- Dec 27, 2006
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Thanks for putting up w/ my questions. ;-)
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The fundamental* differences are:
a tailor /cutter offering bespoke will generally use your own cloth if requested (with varying grace it has to be said) something which a factory produced MTM would not accept at all.
The essential difference is that in bespoke a paper pattern is drafted to your measurements and body figuration. This is entirely personal to you and is/cannot be used for anyone else. MTM uses a standard pattern against which minor amendments are made to suit you but there is considerable compromise.