Fabrics and Pricing from Fittall.

 

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The largest influence on pricing is the price of the fabric which in turn is determined by the quality of the thread type and it's thread count, and manufacturing processes while mostly the Cut, Make and Trim are standard prices (dependent on styling)  including custom made shirts.

 

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Generally fabric prices are as follows;

Thread type; i.e. Lambs wool, cashmere, silk, etc.

Thread count;

110-180 etc.

 

Therefore a two piece suit with a poor quality fabric manufactured in some obscure mill somewhere, might not cost as much as a two piece suit with a good quality fabric manufactured in the English Midlands or Italy because of the points as mentioned above.

But the pricing for Cut, Make and Trim will not differ much since the same amount of handling will apply, but this only applies to made to measure and as for bespoke that is entirely different.

Frequently asked questions for Fittall

(a) Fittall offers a wide selection of 100% Wool Suiting fabrics from Super 110's to Super 180's quality from many of Europe's Top Fabric Mills.

Amongst our range are Valentino(Marzotto) Cerruti 1881, Ariston Napoli, Dormeul, Vitale Barberis Canonica and Reda,

(b) Cashmere Wools is the ideal fabric for long luxurious coats, scarves etc. with pricing determined by the suppliers and distributors.

(c) Tweeds are perennial classics associated with tradition and quality, originating in Scotland in the 18th century.

Tweeds are rough, unfinished woolen fabrics with a soft, open and flexible texture, these are ideal for outerwear, is moisture resistant and durable.

It is used primarily for casual suits and overcoats with the most recognizable tweed patterns including herringbone, Prince of Wales checks, houndstooth and donegal and that most famous of all from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland the Harris Tweeds.

While silk blends are highly sort after for the manufacture of suits and formal wear it is also a desirable shirting.

(d) Shirting is mostly from Egyptian cotton being the finest cotton in the world, but other types from other countries are also available i.e. Viscose from India etc.

(e) Linens are mostly Irish with Brocades for evening wear.

(f) Silk is obtained from the cocoons of silkworms. It has Natural beauty, comfort in warm weather and warm during the colder months, pure silk offers luxurious softness and lustrous beauty.

It is an all climate fabric i.e. Warm and cozy in winter and comfortably cool in warmer climes while being highly absorbent letting the skin breath and absorbs perspiration.

It is also wrinkle and tear resistant and washes easily and dries quickly.

(g) Cotton and viscose are both 100% natural fabrics. They are soft, breathable and moisture-absorbent.

(h) A wide range of imported stretch and non-stretch denims, cotton twills and stretch cottons are also available. Perfect for looking smart yet casual!.

(i) People should strongly consider lining their garments with fabric made of acetate.

Such garments have a higher moisture absorption capacity than similar products made from Polyester.

Garments lined with acetate have the ability to breathe, are very soft and body conforming-

All of which makes them far more comfortable than similar garments lined with Polyester.

More about acetate linings

 

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