Production of a man’s suit, however, can require more than 100 steps. But modern technology has introduced automation, which means traditionally handwork oriented. Hand tailoring can be found in only the most expensive suites.
Production Flow chart of Men’s Suits Manufacturing Process :
Fuse or hand-stitch interfacing and jump-baste chest pieces and bridal tape on lapel crease for support.
Press, line, and stitch on pockets.
Join the main pieces together.
Set in linings by machine or, in the case of an unlined jacket, bind seam edges.
Sew buttons and buttonholes.
Man’s suit used for semi-formal or formal wear. It may be seen from a wide variety of colors and fabrics; increasingly, brighter colors and unconventional designs are pervasive in tuxedo styling. Nevertheless, most are produced in black. While men’s suit is available for purchase, most men rent these fancy suits for special occasions since they are infrequently worn and seen as an unwise investment.
Men’s suits often include satin on the lapels that are attached to the collars. Men’s suits, essentially, a ready-to-wear garment made in specific, standard sizes. They may be purchased or rented from an apparel store at a moment’s notice. Custom or couture tuxedos are available through a personal tailor and are made to fit the wearer to his specifications. A men’s suit is constructed just as a man’s tailored, the pattern-graded ready-to-wear suit would be produced except the fabric is a bit dressier, the lapel includes satin and a decorative stripe is sewn onto the trousers. Companies that make men’s suits may also be involved in suit production.
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