Bespoke Suit Tailoring
Bespoke tailoring is a long established craft that has evolved from its origins in Britain (where it was used for military uniform and court dress) to the point where today’s modern suit is a refined and sophisticated object constructed in multiple layers and exactly contoured to the comfort requirements of the individual wearer.
Personal Measurements for Creating the Tailored Suits
The process of making an Amrik Chaggar, be it two or three-piece, begins with the taking of precise measurements of the future owner’s body shape and volume. Of particular importance at this stage is the positioning of the limbs relative to the trunk, for as each pattern piece is considered separately it is crucial that the joining is accurate to define the correct balance, line and drape of the finished suit which silhouette the anatomy beneath.
When the two-dimensional pattern draft is made in paper from these measurements, it becomes the template used to cut the cloth, which is then pieced together to create a three-dimensional form. This process is vital to achieve maximum comfort and style in the final garment.