Cut and sewn is a manufacturing process in the apparel industry where garments are made from scratch by cutting pieces of fabric to specific patterns and then sewing them together. This method allows for complete customization in terms of fabric choice, design, fit, and construction, making it ideal for creating unique, high-quality garments. Unlike mass-produced clothing, which often uses pre-made fabric panels, cut and sewn garments are tailored to precise specifications, ensuring a better fit and finish. This process is commonly used for creating bespoke or limited edition clothing items, including T-shirts, jackets, and dresses.