Untailored Clothes βœ‚οΈπŸ‘šπŸ‘–Are so What Not to Wear ❌ ...

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If you ever watched the famous TLC show, β€œWhat Not to Wear,” you will have heard Clinton Kelly talking about the importance of tailoring your clothes. Most people can’t buy everything right off the store shelves and have it fit perfectly. Instead of dooming yourself to being a fashion victim, consider having your garments tailored so they fit you absolutely perfectly and you can stroll down the street not being worried about being caught by the fashion police. Here’s what you need to know about having your clothes tailored.

1. Made to Measure

Tailoring is historically something that men did to ensure that their clothes looked professional and ready for the office. In the past, women sewed their own clothes so they could make them fit exactly right each time. Obviously, you don’t have time to make garments yourself so women are entitled to tailoring these days. Tailoring can make the difference between a blazer that appears to have 80s style shoulder pads and a blazer that makes you look powerful and ready to take on the world.

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