Product & Customizations
Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
We get this question a lot because we actually offer you (the customer) the option to choose your price point and level of construction of your suit, blazer or tuxedo jackets. Many of our competitors don’t offer this option and are very vague when it comes time to explain what type of construction they offer. For example, one of our largest competitors state “All our suit jackets are half canvassed, with fully fused fronts, for greater versatility and superior shape for your body. Each jacket also features fully canvassed lapels…“. Interpreting that can easily confuse just about anyone. How can you be half canvassed and fully fused? Some marketing person spent a lot of time and effort to come up with that phrase. We believe they are selling fused suits with fully canvassed lapels, meaning their suits’ quality is not up to our standard. Ouch. If you want your suit construction to be fully canvassed, no games, then we offer you that option, at a slightly higher price. If you do not want that, we also offer you other options, at a lower price. The choice is yours, not ours. You decide what price and quality point you want. We will not try to confuse you with confusing phrases.
The difference between us and our competition is that we allow you to choose the construction of your entire suit, blazer, or tuxedo jacket. No nonsense or fancy wording used to deceive you into believing you’re getting a fully canvassed product when it’s really fused.
So what are the differences between these?
Fused – Lowest tier pricing and level of construction. Fused is a term given for the jacket construction of suits, blazers and tuxedos where the lining is ‘stuck’ to the jacket’s outer shell using an adhesive (glue). This means there is no canvas inside of the suit to hold its shape. Over time the adhesive will break down and you will see what appears to be bubbles forming in your suit. These are impossible to fix without re-cutting the amount of fabric used in the jacket. Fused suits are typically sold in bulk at retail stores (i.e. Men’s Warehouse, Dillard’s, Macy’s, Jos. A. Bank, etc…).
Half Canvas – Middle tier pricing and quality. The benefit of buying a half canvas suit, blazer or tuxedo jacket is that they are less expensive than a fully canvassed suit while holding their shape better than a fused suit. The canvas inside this suit is expanded across the chest and lapel only. This gives the jacket a better general shape and also prevents the risk of bubbling.
Full Canvas – Highest tier pricing and quality. Fully canvassed suits, blazers and tuxedo jackets are made with a canvas comprised of wool and horsehair stitched to the inside of the jacket between the outer layer and the liner. As you wear the jacket over time, the canvas will begin to conform to the shape of your body. The canvas inside of the jacket helps hold the general shape of the jacket and also prevents future deforming. These suits generally look the best, and look even better with time as you wear the suit more often. These will be the most durable, highest quality and longest lasting type of suit you can buy.
There is a price difference between suit construction types. We try to provide you the option to customize your suit as much as possible without raising the base price of our suits. By default Fused Construction is pre-selected for the absolute lowest cost custom suit.
Ask yourself “How do I want my suit to fit?” Our suits are custom made and one of the options when building them is how you want it to fit. Since you provide your measurements following our guide your suit is already going to be made specifically to your body shape. When your measurements get converted to the suit we build we have to choose how much to adjust them and we have 3 different formulas for doing that based on standard fit variations (slim, classic & loose). It’s important to be truthful with yourself, if you’re a larger man then you should probably stick to classic or loose fitting suits. This is a judgement free zone and we want you to look and feel your best in our suits.
Slim Fit – Generally what you see all the models wearing. This is the modern, form fitting, youthful look created from narrower shoulders, higher armholes, tighter waists, tighter arm sleeves and pants with shorter hems. Putting all of this together creates a very form fitting, body contoured look which makes you appear taller, thinner and create a sharp silhouette. The downside to this great appearance is that slim fit suits are generally less comfortable to wear, especially while sitting and feeling tight or pulling across the chest and back while moving.
Choose one: Appearance or Comfort. If you want to look amazing and sacrifice comfort then this is for you. If you want comfort then you should look at Classic or Loose Fits.
Recommended for: slim, athletic, and medium build men.
Not Recommended for: larger or heavy set men, especially not for men with a Beer Belly.
Classic Fit – This is perhaps the most widely chosen fit among men. This fit balances style and comfort. Utilizing a combination of moderately fitted shoulders, high armholes, waist suppression and slightly tapered pant legs. While this fit is more tapered to your body for a good fit, it is not as tight or form fitting as a slim fit suit. Allows for a good range of movement and an overall good appearance.
Good balance between appearance and comfort.
Recommended for: just about everyone.
Not Recommended for: really should be good for anyone. Though, some very heavy set men might still be more comfortable in a loose fit suit.
