The acquisition of a good quality suit that fits is a delightful experience. But – like most of life’s more worthwhile occupations – it is not without its complexities.
Step 7: First fitting
Within weeks you should expect your first fitting if you have chosen the bespoke route, This will be your final chance to make changes as the lapel width, button position, number of pockets and most of the other final details can still be changed before completion of the suit. If you have gone made to measure you should expect your finished suit at this point and should skip to Step 8.
Step 8: Finished Suit
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.The tailor will ask you to try on the suit, while he personally checks every angle to make sure your suit is perfect. Unfortunately, at this stage, it’s also time to pay the bill, on this matter I can not offer much advice.