MADE TO MEASURE
A made-to-measure suit is much like a piece of art. It's complex, and the fitting process can a be a daunting experience, if done incorrectly. However, at Woven we like ensure the entire process is as effortless as possible and we guarantee a perfect fitting suit that is unique and made especially for you.
STEP 1 - MEASUREMENTS
At your first appointment, we will put the kettle on for you; before spending a bit of time discussing your fit preferences, taking measurements and recording your sizes and body figuration in our system so can make a pattern to your exact specifications, just for you.
STEP 2 - DESIGN
After we have taken your measurements, we then progress onto designing your garment. We'll discuss the style of garment you want us to make for you, and then move onto cloth, lining and button selection, don't worry we guide you through every step of the way.
Expert Tip - Bring any images of garment styles you like, this helps us gain a better understanding what you are looking for.
STEP 3 - CREATION
We'll then get to work creating your unique pattern so we can start preparing your garment. We typically aim to have your garment ready for a first fitting about 6 weeks later, however this all depends on the cloth availability, as some cloths are custom made and take a little longer.
STEP 4 - FITTING
At this stage your garment will be made up, but will be unfinished, it is really important to check everything fits perfectly before we finish it. We aim to have this completed within 4 weeks after your first fitting, depending on what needs to be done.
STEP 5 - DELIVERY
We recommend a final fitting with your shoes and shirt just to double check everything and ensure perfection. Your garment will be freshly pressed and carefully placed into one of our complimentary Woven suit covers.
Expert Tip - We recommend you keep this safe for future safe transportation of your garment. Feel free to return the garment to us if you would like us to press it again, free of charge
OUR BEST-SELLING FABRICS (MANY MORE AVAILABLE)
Founded in 1896, Dugdale Bros & Co has been making the finest cloth for the most eminent tailors. Henry Percy and Frederick Herbert Dugdale, the founders established their cloth merchants business in Huddersfield, the centre of Britain's fine worsted industry. Their ranges soon became favoured by the world's finest tailors and their reputation quickly spread worldwide.
Dugdale Brothers and Company Limited still remains and independent, family run firm to this day. With the company constantly adapting to keep their fabrics current and advanced however the designers still capture the spirit and heritage of weaving in Yorkshire. New ranges are added each year in order to keep the collections exclusive and allow the company to implement the latest fabric technologies.
HARRISONS OF EDINBURGH
Since 1863, Harrisons of Edinburgh have established themselves as specialists in Pure Cashmere suitings, jacketings and coatings. Founder Sir George Harrison began his career as an apprentice in an Edinburgh tailors and went on to own his own wool drapers, hatters and hosiers in 1838, 25 years later Harrisons of Edinburgh was formed.
All of the Harrisons Cashmere and suiting fabrics are woven in the United Kingdom, both in Scotland and Huddersfield, England. Harrisons are also well known for their Scottish Tweed collections which come under the Porter & Harding label. The company is still continuing to expand and is a fore-runner in the global tailoring industry.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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