My answer to whether women’s bespoke clothing is poorly made is – not in the slightest at all! In fact, it’s the complete opposite of what people think.
Did you know when clothing is made in mass-produced factories its passed through several fast production lines which mean a certain amount of garments have to be made in a particular time
Where is the love and care in that?
There will be a machinist for the body of the garment, a machinist for the zips, a machinist for the sleeves and so on and they don’t focus on the size it’s just how many they can get made in a day.
This is where to believe the problem can occur because with them having to get so many numbers of items made in a day mistakes happen = garments not fitting properly.
Have you ever been to try something on and size doesn’t fit but them you try another size and it fits… well this is because it’s not made by the same person and care hasn’t gone into the making of the garment.
But it plays with your mindset doesn’t it, I defiantly have for me I’ve gone to try things on and come away feeling not very confident and bit disheartened about the whole shopping experience.
Why should I choose bespoke clothing then?
When you choose to go bespoke not only do you get care and attention going into the item but it is also made to you exact measurements.
That means when trying something on you come away feeling incredible and a hell of a lot more confident, I can guarantee you on that one.
When working with me 1:1 that is exactly what my main priority is: confidence.
It’s all in mindset when it comes to clothing and I believe confidence plays a big part. I love to tap into your personality and really get you to connect with who you are.
Confidence in clothing is everything — own that shit.
This is where I can eliminate the fear of clothing being made poorly as well because not only do you get to create a rocking leather jacket or piece of clothing you get to be apart of the journey too, you get to see how its made.
This also relates to my previous blog post about 5 myths about handmade clothing
Ready to own your own piece of bespoke clothing? Drop me a message and let’s chat.