If you’ve been looking to get a new suit, it’s likely that a friend or colleague has recommended getting a suit ‘custom-made’ or ‘custom-tailored’.

When it comes to suits, you can either get something off-the-rack – a suit that’s ready-to-wear, or get a suit custom-made to fit you.

Why get a suit custom-made to fit you? Well, when it comes to suits, fit, comfort, and fabric are everything. When buying off-the-rack, you might like the fabric of a certain suit but not the design. Another suit might look pretty good but doesn’t feel great when you try it on. Fit is an entirely different story, because ready-to-wear clothes are made for the masses.

When it comes to custom-made suits, you choose the fabric, you choose the design of the suit, and the suit is made to fit your body – your tailor will measure you up and ask about how you feel, where you wear your trousers, etc. It’s all up to you, and that’s the beauty of getting a suit custom-made. Beyond that, you can also choose the buttons, the construction, the lining fabric, whether you want a lapel buttonhole or surgeon cuffs, or perhaps get your name monogrammed. How awesome is that?

The main concern people have about getting suits custom-made is the cost. It’s true that custom-made suits can cost thousands of dollars, but the fact is that they often don’t. At Mister Singh’s Fashion Gallery, we’ve been producing high-quality custom-made suits for ladies and gentlemen for decades. Our high number of satisfied clients from all around the world attests to the quality of our product and service.

So, what are you waiting for? Send us a message through the contact form below to get started. Getting your measurements is a simple process – we can either assist you in measuring a well-fitting garment you currently own via a virtual consultation or you can send us said garment, which will be promptly returned to you along with your new custom-tailored suit.

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