Women's Bespoke Garments
The bespoke process includes a primary consultation when your idea is discussed, fabrics may be selected and measurements may be taken. Emily has a range of fabrics, linings and trimmings to choose from and there are catalogues for silks and linings. A toile (prototype) is then made after a first pattern is drafted. Several fittings may take place and the pattern is finalised. The overall lead time for any project may vary so please provide at least four to six weeks for the creation of your garment and it will be necessary for you to be available for fittings within this time. After a final fitting in order to make any small adjustments, the finished garment will be ready.
A wedding outfit for a wedding on a Greek island.
An aqua blue, guipure lace, wrap-over dress with bias cut under dress made with silver-grey, viscose/cotton twill and a side zip to close.
Made with two industrial machines, a domestic sewing machine and lace, tissue paper, twill, bias binding, interfacing, threads and a dress zip.
Darts are lapped and appliquéd to create the form. Binding at the armscye. Trimmed with the selvedges of the lace fabric, sewn on with appliqué treatment.