Bespoke

Bespoke

bəˈspōk

Adjective

  • Made for a particular customer or user.
  • Making or selling bespoke goods, especially clothing.
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Example Sentences

“He didn’t follow trends, but he always wore a bespoke suit and polished shoes to work.”

“Large brands can be cheaper, but smaller companies may be able to offer a more bespoke solution for your unique needs.”

“I hired a seamstress for bespoke dresses, ties, and accessories for the entire wedding party.”

Word Origin

English, mid-18th century

Why this word?

While “bespoke” is now an adjective to describe something made for a particular customer, it developed from the verb “bespeak,” which means “to order something in advance.” The past participle is “bespoken,” meaning that an item was discussed beforehand — the only way to get something truly custom.

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