Loose Fit – On the complete opposite end of the spectrum compared to a slim-fit suit is the loose fit suit. Loose fitting suits place comfort above all else. These suits are made with a little more loose fabric to allow for very easy movement. To accomplish this you can expect wider shoulders, slightly lower armholes, a straight cut waist and wide pant legs with a longer hem. Unfortunately, loose fit suits are larger and may appear to be “boxy”. While you may look “boxy” you will be very comfortable in this suit. This suit fit is often associated with old double breasted suits where working long 8-10 hour days were common, wearing a suit that long was bad enough so comfort was above all else.
Comfort is above all else.
Recommended for: everyone. Especially large, heavy set men, like those with a Beer Belly.
There is no price difference for Suit Fit. Please select the type of fit you would enjoy the most. By default, Classic Fit is pre-selected since it is the most commonly chosen option that most people would feel comfortable and stylish wearing.
You should be asking yourself “what kind of style or look am I going for?” Then you might be better equipped to answer this question for yourself. The differences between notched and peak lapels are subtle, and the shawl lapel is exclusively reserved for tuxedos. There is no right or wrong answer here, unless you want to follow the rules. In case you were wondering what the ‘rules’ are we’ll be glad to lay out the framework for you.
Notch Lapel – The most versatile and common lapel of the three. Best for everyday suits, job interviews and as business or work attire. You can also wear this suit to semi-formal events such as receptions and dinner parties. If you were to only have one suit in your wardrobe, a Notched lapel suit should be your choice.
Slim Notch Lapel – A thinner version (less wide) than our standard notched lapel. Recommended for those wearing slim-fit suits and that are of a slimmer body type.
Peak Lapel – Generally reserved for more formal and flashy events. If you were invited to a black tie event, wedding, or just wanted to turn some heads then this should be your go to choice. It is better to wear a peak lapel if you are going to be the center of attention such as at your own wedding or being the key speaker at an event. And yes, you can wear these to work too.
Slim Peak Lapel – A thinner version (less wide) than our standard peaked lapel. Again, this is best reserved for those wearing slim-fit suits and those of a slimmer figure overall.
Shawl Lapel – Last, but not forgotten is the shawl lapel. Reserved for tuxedos and formal dinner jackets only. We only offer this lapel type with our tuxedos. Perfect for black tie events, red carpets, galas, weddings and whenever you want to look like the fanciest person in the room.
There is no price difference for Lapel types. By default Notch Lapels are pre-selected since they are the most commonly chosen option.
A tell-tale sign of a high quality custom made suit is the pick stitching that it features. Not all suits feature this and it’s entirely up to the wearer to decide if they want this feature.
Pick Stitching – Mostly aesthetic. Used to be an indicator of a master-handcrafted suit, however, this is no longer the case. Machine pick stitching is now often added to garments as a visual enhancer. When deciding on pick stitching or no pick stitching, just remember that it does not affect your suit fit or price, but may come undone over time resulting in a tattered looking suit.
There is no price difference for Pick Stitching. By default Without Pick Stitching is pre-selected since that is the most commonly chosen option.
This is purely a style choice. The pocket type or style doesn’t affect the quality of your suit. Choose whatever style you like the most.
Slanted pockets – Draws eyes towards the sternum. Sometimes the person in the suit will appear slimmer and taller. Sportier and not as common as straight pockets.
Straight Pockets – The most common style. Slight difference from slanted that others may or may not notice. If you want a classic look that will blend in anywhere this is your choice.
Ticket pocket – This extra pocket is ideal for tall slim bodies to fill up some of the empty space on the jacket. It’s recommended that shorter people do not add the ticket pocket as it will break up the length of the jacket and also make your torso appear shorter. FUN FACT – this option has been worn by every incarnation of James Bond.
There is no price difference for the style of suit Pockets you can choose. By default Straight Pockets are pre-selected since they’re the most commonly chosen option.
This is entirely up to you. We will lay out the general framework below just as we did for the lapel types. You don’t have to follow the general ‘rules’, we believe you should wear whatever makes you most happy. Before we jump in to that, we believe you should know that Single Breasted suits, blazers and tuxedos are over 95% of the total market these days and are the safest choice that will never go out of style. Double Breasted suits, blazers and tuxedos are not seen often and are generally reserved for the most formal of events.
