Finding a suit for a same sex wedding ceremony can be tough.
If you have even a bit of a sense of style, the search for a suit to get married in won’t be easy.
But we make men’s suits in every style and make suits for grooms all over the world through our shop, Denver Bespoke. This means that we have access to the world’s best suiting fabrics and have developed techniques for getting the best fit and inner construction on a suit.
We can work with you to develop a suit that looks exactly right and hits just the right note, whether you are looking for something quite masculine that has a shape that fits, or something with more feminine touches.
We can make an old Hollywood tuxedo, a ladies rockabilly suit, or something classic and tweedy. Check out our men’s site for more inspiration; anything that you see there can easily be translated into a women’s suit.
All of our wedding suits are also “muslin fit”. This unique technique guarantees the best fit possible.
First we send you a measuring tape, so that you can take some simple measurements.
We estimate that this will take you about 15-20 minutes to do. Next we make a “rough draft” of the suit from cotton muslin fabric and send that to you for fitting.
You send us back a few photos of you wearing the muslin and feedback on what parts of the fit need work. You can also give us feedback about any of the suit details, so that we can work together to make sure that the look is perfect.
Finally, we create a unique paper pattern for your garment and cut and sew the suit that is right for you. We can easily make suits in EVERY size from very petite to plus size.
We are one of the few shops in the world that specializes in creating suits specifically for lesbian weddings, and over the past couple years have had the opportunity of creating exquisite garments for numerous weddings.
We are a small couture studio located in Denver, Colorado, but we make clothing for customers in almost every corner of the world.
Contact Lianna K. to get started on a suit: firstname.lastname@example.org