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Most men have more tailored shirts in their wardrobe than any other garment. Worn year-round, both casually and in more formal settings, the tailored shirt is a staple – the raw foundation of any outfit. For this reason, fit is extremely important. Both in terms of style as well as your personal comfort. With hundreds of fabrics and countless customisation options available to choose from at our Singapore showroom, we can take the hassle and stress out of finding the perfect shirt by helping you to create your very own.
Trust us when we say our expert tailors know exactly how a shirt should fit. The shoulder seam should be in line with the end of the shoulder bone, the pivotal point of the shoulder. This ensures that the shirt sleeve moves perfectly with the arm, without pulling the shirt out of the trousers. The cuff should end just above the palm, so that the sleeve falls nice and straight without excess fabric collecting around the wrist.The cuff should also sit snugly – but comfortably – around the wrist, so that the wearer shows the right amount of cuff (1-2 cm) under his jacket. The optimal shirt length ensures that the shirt stays tucked in throughout the entire day, without leaving excessive fabric bulging up inside the trousers. The Tailor-Made Shirt is something that most men wear everyday without fail. With so many people wearing the same thing, make yours stand out. Not only will your shirt be made-to-measure to your exact body measurements and specifications, but you can also personalise your garment to taste. We have hundreds of quality fabrics to choose from when opting for tailored shirts Singapore: from unique and rich monochromatic tones, to either classic or more on-trend patterns. We can even help you design a shirt with contrasting fabrics inside the collar and the cuffs. In fact, you can customise your shirt right down to the smallest details: choosing from numerous different collar, button, placket, and cuff options. Everyone has battled with “shirt fat” (excess fabric that bulges over the belt), sleeves that are either uncomfortably long or too short, and ill-fitting and bothersome cuffs. But even a basic fit is compromised when you opt to buy off-the-rack. Because the fit of an off-the-peg shirt is based mostly on the collar size, shorter men with a robust stature end up with a shirt body that is too wide and long, whereas tall slim men end up with shirts that are too short in the body. Instead of buying a shirt made to fit some arbitrary “average” man, get your shirt made to fit you, regardless of your height, weight, or proportions. Why Choose Edit Suits for Your Tailored Shirt Based in both London and Singapore, we have the expertise and tools to turn your tailored shirts into something more than just your everyday uniform. By combining our extensive knowledge and expertise with such a wide range of customisation options, together we can create something that perfectly fits both you and your personal taste. Simply book your personal appointment and visit our Singapore showroom on 35 Duxton Road to get all your shirting needs taken care of.Read moreless
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