Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Sunrise Industry of Tailoring Design

In a world of mass production, mass customization is often talked about. The experience of authentic fit and value is rare.  Mostly the market conveniently trusts in brands, sees relatively as opposed to absolutely. To the masses it’s the cost that fits. This gives a world of possibilities between the unsatisfied brand idolaters and the new tailoring designer a huge visible market. When our TD knows he can make a difference in specific areas of the suit fit, he is hard to ignore.

Online education and videos are becoming the alternative to expensive and often inaccessible education. There are 85 million unemployed and even more underemployed or dissatisfied employees. Among the professions or occupations are the crafts and skills that will make 21st C. more personal and enjoyable.  Tailoring design is the hybrid of the old hand tailor and the modern factory. It creates a European lifestyle that is satisfyingly unique and allows a degree of self-motivation, talent and professionalism to prevail. The modern tailoring designer does not need to spend 30 hours making their first suit nor need to be skillful at cutting expensive cloths. They simply need to measure, cut, sew and fit a simple cotton muslin. This takes one hour and competes with the world most expensive suits made actually for nobody in particular.

 

The world is looking for new values and investment vehicles for stability. The tailoring business is known 3 times in history for building stability in society with a middle class, with the web it can be done again. In this old product now updated, the value to the $9 billion markets is clear. To expand that market with hungry new work force is also palpable. Today masses of men sacrifice the power, right and dignity to have and enjoy one single suit without feeling like an imposter. In the 19th to 19th C., it was a gentlemen’s pleasure to have and afford a real tailor. This can be true again. With on line training subscriptions and live boot camps, the democratization of the authentic tailored fit is feasible. The quality of the cloth used is the client’s option.

The advent of demand for this type of quality is considerable as an economic application as once recognized as a good thing for society would germinate with each satisfied client.  The constant ridicule of men apparent with so many commercials is an indication of an eventual pendulum swing to men’s integrity with their responsibilities to work competence and families. Social media is a catalyst for training awareness as well as the need for change by employing local talent and having a friend in the business.  Of the essential economies of GDP, food clothing, transportation and shelter for national stability, authentic suitmaking services are considerable for our future office workers corporate in house perquisites. This is well documented as”customization in the 21st. C.”

Dry Cleaning is an expense that has increased dramatically, making dressing a lifestyle. Mostly today, it’s not necessary to have a large income to dress well and often. For example men can  diminish if not delete their dry-cleaning cost by good habits and a little time. Imagine paying yourself 20pr hour to press shirts while watching youtube!  Not dressing is a bad idea for some while its cost can easily be managed. Yes personal investments come first, so pump the ironing table. Before chemicals a simple spot clean and sponging process was used and still used in third world countries. Unwittingly customers take garments to the cleaners for pressing. All that is needed is proper fit and hearty cloth. Then just need a quick steam, a spot clean and a little Fabreze.

The comfort level of sourcing products online will eventually with tailored suits demand local qualified service. As a new generation continues to search for alternatives they will balance word of mouth or mouse with actual personal experience of their contacts. This is mostly likely to be done with use of local tailoring-designers and investors labels.