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Suit made by Suit & Me custom Tailors ( Suit & Me ) have all the Hallmark qualitys needed for a good tailor made suits.

Points to Determine a Custom Tailor made Suit Quality

Determining the quality of a suit can be tricky even for seasoned suit-wearers. Many details are easily overlooked during a fitting or even on a finished garment.

Whether you are having your suit made at Suit & Me or elsewhere, check this Quality. Checklist can help you to ensure that the suit you are buying is truly top-quality.

Arm Holes

The fit of the suit around the arm holes is determined by the skill employed during the Cutting of the fabrics. The fabric around the armpits should fit your form and not be baggy

Symmetry and Alignment

The left-right proportions of the suit should be equal. Check to be sure that central seams and features are truly centered.

Alignment of fabric panels is often difficult to achieve. In particular, check the tops of the shoulders, pocket flaps, and other seams to ensure that stripes or patterns are not misaligned

Button Holes

At the cuff should be four real button holes. Ready made suits often feature false button holes and do not have this real button holes as their placement will vary from individual to individual


Buttons should be made of real animal horns, not plastic.


During your fitting be sure to check out the backing that lines the chest and lapels. The best quality backing will canvas made from a combination of linen or wool with horse or camel hair. Without the right backing the shape of your suit will not last and may not look right at all.


During your fitting you should have the chance to determine the exact placement of the waistline button (the top button on a 2-button suit or the middle button on a 3-button suit). The placement of other elements such as the pocket flaps and breast pocket are determined using the waistline button as a central point. So the overall proportions of the suit depend on the correct placement of this vital piece.


The inner lining of the suit should be made of Rayon, not silk or polyester. Some rayons are made from cotton, corn, or even bamboo. At Suit & Me custom Tailors we primarily use high quality Binba which is made from the outer husks of the cotton plant.


Be sure that your lapels have been hand-stitched by looking at the underside for tiny needle marks. This will ensure that your lapel holds and maintains is roundness and shape.


Make sure that your suit is not too baggy.The length of the sleeves should be just right. Be sure to raise and move your arms when checking this point. The sleeve length should remain correct in every position. Your suit should be fitted to your waist. Above all, when you wear your suit, you should feel comfortable. No part should pull or feel tight when you move.

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