To create your own designer-quality, made-to-measure suit, start by selecting your profile below. Then, feel free to continue in any order you like—just click on the tab you want (jacket, pants, etc). When you have made all the required selections in that section, a check mark will appear on the tab. To review your choices or check out, click “View Full Summary” in the upper right corner.

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This traditional measurement profile offers customers the most versatility. Dress it up for serious business or dress it down for a casual but elegant after hour look.


Trim Classic

This measurement profile is cut slimmer overall and hangs closer to the body. It makes a more fashion forward statement, but remains appropriate for all occasions.


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Tips for Classic vs. Trim Classic

Body Type Tip: Larger Chest or Waist
  • Classic Cut is generally used for men with a larger chest or waist, or those who prefer a more relaxed fit. Remember, a “classic cut” doesn’t mean you can’t have a trim silhouette fit closer to the body, it’s generally a term used to describe a body type.
Body Type Tip: Slimmer Frame
  • Trim Classic is cut much slimmer and is most appropriate for slimmer guys who want to accentuate their frame. Keep in mind, a slim suit should be slim with clean lines, avoid suits that are too tight and create pulling when buttoned.
Trend Tip
  • The trend right now is definitely a slimmer, shorter suit but when it comes to fit, do not follow the trend. You want to make sure you are getting a suit that is proportioned to your body type. Nothing looks better than a suit that is tailored to your shape.