doppia Impuntura. One of the signs of a quality handmade suit that was inspired by the neapolitan tailoring
One of our Signature style in Made Suits
The Milanese buttonhole is a very iconic type of buttonhole and a sign of a bespoke suit today.
The Asolsa Lucida glossy buttonhole, which most likely originated in the Abruzzi region of Italy, is also preferred in Paris, whose tailors refer to this style of buttonhole as the Milanese buttonhole.
Find out how its made here
Due to time consumptions we therefore don't really implement this in all our suits unless requested. Which an extra cost will incurred.
Consult our Specialist to understand more.
FUNCTIONAL SLEEVE BUTTONS
Our Suit Jackets are made with functioning buttons, known as “surgeon's cuffs,” why is it call surgeon cuff? Prior to the influx of tailors over a century ago, Savile Row was filthy with surgeons. When tailors started to move in, they accommodated their local clientele by making jackets with functional sleeve buttons that could be unfastened and rolled back, enabling a surgeon to work on a patient without removing his jacket. Hence, surgeon’s cuffs.
In Short it can literally be unbuttoned and rolled back like shirt sleeves, unlike the purely decorative, non-functional buttons that are attached to most suit jacket or blazer sleeves.
Another way of having working buttons are generally indicative of a bespoke suit. Thus, to show that the buttons work and that the suit cost as much as a decent used car, many men leave the last button flagrantly unbuttoned. Is this a faux pas? No. Is it showing off? Sure. It’s also “correct.“ This is one way to show off. Generally most off the shelf suit jackets or any cheap tailored suits which cut cost and time would make unfunctional buttonholes.
The sign of a good tailor is his buttonhole. There should be no loose, hanging threads around it. And as Oscar Wilde said, “A really well-made buttonhole is the only link between art and nature.“
Why functional here is why
A SHOULDER THAT SINGS
While the shoulder area of the suit is one of the easiest places for the tailor to measure, delivering the desired aesthetic look of the shoulder is, in itself an art. And, if you recall that the lapel roll can be the first signal of a handmade suit then perhaps you will agree that quality shoulder expression is next as the second signal of a suit made by hand. Shoulders are the most defining element of the silhouette of a jacket.
They can be natural, soft, convex, concave, lightly padded, padded or built up or knocked-down. Shoulder expression is simply the shape and appearance of the shoulder area of a coat.
Below are the difference:
Spalla camicia adopts a similar technique that is used in shirt-making. By tucking the seam allowance against the shoulder (not against the sleeve), the jacket follows the shape of the body causing the fabric to fall naturally from the shoulder-down.
There is an absence of padding in the shoulder and a natural puckering that is formed flowing down from the sleeve head, since sleeves are cut wider at the top with excess cloth eased into the shoulder and armhole–a look thought of as a fault to some, and pure poetry in motion to others.
Notice how the shoulder is knocked down, with no appearance of padding.
Con rollino (or “with roll”) jackets are made by taking excess fabric from around the sleeve head, and forming a roll that bulks up the area and pushes the sleeve head upwards, creating a bump that gives the same appearance as roping.
Sometimes this bump or roll can be quite pronounced, and other times, not as obvious.
WE OFFER A SHOULDER THAT SUITS YOUR BODY SHAPE & PERSONALITY.
Hand-made shoulders which requires more work by hand, our suit shoulders never cause shoulder divots which can be found sometimes on off the shelf suits or cheap tailored suits. Its arguable that it may be the work of the armhole but heavily padded shoulders do play a part in causing shoulder divots. The minimal way is to use thinner and less pads on the shoulder for a better contour on the shoulders to prevent any divots from showing.
BELOW ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF SHOULDER DIVOTS:
THE IDEAL SHOULDER FIT WITH NO SHOULDER DIVOTS:
PROVIDING EXCLUSIVE SUIT LININGS TO ARM YOU WITH TASTE
THAT IS BESPOKEN FOR.
YOURS, FOR LIFE
Your garment is now finished, and is receiving the final touch.
At this moment your tailor is sewing a Monogram label
bearing your name
Or OUR FIRST LASER TECHNOLOGY
with your very own
IF YOU HAVE MADE IT THIS FAR, THIS SHOWS HOW INTERESTED YOU ARE IN A BESPOKE SUIT HERE IS A BONUS VIDEO FOR YOU BY
The ART OF NEAPOLITAN TAILORING BY GIANLUCA MIGLIAROTTI.
Custom, Bespoke, Tailored, Made to Measure
Made to Measure Suits in Singapore
We are a high-end made-to measure menswear company with showrooms in Singapore that is revolutionizing the way men shop for clothing.
Expertly Tailored Suits In Your Design Of Choice
We pride ourselves on tailoring bespoke suits to your exact specifications. We understand the importance of finding the right suit to match your own distinctive style. Whether you are looking for a classic or more contemporary look, we can provide suit designs that fit your needs. We consider around 30 body measurements and body positions to create garments that fit your body shape, giving you a stylish and professional look.
With an array of choices in fabrics, linings, buttons and options, you can customize your suit to express your individuality. Our options include features such as the style of the lapel, pockets, vents and the canvas construction – meaning that your suit will be uniquely yours.
Highest Quality Materials For Our Made To Measure and Bespoke Suits
Our tailored suits are made to measure using some of the finest fabrics from around the world. We are using suit fabrics from the most reputable Italian and British fabric mills, such as Vitale Barberis Canonico, Cerruti1881 , Dormeul , Holland And Sherry With generations of experience in crafting textiles, these world renowned, historic mills are able to provide us with an exceptional quality of fabric.
High-End Luxury at Affordable Prices
We directly work with highly skilled fabric manufacturers and tailors to produce high-end fashion quality menswear, without the luxury price tag.
In order to preserve our reputation of delivering quality, we tightly control the entire supply chain; from product design, to manufacturing, to quality control, to sales, and distribution. Removing ourselves from the unnecessary, and expensive, traditional retail structure, means that we can pass substantial savings on to our customers.
Unique Personalised Customer Experience
We offer a personalised service to our customers at every step of the purchasing process – from initial enquiry, to your first appointment with our expert tailors, to delivery and aftercare. We recognise that a suit, shirt, or jacket is more than just an item of clothing – it is a piece of your personality and an investment.