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Everyone first preference is custom made suits as it is easy to grab but some people have adjustment problem so they go for be spoke. Especially elite class and designer prefer to wear bespoke, it means speak for your own self.
The made to measure is such clothing which is accessible for everyone, it was designed decade ago, and men go and get what they want. On the other hand men go and wear sample of jackets and trouser and get them stitched according to their own body type. You have a wide range of variety when it comes to be bespoke.
An actual bespoke suit is made up with lot of effort, it starts from client’s measurement, tailor goes and sees the client personally, and it gets ready almost in 6 months. In the 6 month time period clients try the suit several times and the suit is not handed over to you unless the tailor and client both are not satisfied.
When we talk about the made to measure, the clients go to the store and chose the best for him and he try to fit in the suit. The suit is made in the factory with hundreds of other suits, after than it is designed with a panel of designers, everything is been noticed such as the pockets, the buttons and collar. The suit is been sent to the store in 8 to 9 weeks and small fitting issues are done by the store tailor.
In made to measure suit, the machines are all operated by system and sometimes they are computerized so the stitches are very neat but when it comes to be spoke or custom made suit it all depends on how good the tailor is and how neatly he is doing the work. Always remember that the custom made suits are more comfortable.
The price of both matters a lot when you are going to choose the custom made and made to measure. Usually gentleman prefers wearing custom wear suit rather than other because there is less chance of some mistake and the price of made to measure is more reasonable.
In the bespoke or custom made suits the fabric and the style option not much rather than in made to measure you have all the options open. In the made to measure clothing you can get your own choice of style such as lining and buttons.
The custom made suit and made to measure suits are expensive because of the fact that labor is expensive and the cost also depend on the fabric. The bespoke suits are your life time investment and on the other hand the made to measure suits are not long lasting.
The custom made suits becomes very common after some time, everyone is wearing the same design but the quality of bespoke suit is that only you are wearing it, it is exclusive in its own way.
The very valid point in bespoke suit is that the cost depends on the quality and quality always shows your taste and reflects your personality. Bespoke suits are usually thrice more than custom made suits. Made to measure are mass produced so hence, at some level they neglect some things such as design and cuts as everyone has different taste.
After all this differences made to measure and bespoke suits both now caters to different class of the society.
Not all shoes are not of the same type. You can’t take care of a canvas sneaker the same way you would take care of a leather brogue. But each kind of shoe needs proper care and protection. You need to put some time and effort into the fabric and the soles, and they’ll bear whatever damage you can inflict on it. Here’s how to keep your shoes looking their very best.
Polish Leather Often:
You’ve invested money on your new shoes. It’s important that you make sure they look good. So as soon as you take them out of the box, polish them. Polish them each time you put them on so they always look their best.
Protect and Brush Suede:
If you’re buying suede boots, purchase a protective suede spray along with them that resists water, salt and mud so they won’t be damaged by the rudiments. You should also commit to a good suede eraser and brush for maintenance. First, use your eraser to target stains. Then, follow up with the brush to bring the nap of the suede back to its original state.
Save the Sunday Paper:
Save your shoes from permanent damage from rainfall by drying them as soon as you get home. Stuff your shoes with newspaper to soak up the moisture, and place them in well ventilated area as you wait for them to dry. Whatever you do, don’t pick up the hair dryer or place them near a heater, which will damage and make the leather cracked and brittle.
Drop the Sponge:
Often a sponge tip applicator attached to your favorite shoe polish can contain silicone, a material for your shoes. Instead, keep a shoe-care kit with essentials like polish and a natural hair brush. It is recommended not to use sponge on your shoes too often.
Roughen up your Boots:
Don’t put your boots through the ringer just to get that rugged, worn-in look. You can still get the same effect after protecting the leather. Use a leather balm and neutral cream, but avoid buffing them to a shine. Just watch the soles.
Embrace the Elements:
Polishing your boat shoes isn’t a crucial requirement. Let them live through the elements because they’re intended to be salt-washed and faded. While there are conflicting opinions, we agree with the advice that Boat shoes look really cool when you can tell they have been used
Invest in Quality Polish:
Ignore your urge to take the bargain route. Yes, you need shoe polish and not the sneaker scuff cleaner from the local drugstore? Although they may save you several bucks, they don’t actually remove scuffs. Instead, they layer on a white paste that appears chalky when dry. So stick to white shoe polish.
Hand Wash Your Canvas:
The best way to clean your canvas sneakers is by hand with fabric shampoo and water, and not in the washing machine. Even on a gentle sequence, the sole of your shoes can break down and in turn will look more worn out.