A tailor is one of a man’s most trusted advisors. Successful men know that a great tailor helps them look and feel the part. Here are six things you should look for in your custom clothier:
- EASY Your visit should be an escape from the outside world. You should be able to come in and relax. You deserve an easy, stress-free tailoring experience. Even if you’re new to custom clothing, the process should be simple and un-intimidating.
- PERSONAL You are your own man. Your tailor should help you develop your very own wardrobe style that complements your body type and the image you want to portray to the world. You should always expect great advice and service with a personal touch.
- CARE Your custom clothier should be trained and have experience in measuring customers for tailored garments. They should take great care in capturing your measurements for a suit with an unparalleled fit. This same care should be taken by your clothier’s master tailors to make a garment just for you.
- LUXURY You should have a choice of beautiful fabrics and suit stylings so that you’ll be clothed in luxury whenever you put on your custom suit.
- GUARANTEE Your satisfaction should be your clothier’s first goal. They should guarantee the clothing they make will fit properly and they should stand behind their craftsmanship.
- RELATIONSHIP Your clothier should not just be there for the sale. They should follow up to make sure you are completely satisfied with your custom clothing. Since they know your style, they should also let you know when they get new fabrics and style options that would look great on you. They should believe in relationships and be there every time you need to look your best.
At John H. Daniel, we’ve upheld these values for over 90 years. We give you the best service and shopping experience possible so you can look your best with minimal time and effort. We invite you to come visit us at our Knoxville showroom and see our line of tailored suits, blazers, tuxedos, jeans, and shirts. Let us become your new Tennessee tailoring tradition.