Clothes make the man, or make a stack of dogs appear to be the man. Embrace man’s best trends with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $499 for a custom-made suit and custom-made shirt (a $1,029 value)
- $50 for a men’s custom-made shirt (a $130 value)
- $65 for a women’s custom-made shirt (a $165 value)<p>
At scheduled appointments, clients rendezvous with tailors to measure limbs and discuss design preferences such as color, style of cut, and fabric type. The skillful clothiers then craft suits and shirts precisely fitted to the wearer’s body type, gait, and style. View the company’s portfolio of custom-made attire here.<p>
Taking its very name from an old industry term for crafting clothing exactly to clients' specifications, C Bespoke conjures handsome custom suits, shirts, blouses, and skirts sewn to fit each buyer’s unique measurements. At each of its eight locations, skilled tailors with decades of collective experience help clients personalize each step of their new wardrobe, from the selection of the cloth to the stitching of old nicknames from summer camp onto the lapel. C Bespoke cultivates strong relationships with companies throughout England, Italy, South America, and the United States, drawing in luxurious fabrics from around the world from brands such as Ermenegildo Zagna, Loro Piana, and Thomas Fisher. Stylish gents fill out custom-made suits that compose dapper silhouettes, whereas women don pantsuits, skirts, and blouses that flatter frames. In addition to creating brand-new wearables from fine materials, the talented tailors alter coats, slacks, shirts, and overcoats from a range of top labels.
“Great customer care!!!”
“Great deal, reasonable at full price”
“I'm glad that you e-mailed me saying my shirts would be later than expected. I was beginning to wonder. Although, I was appreciate a response when I further the...”
“I'm glad that you e-mailed me saying my shirts would be later than expected. I was beginning to wonder. Although, I was appreciate a response when I further the e-mail conversation as to when my cloths would be ready. A response saying not sure yet or I don't know is still fine because I know that you read and understood my e-mail.”