Bespoke


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Tailor-Made To Perfection

Increasingly, more people seek out exclusivity and comfort and swear by a personalized suit, a suit or coat completely bespoke, specifically tailored to their body, their taste and personality.

Bespoke produces the best garment for fit, quality and durability. It gives you the physical comfort and confidence that you are wearing something that has been crafted just for you.

Once you have experienced the indulgence of bespoke clothing, you will never choose a ready-to-wear garment again.

At Breeze Designers, our expertise is driven by nearly 40 years of experience in the craft of bespoke tailoring coupled with our endless selection of color and fabric choices and solid understanding of the customer’s needs.

In order to create an immaculate bespoke suit, we employ a team of experts:

  1. The Cutter: Responsible for taking the measurements, drafting the pattern, cutting the fabric, fitting the garments and overseeing the whole process.
  2. The Coat Maker: Responsible for making the jacket. He receives a bundle of cloth from the cutter and takes the garment to the baste stage and to all subsequent fitting stages. Aside from the cutter, the coat maker is the most important person working on the suit.
  3. The Waistcoat Maker: Performs the same tasks as the coat maker only with the vest.
  4. The Trouser Maker: Performs the same tasks as the coat maker only with the trousers.
  5. The Finishers: Responsible for felling (hand-stitching) all linings and edges.
  6. Specialist Presser: Pressing is a crucial and underrated part of the process. The coat is expertly pressed by hand in stages to allow certain parts of the coat to dry.
  7. The Bespoke Tailors: Responsible for any fine-tuning at the final fitting stage. They will also alter or refurbish any old garments if a client loses weight over time.