Since the end of the 1800’s, there has been a grey area that exists when comparing bespoke tailoring with made-to-measure or ready-to-wear garments that were made to fit standard sizes. This is not the case with bespoke tailoring. The key distinction between the two techniques is that bespoke tailoring involves the creation of a garment without the use of a pre-existing template, whereas made-to-measure garments are created by altering an existing pattern in order to fit the customer.
Despite the fact that fittings and measurements are involved in either technique, bespoke tailoring often requires the use of individually cut patterns while made-to-measure patterns are typically stored in a computer. Hand-tailoring is the benchmark of bespoke clothing.
At Green and Jack’s you can design your own unique bespoke shirt by choosing from 4 different fits, 8 collar styles, 9 cuff styles, 2 hem styles, 3 buttoning styles, 3 back styles, 4 pocket styles and monogramming from the green and jacks online store.
If you cannot find the style that you have in mind please feel free to contact us via email or telephone and we can discuss your requirements with you.
Try a bespoke men's shirt today and receive £15 discount by using code y4f8crn when you order your first classic shirt. All orders come with a perfect fit guarantee which means that any errors that you may make during measurement will be corrected free of charge.
Contact: Manisha Solanki 0845 051 8030
Green and Jack's - Bespoke Shirt Maker London