Every man needs at least one elegant, high-quality suit which could set itself apart from the rest. A tailored suit that fits well is an investment. A good tailor will guide you through the process and help you decide on what it is your looking for. Follow these five easy steps to get your hands on the finest tailored suits.
Step 1: The first step
Meet with your tailor; at Alex Goodman we offer a service where we will come to your home or work place. We will then guide you through seasonal collections and settle on a suitable fabric. The fabric will make the price of tailored suits range from $799 to $4,000. When tailoring suits, you’re not paying for the brand name, so you can opt for higher quality grade fabric and still pay the same price or cheaper.
Step 2: Measure for fitting
At this stage, your tailor will take all the required measurements to make your tailored suits fit like a glove. It’s important to maintain open communication at all stages of your suit’s fabrication. By asking questions and providing feedback, you can decide on how you would like your suit to fall on your shoulders, waist and shoes. 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. All these little perks definitely override buying a so-called brand name.
Step 3: Determine the style
Two-button or three-button? Double-breasted or single? It all depends on the current styles at the time of your purchase. If you are more conservative, then you’d better not follow fashion trends. You can take classic tailored suits into your consideration. If you’re looking for something a little trendier, bring a photo along or simple ask Alex Goodman tailors to design something for you. A tailor can also tell you what best complements your body type to make you look better.
Step 4: Personalize it
The beauty of tailored suits is that you can add personal touches to make your suit look genuine and unique. Whether it’s specific types of buttons or pockets, you just ask and you shall receive. These simple touches will impress your colleagues and really make your suit stand out from the rest.
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.