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Draft Suits

The process of making a custom suit for an NFL draft prospect typically involves several very detailed steps. Here is a general overview of the process:

Initial consultation: The first step is an initial consultation with our client to discuss their style preferences, body measurements, and any special requests or requirements they may have.

Fabric selection: The next step is to select the fabric for the suit. Fabric preferences such as color, comfort & durability are all factors considered when choosing a fabric. For example, team color is often a consideration.

Measurement and fitting: The client will then be measured to ensure a perfect fit. We take precise measurements of the client's body to ensure that the suit fits perfectly. Multiple fittings may be necessary to make adjustments and ensure a perfect fit.

Custom design: We then work with our client to design a custom suit that meets their style preferences and is tailored to their body shape. The design process involves selecting the appropriate lapel style, buttons, pockets, and other suiting details.

Construction: Once the design has been finalized, the construction of the suit begins. This involves cutting the fabric, sewing the pieces together, and adding any necessary linings or reinforcements. We make sure our tailors pay close attention to detail to ensure that the suit is of the highest quality and meets not only our standards but the client's preferences.

Final fitting: The final step is a final fitting to ensure that the suit fits perfectly and meets the client's expectations. Any final adjustments will be made at this time to ensure that the suit fits like a glove.

Overall, the process of making a custom suit for an NFL draft prospect is a highly detailed and personalized process that requires skilled craftsmanship and attention to detail. The end result is a high-quality suit that is tailored to the client's body and meets their individual style preferences.

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