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1. Schedule An Appointment

Easy, right? All you have to do is select the date, time, and location that works best for you. We currently have two possible fitting locations, one in Tempe and one in Gilbert.


We ask for a little info up front (style preferences, typical issue areas with how suits fit, sizes, etc) so that we can come to our appointment prepared to give you the best advice when designing your custom suit.

Custom Suit Fitting Precise Body Measurements
Man getting sleeves altered on his custom suit

2. Measurement & Design

Before we get to designing your custom suit, we will create your suit pattern. This involves taking precise body measurements, combined with using our fitting suits to see what areas of the fit of the suit we need to pay special attention to. The benefit of using the fitting suits helps us assess things like fabric drape which you would never know with using body measurements only.

You don’t have to worry about knowing exactly what you want. Check out some of the custom suit details you can choose from. We will guide you through the whole process and be as involved as you want, whether that’s designing the whole suit for you, or just making suggestions here and there. Up to you.

Man looking at himself in mirror wearing a tailored suit

3. Final Fitting

It takes about 4-6 weeks after we submit your order for the finished custom suit to arrive. We will reach out and schedule a time for a final fitting. We usually nail the fit the first time around. However, sometimes there are minor tweaks that need to be made, so we will send them to a local tailor. We'll cover the cost.


Ps, we keep your final measurements on file, so when you order your next custom suit we can skip the measuring process. We also track what purchases you make so we can recommend custom suits and custom shirts that will add to your newly refined and stylish ward robe.

If you have any questions about our products or services, feel free to contact us at any time.

We look forward to your first fitting.

Craig Martineau


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