Wardrobe are one roof stop, where all your dresses stay. Considering suiting as an art, every man should develop and design his own wardrobe.
Stacking up the random clothes and filing your cupboard is easy, but waste of time and money. Instead arrange your closet with less but stylish and classy garments.
Why you don’t you try stitched clothes ?
Though tailor-made dresses are costly, but are of worth too. Even after year, you will never regret investing your money and time on stitched dress.
Your wardrobe should comprise of both casual and formal or ready made and stitched outfits. But if you are adding some suiting and shirting, always get them stitched. Stitched are always Stylish.
A piece of advice for a stylish sewn wardrobe.
PICK A COMPETENT TAILOR
You surely don’t want to wear miss-fitted clothes, so seek for a experienced tailor. Before picking your tailor, do some research! A good tailor is one who is dedicated towards his work and has patience.
You should check the working background and number of referrals that the tailor get from his daily customer. If he has a good number, get a trail shirt stitched first. If the stitch is perfect, he/ she is your tailor.
Color are most important factor of your clothes. Your choice of color can define what personality do you have. You should dress according to your skin tone. But there are some exceptional color that suits on everyone and at every occasion.
Must have colors
1. White shirt
2. Black shirt
3. Navy Blue jacket
4. Black Trousers
5. Grey Trousers, etc.
These are few stereotyped colors, but yet look authentic and classy when wore properly. Today, there are many more colors that are in trend, like light Pink, Beige, Celeste blue, Grey, etc.
HUNT FOR QUALITY FABRIC
Selecting a good fabric is base of building an exceptional wardrobe. So sit down with your tailor and select the perfect fabric that will suit you and your personality.
Don’t fill your closet with single type of fabric, have a pretty collection of different fabrics.
TYPES OF FABRIC
There are wide variety of fabrics available in the market. Select your fabric according to events.
Remember, “ You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy fabric, and that is pretty close.”