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Countdown to Perfect Fitting Alterations

FIRST: 2 MONTHS PREWEDDING
This initial fitting runs an hour. Bring along the shoes you'll wear day-of so the tailor can accurately adjust the hemline.  Strive to be at your target size by this appointment so that any major alterations your tailor makes will work on the aisle.

SECOND: 1 MONTH PREWEDDING
This session is exclusively for final tweaks and therefore should happen as close to the wedding as possible and scheduled for delivery no later than 2 weeks before your wedding day.  One less thing to worry about in the final stretch before the nuptials.


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