A classic outfit demands a shirt, it is obvious. But only a shirt handcrafted by a tailor is a noble complement to a refined image.

A bespoke shirt should be a reference point during the process of collecting measurements for a jacket. The cut of a shirt suggests the line of a jacket’s collar and lapels. The same applies to sleeves. So if a customer decides to order a jacket or a whole suit, it would be ideal to have a bespoke shirt first.


What is the difference between a custom-made shirt and a mass-produced one? Of course, you will immediately notice the high quality of handcrafting. You may also admire the subtlety of details – such as initials – which raise the product’s rank. And most importantly, a tailor-made shirt means a perfect fit. You can forget about a tight or protruding collar and other defects. Certainly, you will feel comfortable and look impeccable.


Shirting fabrics


Bespoke shirts should be made of world-class materials. I strongly recommend two-ply cotton, which is known for being twice as durable as single-ply fabrics, normally used in the clothing industry. Two-ply cotton fabric is made of double threads, which are not only strong but also pleasant for a hand and an eye. There are no better-looking and more practical fabrics for an elegant shirt.



A shirt adapted to individual features


Some elements of a shirt may have a major impact on the appearance of your face and the entire silhouette. The fashion of a collar is crucial. I always adjust its cut, height and width to the shape of customer’s face and neck. Everything to create a perfect look.


An arm’s length can also be visually corrected by adjusting the length of the shirt’ or jacket’s sleeve. The minor defects of the client’s figure can be, thanks to appropriate cuts, transformed into strengths.

Beautifully pleated sleeves, mother-of-pearl buttons, flat seams, fine stitches – these are other advantages of a tailor-made shirt. Is it not worth investing in a good image, high quality and comfort of use?