Louisville Style Coaching & Custom Tailored Suits
Style is defined in many ways. For many, style is about the clothing you wear. For some it has more to do with the way you handle challenging situations, and then for others, style is synonymous with the way an artist expresses them self, either through their music or art. Style has everything to do with interpretation and expression. If you ask 100 people how they’d define style, you’ll discover 100 unique interpretations, and 100 unique expressions.
When it’s all said and done, the way you see yourself determines the presentation that you make each day. It’s not just about what you wear, but what you wear is your personal expression of how you’d like to be perceived in a given environment.
The way that you make your presentation each day, whether it’s in a business or social setting, sends a clear message. That message tells the world what your outlook is for that day. This is the beauty of style and image, you get to create the message that you want to send each day. In a business climate where dressing up is not a priority, creating an overall image of confidence and professionalism sets you apart from the crowd.
The art of Custom-Made Clothing
Shopping for men’s clothing today has undergone dramatic changes
from 20 years ago. Through the use of technology, today it is much
easier to create the look you want, without sacrificing quality. Men
today shop much differently than they use too just 20 years ago.
Today’s man looks for, uniqueness, variety, colors, and most of all fit.
Among the fastest growing segments in men’s clothing is custom
clothing. Custom clothing gives you many benefits that you simply don’t
get with what you find on the rack.
- Hundreds of Fabric Styles, Colors, and Patterns to choose from.
- Unlimited Fitting Options to satisfy any body type.
- Pricing that is competitive with off the rack pricing.
Having a garment custom made gives you the uniqueness that separates you from
the crowd. When you are having a garment custom made, many meticulous
measurements are necessary in order, to create the fit that will best represent
your body type.
While a suit off the rack requires basic fit
measurements such as chest, overarm, waist and
sleeves, and takes into consideration, the
customer’s height, weight, and body composition.
A custom-made suit requires these same
measurements, but also includes your shoulders,
arms, wrist, hips thighs and knees just to name a
few. From a fit perspective, next to Bespoke, a
custom-made suit gives you the best value.
Another key benefit to custom, is a virtually unlimited array of fabric and design options.
Whether it’s the type of lapel, the unique lining options, all the way to what color thread
you’d like, having a custom-made suit goes way beyond what you can get off the rack.