Michigan Light Blue Custom Made Suits

$159.00

We’ll create For you a Custom Made suit, Designed by you, You’ll personalize your suit as you would like lapel size, Jacket Button , Number of vents, Comfort and fit
Select Your Suit Lining
Budget (Polyester)-1
Budget (Polyester)-2
Budget (Polyester)-3
Budget (Polyester)-4
Budget (Polyester)-5
Budget (Polyester)-6
Budget (Polyester)-7
Budget Lining (Polyester)-8
Budget (Polyester)-9
Budget (Polyester)-10
Budget (Polyester)-11
Budget (Polyester)-12
Budget (Polyester)-13
Budget (Polyester)-14
Budget (Polyester)-15
Silk Premium Lining (Extras 15$)
Premium (Silk)-1 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-2 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-3 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-4 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-5 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-6 (+$15.00)
Premium Lining (Silk)-7 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-8 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-9 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-10 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-11 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-12 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-13 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-14 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-15 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-16 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-17 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-18 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-19 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-20 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-21 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-22 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-23 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-24 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-25 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-26 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-27 (+$15.00)
Premium(Silk)-28 (+$15.00)
Premium (Silk)-29 (+$15.00)
Single Button Suit
Two Button Suit
Three Button Suit
Four Button Suit
Single Button Double Breasted Suit One Button Show
Single Button Double Breasted Suit Two Button Show
Two Button Double Breasted Suit
Two Button Double Breasted Suit One Button Show
Nehru 4 button Suit
Nehru 3 Button Suit
Single Button Tuxedo
Two Button Tuxedo
Three Button Tuxedo
Four Button Tuxedo
Double Breasted Tuxedo Single Button Closure
Double Breasted Tuxedo Single Button Closure two button show
Double Breasted Tuxedo Two Button Closure
Double Breasted Tuxedo Two Button Closure single button Show
Shawl Lapel Single Button Tuxedo
Shawl Lapel Two Button Tuxedo
Shawl Lapel Double Breasted Tuxedo
Optional Extras
If you have doubts about the accuracy of your sleeve length, it’s recommended that you get nonworking/nonfunctional cuffs for easy alteration
The detail on the edges of the lapel is created through hand stitching (in a color of your choice) along the edges
Jacket Inside piping is located in the inside of the jacket and acts as a decorative barrier between the suit lining and the jacket fabric. Without piping jacket looks cheap.
It is nice extra feature for your jacket.
The following features come as standard
• Full Interior Polyester Lining
• Outside Right and Left Pockets
• Outside Left Top Pocket
• Outside Left Lapel Button Hole
• Inside Left and Right Pockets
• Inside Ticket Pocket
• Trousers front interior lining to the knee
DESIGN YOUR JACKET
Notch Lapel
Peak Lapel
Shawl Lapel
Nehru Lapel
Slim
Standard
Wide
No Button
1 Button
3 Button
4 Button
3 Kissing Button
4 Kissing Button
Single
Double
No
No Pocket
Patch Pocket
Straight Pocket
Slanted Pocket
Design Your Trousers
No Pocket
Cross pocket
Round Pocket
Horizontal Pocket
Vertical Pocket
Jetted Pocket
Plain Front
Single Pleat (+$10.00)
Double Pleat (+$10.00)
No Pocket
Single Pocket
Double Pocket (+$20.00)
No Loop
Loops
Double Loops
Flat
Turnups (+$20.00)
Unfinished
Design Your Tuxedo (Additional Charge 15 USD)
Special Discount Offer
Get an extra Pair of Trousers/Pants for the reduced price of 60 $ and waistcoat / vest 60$
Design Your Waistcoat
If You don’t want waistcoat Click No waistcoat design. Your waistcoat and jacket lining will be same color.
Waistcoat Design
Single Breasted 3 Button
Single Breasted 4 Button
Single Breasted 5 Button
Single Breasted 6 Button
Double Breasted 4 Button
Double Breasted 6 Button
Double Breasted 8 Button
Double Breasted 10 Button
No Lapels
Notch Lapels
Peak Lapels
No pocket
2 pockets
3 pockets
Square
Pointed
Waistcoat Length
What to wear: Shirt
