What makes our shirts different from all the other brands out there

[Sewing]

In the off-the-rack production, they can cut several fabrics at the time, (sometimes even more than 100 sheets of fabrics). Then the fabrics would be brought into the sewing site, with the same specification, repeating the same work, and they can produce mass of shirts efficiently.

However, in the made-to-measure process, it doesn't work easily like that. The skilled craftsman would cut the fabric one by one according to the pattern, and customer’s size specifications. Of course, even with sewing process, according to the collar style, cuff style and each customer’s size specifications, it will take time and become an only-one shirt for each individual.

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Reviewing “Smart Casual” articles from some of the popular Men’s fashion bloggers

I am a real time Men’s wear sales person/fitter, for over 30 years. I would like to give you my point of view, dealt with real customers in Japan, in the US and I am still dealing here in Sydney Australia.

As I have dealt with men who could only afford to buy $500 suits or even cheaper, to men who don’t even look at the price tag, and buy $10,000 suits, they obviously have different value points.

I read some articles written by some Men’s fashion bloggers time to time, I sometimes think that some articles are sending out the information that could easily misinterpret by the audience, or these bloggers may know and study about Men’s wear but they are not in the industry after all.

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Discover the “Minimalist Method” for What to have in Men’s wardrobe