Today’s grooms take their weddings seriously and whilst they wouldn’t want to outshine the bride, they understand the importance of getting the right look to reflect their personality and embrace the style and theme of the happy occasion.
Here at Bespoke Tailors, we take your wedding as seriously as you do. Being aware of how daunting it can be to make the right choices and create an ensemble befitting the groom, we recommend you take a little time to think about what kind of man you want to be on the day. We have a huge range of fabrics to choose from and we’ll do our best to match even the boldest of colour themes. Sherwani, Tuxedo,Traditional morning suit or eccentric individual style? Whatever look you wish to achieve visit our wedding specialist team who will advise and assist throughout to ensure that you make the perfect groom. All aspects of the the Grooms outfit can be purchased from us, from matching turbans, scarves and koosa’s.
Bespoke Gallery for Weddings
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Also with functions such as the mehndi we are on hand to supply colour co-ordinated outfits for all the males in the groom/ bridal party. Wether you wish to keep the look subtle with shawar kameezes in off white /pale gold or wish to be more extravgant with outfirts in burgundy or emerald green we will supply stylish quality looks.
Fitting / Measurements
When ordering a fully bespoke suit you will be measured in great detail taking into account all the idiosyncrasies of your posture. You will be measured by a bespoke tailor master who has years of experience. It’s important that the person measuring you is the same person who will be doing the cutting.He will need to see a picture of you in his mind whilst he analyses the measurements and creates a unique pattern for you and therefore photographs of each client are taken.
The suit is then hand cut to your specific measurements and hand stitched up to the ‘baste’ stage. This stage is what makes a bespoke suit bespoke.
A baste is a half-made suit that is not properly finished and only temporarily held together with white baste stiching. This allows it to be easily taken apart and remade.