The nature of custom clothing is such that each garment is unique and different. With this in mind, pricing varies from individual garment to individual garment.
Average prices are listed below, but pricing can be, and often is, lower or higher than the range listed.
We accept all major credit cards, checks, and cash. We require a minimum 50% deposit for custom orders, with the final balance payable upon garment delivery.
First-time consultations for suits and sport coats generally take 90 minutes to two hours. This typically gives us enough time to consult, educate, design, and measure. The timing may be more or less depending on how long we take to select fabrics and/or design garments.
First-time appointments for other garments typically last about an hour.
Appointment times for repeat clients who do not require measuring will vary based on the size and complexity of the order. These could even be done remotely, although we always enjoy, and encourage, the in-person experience with our clients.
No. Once we have a custom pattern in your file (or measurements and alterations on file for made-to-measure clients), we can skip measurements and focus solely on garment selection and design.
If you’ve gained or lost weight or had any other bodily change, please let us know and we’ll be happy to double-check measurements.
If you’re a repeat client, we’re happy to work with you via email, phone, and video-chat to place new custom orders. In fact, we’re proud to boast a roster of “long-distance relationships” with clients who started with us when they lived locally and stayed with us long after they moved away.
Ground shipping is always complimentary on custom orders.
We’re happy to share that we have wonderful relationships with the top mills in the world, allowing us to provide our clients with a wide range of fabrics, ranging in quality from “excellent” to “the best of the best.”
Our 30,000+ strong fabric selection includes cloth from:
Our shirtings include fabrics from the world’s best mills, including Mileta, Canclini, Thomas Mason, and more.
Some garments that lend themselves easily to everyday wear; jeans,