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Terms Used in Clothing Alteration

Clothes, for some reason or another, seldom fit as well as we would like, but it is possible to alter clothing to make it fit better. While some clothing alteration services can be done at home, at times it is best to see a professional, especially with an important garment like a bridal gown. The following are common terms used in the clothing industry.

  • Tailor – A person who alters clothes professionally. Unlike other professions, tailoring is still often taught by apprenticeship. A good tailor is someone with a lot of experience altering clothes.
  • Seam – Where two or more layers of fabric are held together by stitches. Some common seams that are usually altered is the inseam, which measures the inner leg in pants, or princess seams, which help shape a shirt to the curves of a woman's body. Adding new seams is one of the most expensive services a tailor provides.
  • Hem – A hem is a piece of cloth that is sewn to prevent the edge of a fabric from unraveling. This term can also refer to shortening an item, like jeans, that are too long for the wearer. Items can be hemmed for between very inexpensive.
  • Formal wear – Clothes that are worn to formal events such as parties, proms and weddings. For men, this usually requires wearing a suit and tie, for women it means wearing a dress. Depending on how the item is made, for example a pleated dress, it may be more costly getting it altered.
  • Dry clean – A store where professionals clean delicate shirts, suits and dresses as well as items you might not think of, like rugs. Some will offer same day service.
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    Oklahoma City, OK 73118
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    Premiere Uniforms
    3196 N College Ave Ste 6, Fayetteville, AR 72703
    We serve and provide the Public Safety, Police, EMS, Fire, Duty gear, Law Enforcement, Military, Badges, Headwear, and most other Uniform Professionals with high-quality uniforms, footwear and supplies from the top and most respected manufacturers in the industry.
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    Premiere Uniforms
    3184 N College Ave, Fayetteville, AR 72703
    Our uniform company is dedicated to serving public servants. Whether you need clothing for police, EMS or fire work, we've got you covered. We offer quality clothing and tailoring services to those who need it most.
    (479) 582-9059
    Tynsy's Alterations
    500 S Grand St, Grove, OK 74344
    (918) 786-8804
    N Stitches Sewing & Embroidery
    108 W Main St, Neosho, MO 64850
    (417) 455-0999
    Stitch Witch The
    416 S Florida Ave, Joplin, MO 64801
    (417) 781-8031
    Argie's Stitches
    3586 N Central City Rd, Joplin, MO 64801
    (417) 781-1047
    K T Alterations
    101 N Range Line Rd, Joplin, MO 64801
    (417) 621-0480
    Golden Stiches
    618 N Broadway St, Pittsburg, KS 66762
    (620) 308-6177
    C & S Cleaners
    1616 S Broadway St Ste B, Pittsburg, KS 66762
    (620) 231-8232
    Pittsburg Sewing Center
    838 S 200th St, Pittsburg, KS 66762
    (620) 235-0101
    Cummings Home Center
    108 S Owen Walters Blvd, Salina, OK 74365
    (918) 434-6776
    Sew N' So
    127 W 8th St, Coffeyville, KS 67337
    (620) 870-0712
    Stitches & More
    23 Cunningham Cor, Bella Vista, AR 72714
    (479) 855-0425
    Elizabeth M Bohr Custom Sewing & Tailoring
    4051 Cr 5360, Cherryvale, KS 67335
    (620) 336-3337
    Spiffy's Cleaners Inc
    400 N Walton Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712
    (479) 273-7706


    For most people, simply buying clothing 'off the rack' is enough. However, this does not always work. It is especially true with formal wear and with people who don't fit the standard sizes. There is still some work for the tailor. In the past, most clothing was custom made. Ordinary people would handle their own basic needs and go to a tailor for more complicated and important outfits. A tailor may make custom garments from scratch. More commonly, he or she will alter existing clothing. Most alterations of are suits or dresses. Expensive shirts are also commonly altered. The cost of a full custom suit can be very high. Alterations might consist of raising or lowering a hem or adjusting a waistline. Wedding and prom dresses are commonly altered to a more exact fit. Most garment alteration shops these days are attached to dry cleaners. They also handle repairs, such as replacing the zipper on a pair of jeans. Many offer same day service at a higher cost. These shops tend, however, to handle simpler items such as minor alterations to a shirt or pair of pants. Simple alterations are often cheaper. Of course, some people may attempt to do them themselves. This requires skill in sewing and the ability to take measurements. Community colleges often offer instruction in repairing and altering garments. In most cases, it is far easier to make a garment smaller. It is relatively easy to take in seams, but extending them involves adding extra material. Some garments, too, are not designed with seams in the appropriate place. Things can be particularly difficult for plus size individuals who often struggle to find apparel large enough.
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