Users can sort by fabric, colour, pattern and price, displaying materials available for the creation of their suit. The configurator offers options for more than a dozen different fabrics, numerous colours and six patterns, including solids, stripes, plaid, houndstooth and more. There are more than 500 total combinations available, according to a press release by StudioSuits.
After choosing fabric, colour and pattern, users are able to continue customising their suit with virtually limitless options. Tailoring options span the jacket, pants and stitching, including button styles, lining material, pocket style, monogramming, stitching accents and dozens more. Customisation options are limitless.
Every option selected is displayed instantly by the suit configurator, allowing discernable shoppers to see exactly what their custom suit looks like. Options can be easily added and removed for quick personalisation. The final design can instantly be added to the shopper’s cart and purchased as-is, totally customised. StudioSuits will hand-tailor the suit based on the customers’ design and measurements, delivering a truly one-of-a-kind suit of the highest caliber.
“This is a really powerful tool that we’re proud to be able to offer our gentlemen shoppers,” said Harry Fashion, founder of StudioSuits. “It’s very easy to go in and design a suit using our customisation options, then see what that suit looks like as a double-breasted option or with peak lapels. It’s much easier and more convenient than looking through tailoring diagrams or buying off the rack and tailoring after.”
StudioSuits is part of a strong tradition of excellence, using only the very best fabrics and proven Italian tailoring techniques. Its parent company has been featured in Oprah magazine, InStyle, the Tampa Tribune and various other prominent publications. The company also offers an easy-to-use ordering system that allows customers to input their measurements and order quickly, and will ship items to anywhere in the world. (PC)
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