Custom-made shirts, as the British say, are shirts that are made according to an individual model for a particular customer according to his specific dimensions and style requirements. This is in stark contrast to custom-made products, which are achieved simply by converting the storage model or storage part to the customer's dimensions. With this method, the results can be quite contradictory.
Whenever you order a handmade shirt, your own style will be used to cut the fabric. Therefore, the result is the same for each order.
When ordering, have someone translate your measurements and change the stock model.
Since there is no separate model for you, there is no guarantee that changes to the template will be the same every time. You can get different results depending on who is doing the translation and measurement.
Custom orders almost always work well for customers because they are standard sizes and don't require unusual styles. A client who has fit issues or many different style needs will do much better with a specialty one.
Since not all T-shirt manufacturers define their terms in the same way, make sure you know what you're getting when ordering a “made-to-size shirt”. Ask the tailor if he or she will make a complete paper model from scratch and make sure the final pattern is exactly what you want before agreeing.
The custom process starts with accurate measurements – not only collar and sleeve lengths, but also yoke, chest, half chest, waist, hips, biceps, forearms, lettering, and shirttail length – and hard-to-measure features such as sunken chest area, shoulder slope, round back, etc.
When customers try their first samples, there may be adjustments. The models are customized so that all shirts are made identically, which gives the customer the desired shape.
What you wear reflects your personality and a tailored shirt, which is especially true because the choice is yours.