House of Fraser Launches Bespoke Men’s Shirt Service Online

House of Fraser, premium department store, has introduced its first bespoke men’s shirt service in association with Bivolino. Customers can shop online and buy tailor-made shirts from Bivolino, a brand renowned for its cut shirts made from the fine materials.

Bivolino worked closely with William Morris wallpaper designs, famous for their innovations in printing and weaving technology, to create fine fabric contrasts for collar and cuffs, exclusively for House of Fraser customers. A patented biometric sizing technology, Linosoft, calculates a customer’s height, weight and collar size and allows them to create the perfect bespoke shirt. Bivolino shirts are delivered within 3 weeks.

A new 3D ‘shirt designer’ on the House Of Fraser website enables customers to order a custom made-to-measure men’s shirt in four easy steps, choosing the fabric, design, monogram and size.

There is an extensive range of high quality fabrics to suit every taste and any requirement. Customers can choose from more than 100 fabric options including non-iron materials, luxury Egyptian cotton, exclusive linens, liberty flowers and many more. The shirts can be customised and customers can choose from a variety of unique cuffs and collar types, different pocket sizes and more. Customers can choose embroidery detailing and decide where they would like it positioned.

By simply entering a few details about height and weight, Bivolino’s patented biometric sizing technology ensures that the customer receives the best fit possible for their bespoke, made-to-measure shirt.

Via EPR Network
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