5 reasons for bespoke tailoring your clothes

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5 reasons for bespoke tailoring your clothes

We are used to finding tailoring services in local shops in any area. Most often people turn to tailor shops to fix the zipper, to tailor pants that are too long, or to get clothing altered.

But if we are talking about the real art of tailoring, then the individual characteristics of the client's figure are taken into account. A professional tailor can design clothes of any style, make an impeccable fit, as well as, if necessary, decorate it with embroidery or inserts. The term bespoke refers to the way in which tailoring is undertaken. Tailoring usually takes place in a one-to-one setting between the client and the tailor.

Fee4Bee outlined a few main reasons why people choose to hire tailor services instead of finding their perfect look in fashion stores:

1. Convenience. People go to a tailor to get the most elegant dress that is the most comfortable to wear. A good master will be able to take into account all the features of your figure so that you will not feel uncomfortable. An individual-made pattern is always used for this.

2. Uniqueness. Almost any garment can be custom-made, coats, jackets, blouses, jeans, and more. If you want to have some special thing that no one else will have, then you can get it, even if you do not know how to make it by yourself. Wealthy people prefer to choose fabrics and styles for clothes on their own in order to create unique looks.

3. Attractiveness. If your wardrobe item is designed by an experienced tailor, then most likely each of its elements is perfect - the pattern is adjusted to each seam, the edging and buttons are suitable in color, the embroidery is applied exactly where it should be. This will make you stand out from the rest.

4. Saving. Some customers believe that a dress bought in a store and a dress made in the tailor shop should be comparable in price. This is the most common misconception in tailoring. A tailor-made dress will be much more expensive considering the cost of material and tailoring. At the same time, you get exactly what you need, unlike store clothes that shrink, fade, or become distorted quickly.

5. Durability. Speaking of quality, a well-tailored suit will last you many years, so it cannot even be compared with new clothes from fashion stores. The secret is that high-quality fabric is usually used for custom-tailoring suits. The tailor will also make sure that the clothes do not wear out, and do not stretch where it should not.

How long does tailoring take?

While the advantage of modern clothing is that you can quickly find ready-made options, tailor-made clothes highlight your uniqueness. And of course, such an item will take more time to create.

The tailor will definitely offer you a consultation first. During the consultation, a tailor will examine your body, sometimes it is necessary for them to take up to 40 measurements, and find out what type of garments you want to get. Then, based on your wishes, one or several layouts will be drawn up. After you approve the layout, the specialist calculates the consumption of material and fittings and starts sewing. At the stage of first fitting, the adjustments are made if necessary and the item is going to be finished. Some intricate items, such as a wedding dress or business suit, may require a second or even a third fitting. Typically, the entire process may take 5 to 15 days.

How much does it cost to tailor a suit?

As you can see, it takes a lot more time and effort to make one product than it does when mass-producing clothes in a factory. In fact, the cost of a tailor is one of the first questions to consider, because suit tailoring can either be very expensive or disappointing, depending on how professional and talented the tailor is.

Find a good tailor first. You can do internet research in your city for "local tailor shops near me" and look at customer reviews and specialist' portfolios. When you select a few of them, ask the price. Too high or too low a price should alert you. Feel free to choose the average suggested price. Usually, the prices for tailoring services in Canada range from CAD$ 24 to CAD $55 per hour.

There are certain simple ways in which we can reduce the cost of tailoring a garment. Determine exactly what you want. Many people do not have a good idea of the process of sewing clothes to tailors, so they cannot accurately name the style, fabric, and other details. Try to find out all that you need at the first consultation, then you will not have to overpay in the future.

In addition to the complexity of the product itself, the selected fabric has an impact on the final cost. Some types of material, such as satin or chiffon, are more difficult to work with, and therefore the price is more expensive.

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