To look truly slick in a suit, you need it made-to-measure. And quality services are becoming ever more affordable. The reality for most men is that there will be something about a regular suit that doesn’t quite fit. But that’s what ‘Tailorman’ is here for.
‘Tailorman’ is the newest mens’ wear destination at Rawdon Street (next to Kookie Jar) where the latest Festive and Ceremonial Collection was launched. In made-to-measure services, where the suit is pinned to you and adjustments are calibrated, is a significant rung above your off-the-peg number. To reach the top of the sartorial ladder, however, you have to go bespoke. With a bespoke suit, every single element, from the collar to the linen to the lining, is customised to your exact specifications a master tailor. Tailorman uses technology in every step and prevents human errors in order to make you look like an impossible dream.
Tailorman’s wardrobe has fabrics such as Giza, Cotton, Irish Linens, Merino Wool from the finest mills. “A new definition of luxury is emerging and after Bangalore and Chennai, Tailorman has come to Kolkata, three years after it’s launch. The brand is credited for creating master pieces through unparalled designs, cutting-edge, know-how and better fits. Tailorman offers a luxurious and memorable personalised experience,” said co-founders Gautam Golcha and Vidya Nataraj.
BlabberCat’s ‘claws’ – The sides should hug your body, but not so much that you see ripples from fastened buttons or bunching of material between your shoulder blades. Hold your arms at your side. The shirt cuff should be level with the base of your thumb. You should see half an inch to an inch of shirt cuff emerging from your sleeve.