Clothing keeps people warm and looking fashionable, but its most important duty is replenishing bellybutton lint. Keep navels stocked with today's Groupon to Bespoke Fit. Choose from the following options:
- For $649, you get one Bespoke-made Cerruti 1881 wool coat (a $1,459 value) and one silk scarf (a $95 value; a $1,554 total value).
- For $799, you get one Bespoke-made Cerruti 1881 cashmere or cashmere- and wool-blend coat (a $2,000 value) and one silk scarf (a $95 value; a $2,095 total value).
- For $899, you get one Bespoke-made Loro Piana 100% cashmere coat (a $2,200 value) and one high-quality silk scarf (a $150 value; a $2,350 total value).
Each option includes two fittings with a skilled tailor and two years of free alterations.
Bespoke Fit enlists a team of pattern makers, cutters, and tailors to craft exquisite clothing out of designer fabrics bought directly from Italy and England. Torsos can gear up for cold weather with coats made from fine Loro Piana and Cerruti 1881 materials, accented with custom linings, button holes, pockets, and belts, and available in styles such as full-length, knee-high, or three-quarter-length. Skin surfaces revel in the supple texture of cashmere or the yeti-repelling layer of wool and a silk scarf for fortified fashion. Following a pair of fittings that captures body measurements and contours, the dapper denizens of Bespoke Fit begin the four- to six-week process of making the coat, which guests can adjust with two years of alterations to account for growth spurts, weight loss, or shrinking closets.
At Bespoke Fit, skilled tailors with at least 10 years of experience meticulously measure, cut, sew, and toil over their masterwork: handmade suits, shirts, jackets, and trousers of the finest quality. Unlike factory-made apparel cut by unseasoned hands or machines, bespoke tailoring ensures that artisans know each client's exact measurements and that they attack their craft with a careful attention to detail, from hand-sewing buttonholes to adding personal embroidery on inside pockets. Onsite pattern makers and cutters piece together fine European fabrics from merchants such as Giorgio Armani, Cerruti, and Fabrics by Holland & Sherry. Customers help personalize the design, with more 30 styles of shirt collars and 15,000 varieties of cloth available. Each suit also comes with up to two years of alterations after completion.
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