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Our Tailor's have the ability to tailor garments which fit seamlessly to our customers. Changing Few Things might make all the difference. The more familiar you get with your tailor, the more you’ll know what can and cannot be done, as well as how much certain alterations will cost. Remember, even the best alterations specialists aren’t magicians; they can only work with what is there.
Trends come and go, but that doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye; your tailor’s expertise will allow them to see what can be done to change a garment. Whether it’s new buttons or removing sleeves, you have options. Share what you like about the garment, and why, and see how they can update it.
Our Tailor's Know the worth of your time. This isn't a promise on behalf of your tailor, but once you’ve established a relationship, they may be willing to do you the occasional favor. While it’s best not to make on-the-spot alterations a habit (it might cost extra for a rush job), being a loyal customer can have its rewards.
There are some items that we just can’t bear to part with, no matter how badly worn. Rather than retiring one of your favorites, see if it can be saved. Worn elbows can be patched, lining can be replaced, and a stain may even be hidden by a dye job. Whatever you need, your tailor will likely have access to the supplies and the know-how to complete the repair.
Online shopping is convenient, but return policies can be strict, so know your proper measurements. Have your tailor measure you, then keep those measurements on hand. Knowing measurements can also make it easier when ordering bridesmaid dresses, which always seem to be a size (or four) too large, even if you had your measurements taken on the spot. Besides, while a good tailor will make the dress fit, a great tailor will make the dress look like it was made for you.