The largest difference between single and double breasted suits are in their appearance in how they button. Single breasted suits are evenly divided down the middle where both halves of the jacket meet to button. Double breasted suits feature one side overlapping the other and about half of the buttons actually button. The buttons are centered on double breasted suits but the overlap of the jacket halves create a wildly different look.
1 Button Single Breasted – Generally seen on suits and tuxedos for black tie events. Shows off just a tad more of your chest as one button jackets create a deeper “V”. More flattering to shorter and stockier gentlemen.
2 Buttons Single Breasted – The most common and classic look in Men’s fashion is the 2 button single breasted suit. This suit style is a timeless classic that works for all body types. Perfect for social or business events. If you are unsure of which style to choose then the 2 button single breasted suit is your best choice, the safest choice and is always the right choice when you can’t make up your mind.
3 Buttons Single Breasted – If you’re a taller and more athletic or slim gentleman this might just be your favorite suit. Designed to look long and lean when buttoned. Often worn by older gentlemen, this style isn’t as prominent as 1 & 2 button suits. Generally preferred by those who wear 3-piece suits (with vests).
4 Buttons Double Breasted (2 fasten) – All double breasted suits are rare to see and often reserved for black tie formal type events. Among the double breasted variety, this is the most common. Recommended for shorter men.
6 Buttons Double Breasted (2 fasten) – More classic feel. Worn by taller men.
6 Buttons Double Breasted (3 fasten) – Preferred by taller men. Popular overseas.
8 Buttons Double Breasted (4 fasten) – Rarely even seen. The tallest of men should order this. Your torso will look more elongated if you order this style.
There is no price difference for our suits based on how many buttons, single or double breasted option you choose. So pick the option you prefer. By default the 2 Buttons Single Breasted suit option is pre-selected since it is the most commonly chosen.
There are no hard set rules on buttons in the custom suiting world. Ask yourself “Which button do I really want?”
Many people simply prefer horn buttons because that is what tradition on custom high end suits says. Whether you choose plastic, shell or horn buttons your custom made to measure suit will look amazing with any buttons.
Tuxedos normally come with rounded satin buttons. We do not offer other buttons for tuxedos since satin is really the only option for a true tuxedo. Tuxedos are accented with satin in several places such as along the pants, jacket pockets, chest pocket, lapel, and the buttons.
Plastic Buttons – Exactly what it is. The lowest quality for lowest price. Plastic buttons work, you can’t go wrong staying with the default option.
Shell Buttons – Shell, pearl, or mother of pearl are all names for the same type of button. These are made from clam, mussel, agoya, and abalone shells and feature a pearlescent look. A great compliment to any suit.
Horn Buttons – A perfect choice for any suit. These classic, traditional horn buttons are recommended by tailors for all custom made suits. They’re made from cow and buffalo hooves and horns and feature an iconic two-toned natural look. Often stronger than plastic buttons and each have a 100% unique look.
There is a small price difference for choosing shell or horn buttons. We try to provide you the option to customize your suit as much as possible without raising the base price of our suits. By default plastic buttons are pre-selected for the absolute lowest cost custom suit.
This is a good question that really depends on your personal preference. We can lay out some general guidelines but in the end, do you know how you want your suit jacket to look?
Hopefully you’ve chosen or have an idea for how you want the front of your jacket to look by now. So turn around and let’s focus on how the back of the jacket looks. Your 3 options are No Vents, Single Vent and Double Vents.. Most tailors will say you only have two options one or two vents, but we allow you the option to go without vents.
Vents were originally designed to allow the tail of your jacket to part while sitting down (history says while riding horseback, but let’s be honest none of us are going riding in a suit). The same basic principle applies when we sit down, vents help to part the crease and relax tension on the lower back of the jacket to prevent it from bunching up and constricting your body.
No Vents – Just as you’d expect. There are no vents in the back of your jacket. Restricts movement and can be the most uncomfortable option to wear. Perfect for lean and petite frames. Not seen very often.
Single Vent – One single vent in the middle of the back of your jacket. Provides a good range of movement. Often look better on taller, more athletic men. Very common, and perhaps the most seen vent on suits and blazers off-the-rack as this vent style is the cheapest to create.
Double Vents – Two vents, one on each side of the back of the jacket. Seen less often because it is more costly to manufacture, thus large retailers produce the majority of their suits with a single vent. Men wearing custom suits often prefer this option, to look different and let the world know you are wearing a custom suit. Lastly double vents provide the greatest free range of motion, therefor the most comfortable option especially if you spend a majority of your day sitting down.