How to Measure: Measure starting from next to the collar of your shirt, where the seam is on your shoulder, run the tape in a straight line down the front to the bottom of your trousers waistband. Add about 3 inches or 7 centimeters toss this measurement.
The measurement you enter here will be the front length of your finished waistcoat.
Select Your Measurement
Please help us create the perfect fit for you, by reading the instructions carefully and giving us the correct measurements. Please make sure you provide us with the correct measurements, it is extremely important!
For the first time customer, who is not sure of self-measurements, we would suggest you to send us a sample of your favorite outfit, so we can copy the existing measurements, with alterations, if required, and we will mail it back to you with your order.
What will you need?
1. A fabric measuring tape. Please avoid string or metallic measuring tape.
2. Assistance from another person, as it can be very difficult to take accurate measurements yourself alone with the necessary accuracy
When taking measurements:
1. Always take the true measurement. Never pull the measuring tape too tight, or give it too much ease.
2. All measurements should be made to nearest ½ inch.
3. When taking the measurements stand upright, don't slouch or bend over to read the inches as this won't give you a true measurement.
4. Please provide us your actual measurements and don't just mention off-the-rack sizes that you wear. A custom tailored item is designed to fit your unique specifications, rather than the rough-and-ready approximations and averages used in off-the-rack clothing.
The key to keeping this process short and simple is to not think about it too much – don’t fret over ¼ of an inch – all the measurements will be scrutinised by our Master Tailor and we will get back to you if something seems out of the ordinary.
Jacket
In order to get the type of fit that you like, we would ask you to indicate your preferred fit style below. Our tailors would then add the appropriate allowances to improve the fit of the finished jacket.
1. The classic fit Suits we will adds 3-4 inches of fullness to chest, waist and hip measures (for e.g. if your actual chest measurement is 42 inches then choosing the classic fit suits we will give a chest of 45-46 inches for the finished suit jacket).
2. Slim fit suits we will adds this allowance to 2-3 inches.
3. The extra full option suits we will adds it to 5-6 inches.
Jacket Length
What to wear: Shirt (Not Jacket)
How to Measure: Measure vertically down your front, from next to the collar on your shirt, where the seam is on your shoulder, to the point level with your thumb knuckle (adopt an upright position with both arms on your sides). Should you require a longer/shorter jacket please measure accordingly.
You can also use a jacket you like as a guide
This measurement helps us determine your jacket length, but is not the only factor we consider. We also look at your height, and the type of jacket we are tailoring for you.
Chest
What to Wear: Shirt (Not Jacket)we need your exact body measurement
How to Measure: Measure around your chest at its widest point, roughly at the level of the nipples. Ensure the measuring tape passes underneath your armpits and over your shoulder blades at the back. Don't keep the measuring tape to be higher in the front or back, it must be level all the way around and should be snug, not pulling tightly, and not loose.
This measurement is a body measurement and there will be an allowance added to it to make your jacket, the allowance will be added according to the fit that you chose.
Important Note: Due to the extra material & workmanship costs involved, we charge an extra amount for any suit with a chest size greater than 43 inches. If applicable, additional charges will add $15
Stomach
What to Wear: Shirt (Not Jacket)we need your exact body measurement
How to Measure: Measure around your waist roughly at the level of your navel or right below your bottom ribs, whichever is larger. As a guide this measurement should be where you are widest. Don't keep the measuring tape to be higher in the front or back, it must be level all the way around and don't breathe in!
This measurement is a body measurement and there will be an allowance added to it to make your jacket, the allowance will be added according to the fit that you chose.
Seat/Hips
What to Wear: Trousers (Not Jeans)we need your exact body measurement
How to Measure: Measure around your hips and buttocks at their widest point. Make sure you don't have anything in your pockets; otherwise you may get a measurement which is too large.
Shoulder
What to Wear: Shirt
How to Measure:
1. Stand from the back and visualize where the end of the shoulder is.
2. The end of the shoulder is a knobby area where the vertical plane of the arm intersects the horizontal plane of the shoulder.
