Tai­lor talk

Cut­ting terms ex­plained

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A tem­plate model used for cut­ting gar­ments.


A suit made to the client’s spec­i­fi­ca­tions with the pat­tern made specif­i­cally for the client. Made-to-mea­sure A gar­ment made to a client’s in­di­vid­ual re­quire­ments but not from a pat­tern made specif­i­cally for the client.


The cut­ter is the ar­chi­tect of the suit. They mea­sure the client and takes into ac­count the de­tails of their physique. Once they get the mea­sure­ments, they cre­ate the suit pat­tern based on the client’s unique shape. Then the ma­te­rial is or­dered and the cut­ter takes the pat­tern pieces and cuts them out of the cloth be­fore pass­ing them on to the tai­lor.


The tai­lor is the builder of the gar­ment. Once they re­ceive the cut cloth, they sew the suit to­gether and make any nec­es­sary ad­just­ments.


The per­son in charge of the tai­lor­ing brand.

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