There is no price difference to you, so choose whichever vent style you prefer. By default we pre-select double vents for all our suits since they’re generally regarded as being on suits of higher quality (i.e. custom suits).
You might be asking yourself “Why is this even an option?” Well, we’re a true custom men’s suit experience. We want you to be in control of as much of your suit style as possible.
So what’s the difference? It’s very simple. One works, and the other doesn’t. In a way, how much do you want to show off your custom suit?
Nonfunctional Buttons – Just as it implies. The buttons are not functional. They are sewn to the arm sleeve as pure decoration. Just about all off-the-rack and retail suits feature nonfunctional buttons. It’s simple and purely about the look.
Functional Buttons – A good indicator of a truly custom made suit. Just as the name implies, this option will place working buttons on your suits’ arm sleeves. A trend among custom suit wearers and aficionados is to leave one or two of these arm sleeve buttons unbuttoned. A small thing most people won’t notice, but those that do will know you’re wearing a custom made suit.
There is no price difference for choosing nonfunctional or functional buttons, so choose whichever you want. By default we pre-select Nonfunctional Buttons for all our suits. Nonfunctional is more popular. If you wish to flaunt your custom suit then by all means choose the other option.
This question pertains to style and comfort. Kind of like the contrasting differences of Slim, Classic and Loose fitting suits. When it comes to pant pleats you can go without pleats, also called flat front pants, with a single pleat and double pleats. And then based on what you decide you should or shouldn’t add pant cuffs as well, just something to keep in mind.
Traditionally, most pants were pleated. However, today flat front pants are very much in style just like slim fit suits are in style. Pleats are generally thought of as being worn by older gentlemen as they look “old fashioned”. Below you’ll find some basic information for each.
No Pleats (Flat Front) – No pleats or flat front pants are exactly like they sound. They do not feature any pleats and the front of the pants are flat. This generally creates a slim, smooth, and straighter appearance. If you go with this style of pant you should forgo pant cuffs. This is the most common style today.
Recommended for: Slim, athletic, short & tall men.
Not Recommended for: Larger men.
Single Pleat – One pant pleat on each side of the front of your pants. A pleat is a folding over of the fabric built into your pant’s waist. Generally more roomy, comfortable and perfect for medium to larger sized men. It is recommended to add pant cuffs if you choose pleated pants to continue with the classic look. Pant cuffs also add additional weight and structure to the bottom of your pants to help hold the pleats in place.
Recommended for: Everyone. Especially medium to larger sized men.
Not Recommended for: Anyone can wear pleated pants, it’s up to your style preferences.
Double Pleats – Similar to single pleated pants, except that these have two (2) pleats on each side of the front of your pants. Double pleated pants have an older, very traditional and classic look to them. These are especially recommended for larger men. You will be the most comfortable in these pants. Lastly, if you choose this style you should add pant cuffs to add weight and structure to the bottom of your pants to help hold the pleats in place.
Recommended for: Everyone. Especially larger men.
Not Recommended for: Anyone can wear pleated pants, it’s just up to your style preferences.
There is no price difference for choosing flat front pants or pleated pants, so choose whichever your prefer. By default we pre-select No Pleats or Flat Front Pants for all our suits. This is the most common, modern look most people prefer today. If you are a larger man then we recommend choosing single or double pleats for extra comfort.
We think you should add pant cuffs if that’s what you desire. We will build your suit with any options you select. There is no right or wrong way to do it, but if you’re looking for an answer let us layout the general guidelines for and without pant leg cuffs.
Without Cuffs (Uncuffed) – This style is ideal for shorter men as it doesn’t break up the smooth flowing lines of the pants, elongating your legs by visual effect. On shorter men pant cuffs break up these lines and can make you appear even shorter. The only exception to this is if you chose pants with pleats, then you should always go with cuffed pants.
Recommended for: Everyone, especially shorter men.
Not Recommended for: Pleated pants.
Cuffed Pants – A style where the bottom of your pants are cuffed, they look like they’ve been rolled up. This option should be chosen if your pants will be pleated since the cuff adds additional weight and structure to the pants. While there is a rule about pleats and flat front pants being cuffed you can choose to wear cuffs with or without pleats. That means you can wear flat front pants with a cuff if you desire. Although, it is generally only recommended for taller men. Taller men usually look the best in cuffed pants.
Recommended for: Taller men, and always if your pants have pleats.
Not Recommended for: Shorter men.
As a good rule of thumb, you can always add cuffs to pants without cuffs. However, you should never plan to remove cuffs from cuffed pants as it changes the appearance of the pants.
