I came across this blog (love the name and font!), which has really made me want to learn how to sew men's clothing:
(Or win the lottery so that DH could afford bespoke suits.)
This handsome gentleman is a professional wardrobe consultant who has a knee-weakeningly amazing closet. Some of his posts might not be of much use to the average man (such as what tuxedo weight should be worn on a late summer evening), but most (like how to pull off a suit without socks), are quite relevant.
I'd love to make something like this for DH to sport:
(Check out that lapel!)
Right now there are too many of my own items that I'd like to complete (so selfish, I know! But I'm not buying anything for a year!) - and I have way too much learning to do before I can move on to tailoring - but I'd love to sew men's clothing in the future. However, Saville Row tailors spend a lifetime learning how to produce suits and dress shirts. Is learning how to sew fine men's clothing realistic? Have you tried sewing men's clothing with any success?