We are all looking in some way or the other to be unique, to stand apart from the crowd and sheep, and to be seen for the amazing women we are and why shouldn’t we? Who said that we don’t deserve to look and feel fabulous every day? Who claimed that dressing the part is only for attending events or being seen as a high-powered executive?
Is not every day a blessing, have we not woken up and taken another breath of life, why then is that not reason enough to celebrate? And by celebrate we mean looking amazing from head to toe. Well, I can tell you now, it absolutely is reason enough, and looking good has never felt this great.
Brands that understand.
Every company will claim to have your best interests at heart but in reality, they are simply looking to make a sale, a quick buck as it were, and to send you packing so the next customer can come in and spend money. What you should be looking for is a company that wants you to feel and look your best, and has its customer interests as a priority above all else. It may seem simple but you can be sure that if and when a client feels welcomed and listened to they will be loyal to you and shop with you for years to come. And we all know that word of mouth is the best advertising pitch any company can hope for.
You need to do what feels right and as you type in the search engines trying to discover a boutique near me be sure to look for a brand that shows professionalism and quality of customer care. The clothing is beautiful already we know this, what you want (and certainly deserve) is the best of both worlds, and a good clothing boutique can give you that.
The world of bespoke.
Some people may think that when we talk about a custom-made outfit or suit we are also referring to a bespoke suit using the term interchangeably, but this is not the case. While the fundamentals and results over the same satisfaction, bespoke tailoring is one level up from custom.
A custom-made suit is essentially an edit of an existing suit, perfectly trimmed, hemmed, and altered by professional tailors. Your body measurements are taken according to how you want the suit to fit in particular areas, and the suit is then altered to your liking and sizing.
A bespoke suit on the other hand is created from scratch and thus not only is there a difference in pricing between the two but the quality and one-of-a-kind aspect too. See here https://wikidiff.com/custom/bespoke for a quick analysis on the variations but when referring to bespoke, the initial process begins with a mock-up of the final product.
Your measurements are taken, sketched out, and pinned in place on your body and a dress mannequin, and using basted thread (the white thread we see in movies that all the high-end tailors use) is optimized to fit your physic immaculately.
Then a revised suit version made from generic material is created for midway alterations and edits where needed, and the final material is then ordered to begin the dress-making finale.
When you get the call that your hand-made, hand-stitched dress or suit is ready for fitting and collection you can be sure you will feel a furry of butterflies explode inside of you. It will be excitement, nerves for wondering what it looks like, but ultimately satisfying in that you have worked long and hard to earn this experience and deserve it too.
And while this feeling is priceless and indescribable, when you walk into the office and boardroom on Monday morning there will be no doubt that you are the right woman for the job (but we knew that all along, now we just look that little bit more refined and ‘boss.’)
The reasoning behind.
Other than the fact that you should do what makes you feel good and look your best, why do we look for something unique and bespoke or custom when it comes to our clothes? It is because we feel something we don’t always feel when putting on jeans and a t-shirt, but this doesn’t go to say that you can’t have these items hanging in the wardrobe too. If you are thinking about treating yourself then read on for solidifying reasons why to go for it.
- Fit. There can be no denying that when a garment is fitted to your precise lines and curves it looks exceptional, and you will know it when you try them on at the boutique. They are comfortable but not sluggish, tight in the right areas but not restricting, and show your best features without you trying or perhaps even realizing.
- Handmade. There is a different feel to the fabric, seen in the stitching, or shown in the result when an item is made by hand. A little piece of that tailor, including their love, goes into the product and it brings it all together in a way that no generic, high-street clothing could ever offer.
Take a quick moment to see this link and learn more about why one is better than the other, both sides of the fence have validation, but we are looking for something that not everyone has, am I right?
- Confidence. The last point but by no means the least important, is that you will experience a flooding in of confidence when you see yourself in the mirror in an outfit that was made by angels solely and specifically for you. Call it arrogance, call it cockiness, but at the end of the day, you know you look good, and the world will know it too the moment you step out in that dress or suit.
Clothes have been around for centuries in some form or the other, we have just managed to tweak and edit them according to available resources, and our personal likes and preferences. And if those ‘likes’ mean shopping only in boutiques, whose to stop you?