There is no price difference between cuffed and no cuff pants, so choose whichever your prefer. By default we pre-select No Cuff pants for all of our suits. This is the most common look that all men can wear. If you are a taller man or have selected pant pleats then it is recommended to change to cuffed pants.
The material composition, appearance and feel are the major differences between these lining options. All of our suits feature a full lining of your choice. We do full linings because a fully lined suit jacket has the weight and firmness that has come to be expected of high end custom suits. We currently offer over 20 different suit linings so that you can choose one to really make your suit your own. For example, a bright red lining on a dark navy blue suit just exudes confidence and power.
Solid Linings – 100% polyester solid color linings. These linings feel smooth and are very popular in modern suits for their low cost. One downside to polyester is that they can be warm and do not breathe well. We offer four very basic solid colors for you to choose from.
Silky Linings – 100% polyester silky color linings. These linings are generally more shiny and silkier in appearance compared to the solid color linings. Again, these linings are lower cost and do no breathe well. We offer 10 very popular silky colored linings.
Paisley Linings – 55% polyester and 45% viscose. Apart from 100% polyester suit linings, this is perhaps the most used suit lining today. Viscose linings, also known as rayon linings, are made from regenerated wood cellulose. Viscose rayon material is very similar to cotton and is not considered a synthetic. This blend of fabrics features properties of both the polyester’s low cost and the viscose’s breathability and silk like feeling. We currently offer 5 paisley linings for you to choose from.
Bemberg Linings – Bemberg is a brand of cupro fiber, this 100% cupro material (Japanese fabric) alternative to silk that has a similar luxurious look and feel. Made from natural products such as wood and cotton. This fabric is extremely durable, breathable, anti-static properties, environmentally friendly, affordable, and looks and feels like silk. We currently only offer two Bemberg / cupro linings for you to choose from, we plan to add more variety soon. This is the king of linings, there is nothing better.
Fun fact: There is no such thing as a 100% silk lining anymore. In the old days silk used to be used as a suit lining and that is why people still think of silk as being the greatest fabric for linings. This is kind of a myth in our modern day and age. Silk doesn’t make for a good suit liner because it is both very expensive and not very durable. Silk does not age well and it is very fragile that you would need to repair your suit lining often. In terms of price, breathability and durability cupro and bemberg linings win hands down. That is why you see many suiting companies offer cupro or bemberg linings in their high end suits.
There is a price difference between the different types of linings. We recommend choosing one that you find looks good and will meet your level of comfort. Paisley and Bemberg linings will offer the greatest comfort since they are more breathable fabrics. By default we pre-select a solid black lining for our suits. This is a very basic, common look that all men can wear. If you want some color in your suit then by all means choose what your heart desires.
When picking a suit you should keep the fabric weight or GSM (grams per square meter) in mind. The GSM has much to do with the weight of the fabric, pretty much how thick a fabric is since thicker fabrics will weigh more. And this all has to do with what your suiting needs are. Are you looking for a general all purpose everyday suit? A lightweight suit? A winter suit?
All of these questions are good things to keep in mind when choosing your suit. We list the fabric weight on every product page in GSM of the fabric used to create that suit. That way you know exactly what you are getting.
Below is an easy breakdown of fabric weight ranges you should be looking at for suits depending on your needs.
180-230 GSM – A light weight suit fabric, usually found on summer suits such as linen, silk, cotton and fine wool blends.
240-290 GSM – A medium weight suit fabric great for everyday wear. Generally found in wool, and thick cotton and linen blends.
>300 GSM – A heavy weight suit fabric great for durability and colder months such as for winter suits. These fabrics are usually thick wool and tweed blends.
In our opinion, the perfect year round suits are of the lighter variety in between the 200-240 GSM range. These feature enough durability to get your money’s worth of durability while still being light and breathable year round.
There is no right or wrong choice, these are just recommendations. You’re more than okay wearing a heavy fabric weight in summer if that’s what you want to do.
There is no “best” when it comes to thread counts. There are certainly better choices depending on your personal preferences, so let us educate you a little on suiting thread counts and super numbers.
