5 Benefits Of Custom Made Clothing

Most people think that the term custom made refers to stuff that is expensive, unnecessary or designed for people who are obsession with fashion. This perception is not true. Custom-made things offer a lot of benefits. For instance, if you design your own t-shirts, they will last longer. Let’s know about more benefits. Read on to know more.

1. Better Fit

If you want to look, you know what the term FIT means. As a matter of fact, what you wear should fit you otherwise it will be of no use. For healthy men, it is even more important because good health attracts. In fact, this is the biggest benefit of having clothing made to order.

2. Quality Materials

If you go for ready-made stuff, you won’t be able to get exactly what you need. This is how the system works. The things are produced at mass level using industrial machines. These clothing are not made by people who look into tiny detail. However, things that are made to order are made by human (not necessarily in today’s age).

In case of clothing, custom tailors give a lot of importance to precision. This enables them to make necessary adjustments right away to fix the inconsistencies. What they do is adhere to the required number of stitches for each inch. So, this keeps the article of clothing durable.

3. Personal Style

You may not be able to “see” your personal style in the ready-made clothing. However, if you design your own shirts, you can get the shirts to your personal style. You can get your desired color, collar design, cuff shape, pocket feature and other features.

4. Time And Effort

Unlike buying from a store, the custom-made route is more straightforward. If you don’t find the thing you want, you will just torture yourself. However, if you work with a tailor, you will get something no matter what. The tailor will tell you about the turnaround time.

You won’t have to spend hours or days traveling from store to store to get what you need. All you have to do is let the tailor know our requirements and the rest will be his responsibility.

5. Your Clothes Last Longer

You have to be a smart buyer if you want to get what you want at a reasonable price. Don’t just think that expensive shirts are the best choice. They may not be the best choice for everyone. As a matter of fact, custom-made clothing stand the test of time. In other words, they last longer than the ready-made ones.

You won’t have to spend a lot to carry out the repairs. With time, the issues that may arise can be solved by meeting a good tailor. Plus, you can add a lot of extras to each piece.

Long story short, if you are going to buy new shirts for New Year, we suggest that you go to a good tailor to order custom-made shirts. This way you can get the most out of investment.

 

For A Perfect Dress

A dress is one of the basic styles of female clothing. It is a garment of a skirt (bottom half) with an attached bodice (top half). The colouring and style of the dress gives the effect of a one-piece garment.

Dresses are worn by females of all ages as an alternative to a separate skirt and blouse or trousers.The process of creating begins, of course, with the idea.

Variety of images and impressions from the events, journeys, exhibitions, movies, reflected in one another, and the idea becomes reality. Before to start is necessary to analyze big amounts of information, including shows of Fashion Week, a modern street style. Travelling, looking catwalks, walking past a clothing store or encountering unusually dressed man in the street, I always make sketches or take pictures of interesting to me things.

I use these materials to make the Mood Boards, Color Boards, which help to see more clearly the theme of collection as a whole, not separated into the pieces. I concretize the mood and theme of Look Book and promotional materials.

At the stage of sketches I work at the silhouette, proportions, lines and design elements, I think over the finishing, accessories, color palettes. At the same time searching for a suitable material. This is one of the most important stages – I have to direct the creative flow in the right direction, and to predict all possible fitting and technological problems. To choose one sketch I have to make dozens of sketches and drafts.

When the sketch is ready I give it to the Engineer designer. It is very important to find the designer which is on the same wavelength with you, and his sense of lines and proportions matching with yours. So – the primary drawing templates are ready, the sample is cut out, and the tailor makes it half-finished.

First fitting. Here I must take into consideration everything. Fit, proportions, and aesthetic moments – that’s only half the work. The model must be comfortable to wear, tech in production, reasonable cost. It can be 2-3 samples and fittings, depending on the level of complexity and the fabric. When all the nuances taken into account and worked over, the sample is approved, an Engineer designer makes the gradation in size. Usually, the primary sample we make in medium size, to avoid further inaccuracies in sizes. It is very important to understand how the proportions will change, and sometimes it needs to make one more sample in large.

Now we are ready for production. The sample, fabrics, accessories, complementary materials, as well as complete sets of templates together with the necessary supporting documents are sending to the manufacturer.