The Return of Bespoke

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In an age when people are growing increasingly interested in sustainable lifestyles, belief in the value of quality over quanity is on the rise. The modern stylista knows that when something is tailor-made from quality materials, it’s bound to last and get plenty of use. Accordingly, a return to including more bespoke fashion in one’s wardrobe makes perfect sense. For generations the term bespoke has generally been used in reference to menswear, while custom womenswear is the realm of haute couture. The realm of French-approved high fashion, though, is a very exclusive club – and not only because of the high cost. On the other hand bespoke traditions are what make a ‘Handmade in Made in England’ stamp so appealing to those who believe in investing in good style.

Bespoke garments and accessories are an ideal choice for life’s special events but are also a good way to fulfill those very specific holes in your wardrobe. Who among us can’t relate to the experience of buying multiple pairs of shoes in an attempt service a certain style need? It’s a waste of cash & space, and it’s certainly not green. In these cases, and for those with feet that are hard to fit, custom-made could be the way to go. You’ll get exactly what you need and will get to play designer for a bit!

In addition to seasonal collections, Mo Saique shoes makes bespoke footwear for stylish clients across the globe. Led by designer Afua Dabanka, the brand delivers custom, luxury footwear for use in a variety events – from lavish weddings to designer catwalks. Click here to make an inquiry or obtain a private appointment.

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The Return of Bespoke

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