Thread counts when it comes to suits are often referred to as super numbers. From the super 100s, 110s, 120s, 130s, 140s all the way to the 200s and higher. These numbers refer to how many threads can fit in a square inch of fabric when woven together. This is also based on the diameter or width of the fibers. These fibers are woven together to create the fabric that is used to make up your suit. So the larger the super number the smaller the fiber is. Thus, for really large super numbers there are more fibers in the same area of fabric as a smaller super number. This generally translates to larger super numbers being more expensive, softer, and more silky feeling. And to an extent the larger the number the more durable the fabric. However, you can only go so far, about super 160s-180s and higher the fabrics start to become less durable and actually more fragile because the fibers that makeup the fabric are increasingly smaller and more fragile.
For comparison, the width or size of a super 100s is approximately just under 19 microns. Super 100s and higher are generally regarded as being quality fabrics. A super 160s wool fabric is considerably more expensive and of a higher quality, for instance the fibers at this thread count will measure around 15.5-16 microns. This difference of about 3 microns might not seem like much, but remember we’re talking about microns. A micron is one millionth of a meter or one thousandth of a millimeter. While this might not sound like much, this small difference in size represents a large increase in price for the super 160s fabric. Perhaps now you can understand how once a fiber gets to be increasingly smaller that the fabric is increasingly more fragile too.
So now that you understand what makes up a super number you might still be asking yourself “Which super number will make the best suit?” Super numbers are generally a good guide to gauge the quality of a wool fabric. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean a super 110s isn’t higher quality than a super 140s. Where did the wool originate, how does it feel? Shopping online can be difficult because you can’t feel the fabric, but you can still use the super numbers to guide you. As well, that’s why we only source high quality wool fabrics for all of our suits.
Below Super 120s – Super 100s and 110s can still be good quality fabrics for suits. These will typically be less soft than your 120s-150s however durability will be about the same. You can expect suits made from this range of thread counts to last a long time.
Super 120s, 130s, 140s & 150s – For our wool fabrics this is generally the range we recommend if you’re looking for an everyday suit. Super 120s to 150s will represent this golden area where the fabrics are all high quality, soft, and durable – something you should look for in an everyday suit.
Super 160s, 170s, 180s, 190s, 200s and higher – These will represent the most expensive custom suits you can find. You can expect the highest quality, softest hand feel, but reduced durability due to the fineness of the fibers. These suits will need to be taken care of if they are to last a long time.
Our custom made to measure men’s suits are currently made in Asia.
We are partners with one of the largest garment manufacturers in Asia. They currently produce over 50,000 suits a month for export all over the world. If you already own a “name brand” suit then chances are your suit was made in the very same factory our custom suits are made in.
Everything but our accessories! All of our suits, blazers, tuxedos & vests are 100% custom made to measure. It’s our specialty.
Of course! You’ll find we are very accommodating when it comes to our customers. If you want to add extra pairs of pants or jackets to your order you can!
You can do whatever you want! All of our suits come as you configure them on our online store. If you wish to make a suit a 3-piece suit then just add the vest to cart and it will match your suit.
For the time being this option is currently unavailable on the online store. If you wish to add this to your order please contact us. Call us at 1 (480) 793-6931 or shoot us an email at email@example.com.
In order to serve all of our customers as quickly as possible we cannot make any customization changes to your order. Customization change requests via email or phone will not be accepted. As soon as your order is placed, we automatically send your order details to our manufacturing partner to ensure the quickest possible turnaround time. Make sure to double check your suit fabric selection, customizations, and body measurements before submitting your order.
When a suit fabric sells out it is often gone forever. Suit fabrics are very seasonal and change every 6-12 months, so get them before they’re gone! If you are seeking a specific style and cannot find it then consider reaching out. We can make style recommendations based on what you’re looking for. Call us at 1 (480) 793-6931 or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve actually done this in the past for a few customers. However, we don’t currently offer this service. The logistics, time, and involvement that this would require is tremendous. Perhaps in the future we will offer this service again, but at the current time we cannot do it efficiently.
We can surely try!
After all we make custom, made to measure suits. If you provide correct measurements we can try to build your custom suit. We don’t get a lot of requests for this so if you’re ordering a suit for a kid please leave a note at the bottom of the measurement form.
Log into your account and click on “orders” – https://fraternitysuits.com/my-account/orders/.
If your order was placed correctly you should expect to receive your suit in 3-4 weeks.
We like to provide you (the consumer) the absolute lowest price possible and give you the option to select other options and “upgrade” your suit. Most suit customizations have no charge, the few customizations that cost extra really raise the level of quality of your suit.
For example, upgrading to a fully canvassed suit is a significant price change. However, the quality of this type of suit is unparalleled. You can compare our fully canvassed suits to $3,000+ “name brand” suits.