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Premium Suit Bespoke Tailors

1010 East Imperial Highway, Brea, CA 92821
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Business Description

For over a century, the family-owned Premium Suit Bespoke Tailors has been a trusted bespoke clothier in Brea. They use higher quality Merino wool sourced from England, Australia, and Italy to create tailor-made formal attire for every budget, occasion, and style. Highlighting the importance of family values in their work, they attentively focus on the needs of each customer, from measurements and design to multiple fittings. They have attired prominent figures such as Oscar De La Hoya and Barry Manilow.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you know you found a great tailor to create a suit? 

When choosing a tailor to work with, there are several things to consider. First and foremost, you'll should take the time to seek out recommendations of the tailor you're considering, and ask to see examples of their work. On top of that, a good tailor should appreciate and understand your style and treat you and your design ideas with respect.

What are some of the options available when getting a bespoke suit? 

When purchasing a bespoke suit, there are several design elements to consider beyond the fabric and color. These may include the cut, label style, vents, fasteners, and pockets. Men may also want to consider adding accessories, such as belts, cuff links, and ties, that coordinate with their bespoke suit.

How many fittings will be necessary before the custom piece of clothing is completed?

The number of required fittings varies depending on the tailor, but it's best to expect a minimum of two to three fittings. This includes a baste fitting, or trying on a garment that's been temporarily stitched together to determine fit, as well as a final fitting to try on the finished product.

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