1. You Get A Better Fit
Anyone who wants to look good knows how fit means everything. Fit is the key to showing off your body in the most flattering way.
That’s the core goal of custom made clothing. It’s well-adjusted to your personal measurements while providing enough ease and comfort. Extreme tightness or looseness shouldn’t be felt since these bring down your confidence.
Custom made means you get to adjust certain aspects such as:
- The ease at the neck area
- The length of the sleeves
- The amount of additional body length (if you’re a taller guy)
That’s why it’s really important to know your body type from the start. Your focus should be on dressing for the body you have now.
2. Quality Materials Are Used
With off-the-rack stuff, quality isn’t the priority. That’s how the system goes – cost-effective mass productions via industrial machines. Those clothes don’t go through the hands of professionals who scrutinize every detail. But it’s a completely different story with custom made clothing. Custom tailors value precision. They’re able to make adjustments on the spot and look out for inconsistencies. They adhere to the right number of stitches per inch – which keeps the fabric durable.
3. You Can Highlight Your Personal Style
There’s a limit to how much “you” is reflected in ready-to-buy clothes. But custom made clothing allows you to bring out more individuality.
There are manufacturers who work with not just different fabrics – but multiple features and design options as well. There’s a good amount of collaboration in which you influence the final product. You get to be creative.
Some features you can take advantage of include:
- The first thing people notice from a distance, long before the fabric even comes into play
- It strongly affects the mood and first impression you’re going to make
- There are different meanings that apply to each colour
- Part of the shirt that enhances certain features of the face and/or upper body
- It includes styles such as conventional point, spread, button down and more unusual ones like a pinor tab collar
- Cuff shape: You can try cuffs that are squared off or have rounded corners to look more masculine
- Pocket shape: You can either add a chest pocket or two, or do away with them to get a cleaner look for your shirt
- Matching stripes: You can use them for flashier or more stylized outfits
At logo customised clothing is very important to us when working with customers, we have all different types of workwear, tshirts, caps and plenty of other customised clothing for different types of business’/companies.
September 6, 2017
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