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A Custom Experience

A good fit that enhances the body shape, choice of fabrics that place importance on comfort and a cut that is contemporary in style are some of the benefits of having a suit custom-made. With sufficient options catering to varying budgets, grooms-to-be are encouraged to take this route rather than purchase a suit off-the-rack.

Contrasting in pastel
Photo by The Cross Effects, courtesy of Vestio Bespoke

A dapper groom
Photo by Lover Of Mine, courtesy of Bespoked
In a tux
Photo by Cliff Choong Photography, courtesy of Wardrobe
An ode to tradition and culture
Photo by NWorks Photography, courtesy of Liang Yuan Enterprise

A few tips when discussing ideas :

  • The formality of your wedding.
  • The setting of your selected venue i.e. weather conditions, if it is air-conditioned and the like.
  • Consider if you would like to use the suit for business functions or for work after the wedding.
  • For those keen on dressing up in traditional wedding attire, these too can be custom-tailored. Alternatively, off-the-rack designs altered to size may also be possible, in particular for Chinese wedding attire.
In tails at the banquet
Photo by KC Chan Photography, courtesy of Bespoked
A vest and bow-tie for the proposal
Photo by The Cross Effects, courtesy of Vestio Bespoke
In traditional Chinese wedding attire
Photo by The Cross Effects, courtesy of Lady JC Wedding House

Apart from the groom, custom-tailors are offer services for the groomsmen as well as fathers and other family members of the bride and groom. These may include :

  • Shirts.
  • Trousers.
  • Accessories such as bow-ties, cummerbunds, ties, cravats and the like.
Take your pick of styles as inspiration
Photo courtesy of Wardrobe
More colour options
Photo courtesy of Wardrobe

Tip : Visit the custom tailors listed here.

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