Originally Posted by sellahi22
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Jon is bespoke in the truest sense of the word - there are fittings, and one can specify things [with guidance].
My sense of the other houses is that you are getting their
sense of design that is handmade [but not homemade].
My wife has been along with me to a few fittings, and she said it best, "Jon's not just giving you his suit, he gives you your
Originally Posted by spitfirees20
When I started, I wanted my
suit [fitted to my body and features], but with a relaxed, not trying-too-hard look, and in timeless colors and proportions. Trust me, I would not be making three trips a year to see him if this was not achieved.
I think just his sense of proportions are restrained, like the thirties. Everything else is very specific and refined to today.
Perhaps different photographs and settings could give a better idea of what I consider bespoke at its highest form . . . here,