Apparel Types || Difference Between Bespoke Garment And Ready To Wear Garment

The fabric which we wear, that’s name vary according to the country. In USA, finished fabric is called Apparel or Ready Made Garment (RMG), in UK It is called garment and in Germany it is called clothing. This three name is generally use for fabric trading and they are internationally recognized. Most of the countries of the world follow these three terms but in sub continent people is popular with the name garment than other names.

Apparel Types: Two systems are used to make apparel. They are-

  1. Bespoke Garment: Bespoke garment is a tailoring system to make apparel. It is an individual choice garment. The design and materials of the garment is chosen by the client.
  2. Ready To Wear garment: This type of garment is make industrially. There have no individual choice of garment in the ready to wear garment system.

Difference between Bespoke Garment and Ready to Wear Garment: The differences between bespoke garment and ready to wear garment are given below.

Bespoke Garment Ready To Wear Garment
1. Bespoke Garment is a tailoring system. 1. Ready to wear garment is a industrial system.
2. It is clients individual choice. 2. No choice of individual clients.
3. Individual body measurement. 3. Standard body measurement.
4. Only one size. 4. For all size ( S, M, L, XL, XXL etc ).
5. Only one man is enough to make a complete garment. 5. A group of people are required to make a complete garment.
6. It takes more time also expensive than ready to wear garment. 6. It takes less time and not expensive than bespoke wear garment.
7. Garment is produced by individual Material and design. 7. All the garment in a lot has same material and design.
8. Generlly it is done for local peoples purpose. 8. Most of the times, it is done for exporting purpose.

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