3. Measure from the left end of the shoulder to the right end of the shoulder.
4. Ensure you take the curved contour over the top of the shoulders as shown.
This is the measurement we see taken wrong most often – to check this measurement wear your best fitting jacket and take this measurement again (from shoulder end to shoulder end)– now look at both - your jacket measurement should be the same to ½ inch larger. If it’s not, ask yourself is this jacket too large or too small, and from this you can now more accurately determine your shoulder size.
Sleeve Length
What to Wear: Shirt
How to Measure: The sleeve measurement should be taken from exactly the same point you used earlier for the "Shoulder" measurement. (Tip: Place a safety pin where you determined the shoulder points to be on measurement above) Do NOT bend your arm and measure to a point at the wrist where you want the sleeve to end. Sleeve length is a personal choice, though recommended to end at the wrist joint so that shirt cuffs can show.
If you are unsure take the measurement from an existing suit jacket. Take the measurement from the tip of the sleeve to the cuff edge.
Bicep
What to Wear: Shirt
How to Measure: Measure around the fullest part of the bicep with the arms by your side. Please note there is no need to flex, unless you are a body builder.
Wrist
What to Wear: Shirt
How to Measure: Measure around the fullest part of the wrist.
Neck
What to Wear: Shirt
How to Measure: Measure around your neck at the height where your collar, if buttoned, would be This measurement should be taken along the lower section of the neck, below your Adams Apple and above your Sternal Notch.The tape should be comfortably touching the skin, with enough room so that you do not feel restrict.
Well done! That’s the jacket finished, now onto the trousers.
Trousers
In order to get the type of fit that you like, we would ask you to indicate your preferred fit style below. Our tailors would then add the appropriate allowances to improve the fit of the finished trousers.
Classic fit trousers typically sit at your natural waist. It is eased through the seat, hips and thigh giving it about 1 1/2-inch more room than the Straight Fit. The slightly tapered leg is finished with a 18-19-inch leg opening.
Straight cut trousers typically sit at your natural waist and are slim through the seat and thighs, a fit that is not too loose, not too tight and finished with a leg opening of 17-18-inches.
Slim fit trousers typically sit slightly below the waist and have a short rise. It cut slim through the seat, thigh, and leg shape to fit close to the body. This very modern fit is finished off with a leg opening of 15-16-inches.
Boot cut trousers often sit at your natural waist or just below it. From the knee to the ankle, these trousers become slightly wider or “flare” out and finished with a leg opening of 19-20-inches.
Trousers Length (Outside Leg
What to Wear: Trousers (Not Jeans)
How to Measure: Measure from the top of the waistband on a pair of well-fitting trousers, along side of the body, to where you wish the bottom of the trousers lie. This length should allow the bottom of the trousers to rest on the shoe without touching the floor. Make sure the tape is tight, that you are standing straight, and then measure. Alternatively, if you already have a pair of well-fitting trousers, you can provide the outside leg measurement of those.
Please note this is NOT inseam length.
Trousers Waist
What to Wear: Trousers (Not Jeans)
How to Measure: Lower trousers down 1 inch without unfastening the trousers. Measure all the way around your waistline, not on but just above the waistband. Make sure the tape measure stays horizontal. Make sure the measuring tape does not ride over the waistband of your trousers, as this will result in too large a measurement. Don't be alarmed if this measurement seems larger than expected; off-the-shelf/ready to wear trousers are normally labelled as being smaller than what they really are.
Trousers Seat/Hips
What to Wear: Trousers (Not Jeans)
How to Measure: Measure around your hips and buttocks at their widest point. Make sure you don't have anything in your pockets; otherwise you may get a measurement which is too large.
U Crotch
Measure From: Trousers (Not Jeans)
How to Measure: Measure from the top of the trouser waistband at the front, between your legs, to top of the waistband at the back. Make sure not to take this measurement too tight.
Thigh
Measure From: Trousers (Not Jeans)
How to Measure: Measure from the top of the trouser waistband at the front, between your legs, to top of the waistband at the back. Make sure not to take this measurement too tight.
Knee
What to Wear: Trousers
How to Measure: Measure around your knee at its widest point. Make sure your leg is straight to avoid distorting the measurement.
