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THE BESPOKE SUIT IS
ITSELF THE GOLD STANDARD
OF MALE DRESS

The term “bespoke” is derived from the 17th century English verb to bespeak, “to speak for something, to give order for it to be made."

In fine tailoring today “Bespoke” describes a standard of excellence requiring the creation of a paper pattern, hand cutting of the cloth with shears, and the highest level and amount of hand, needle, and iron work by a single master tailor, pant maker, waistcoat maker, and/or coat maker.

The Bespoke Suit is the gold standard of male dress – the suit to which every other aspires.

Except for the straight outer seams of the jacket and trousers, which are done by machine for strength and a neat appearance, the entire garment is handmade – other suits don’t even come close.