Bottom
Measure From: Trousers (Not Jeans)
How to Measure: Measure from one side to the other side. Be sure to pull any folds or looseness from both front and back.
General Physical Information
Regular
Slim
Fit
Athletic
Hefty
Flat stomach
Slight stomach
Medium stomach
Large stomach
Hefty
Regular
Sloped
Square
Normal
Erect
Hunched
WHERE DO YOU WEAR YOUR TROUSERS
Slightly High Waist
Low Waist
Normal
On Navel
Very High Waist
Very Low On Hips
Slightly High Waist
Low Waist
Normal
On Navel
Very High Waist
Very Low On Hips
What will you need?
1. A fabric measuring tape. Please avoid string or metallic measuring tape.
2. A best fitting suit.
When taking measurements:
1. Always take the true measurement. Never ever! pull the measuring tape tight or give any ease
The key to keeping this process short and simple is do not think about it too much – don’t fret over ¼ of an inch – all the measurements will be scrutinized by our Master Tailor and he will get back to you if something is out of the ordinary. Just be consistent in how you measure - Ideally, taking a few sets of measurements for those who are novices at this is the best thing to do.
How to Measure Jacket Length: Measure from just next to the collar, where the seam is on the shoulder, to the bottom hem.
The measurement you enter here will be the length of your finished Jacket Length
How to Measure Jacket Chest: Measure with the Jacket facing up, smoothed out, and buttoned, measure from under the armhole edge on the left, across the chest to under the right armhole edge on the right.
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket chest.
How to Measure Jacket Stomach: At the waistline of the Jacket, measure from the left edge across to the right edge
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket Stomach
How to Measure Jacket Bottom: At Jacket bottom, measure from the left edge across to the right edge.
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket Bottom
How to Measure Jacket Shoulder: Place Jacket down so the back is facing you, smoothed out. Place tape measure at the seam of the left shoulder and measure across to the seam of the right shoulder.
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket shoulder.
How to Measure Sleeve Length: Measure from the shoulder seam along the upper edge of the sleeve to the end of sleeve
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket Sleeve Length
How to Measure Bicep: Measure from the upper edge of the sleeve/shoulder, down to the lower seam where the sleeve meets the body.
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket Bicp
How to Measure Wrist: measure from the left across to the right
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Jacket Wrist
Trousers Measurement
How to measure trousers / pants Outside Length : Measure from Top Of Your Pants Waistband to End of Your Pants Bottom
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Trousers / Pants Outside Length
How to measure trousers / pants waist: Measure from the left across to the right
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished Trousers / Pants Waist
How to Measure trousers / Pants hips: Measure your trousers hips widest point. Measure from the left across to the right
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished trousers / pants hips
How to Measure trousers / pants Inseam: Measure From Crotch joint Point To End Of Trousers Bottom:
How to Measure trousers / pants crotch:
How to Measure trousers / pants knee: measure from the left across to the right.
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished trousers / pants Knee
How to Measure trousers / pants Bottom, Hem: measure from the left across to the right.
The measurement you enter here will be the measurement of your finished trousers / pants Hem
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Bespoke Suit Custom Made to Measure

Color : Light Blue Suits

Pattern : Solid Light Blue

Fabric : Merino Wool Fabric

Weight : Medium Weight

Super Count : 120s

Customized your Suit: Full Canvas Suit, Felt collar Jacket, Suits Functional Button Cuffs Monogram, Suit Lapel Hand Stitching, Jacket Contrasting Inside Piping, Jacket Felt Collar Jacket Outside Ticket Pocket, Suit Contrasting Piping, Pants Adjustable Side Tabs, Pants Buttons For Braces, Brass Button Jacket, Natural Horn Button Suit, Full Canvas Suit, Contrasting Button Hole Suit, Suit Signature Lapel Hole Here’s some suit science for you: the width of a thread from the Michigan Light Blue Custom Made Suits that of a person’s hair. meaning superior drape, softness, and luxury for you. contribute some subtle, form-flattering vertical stripes-and you’ve yourself a suit that’s out of Bespoke Suit Custom Made to Measure

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