A lot of people ask us how formal they should go for their wedding. Honestly, there is no right or wrong answer to that question. Your wedding day is just that -- yours. In the past, we have shown you ways to break the black-tie only rules, however, today we are going to show you how to fully embrace them for a formal, black tie wedding.
Your outfit is only as good as the sum of its pieces. Continuing from our last post on “Style Rituals...” for the summer we want to remind you that even if you like to dress up or keep it casual, the summer is the perfect time to be bold, tactful, and free. No matter where you go, be it New York or the Bahamas, San Francisco or Dubai, we know these summer rituals are bulletproof.
When it comes to making sure your suit gets done on time and at your own leisure, we at Kipper Clothiers are all about organization. We want to make sure that you come in at a time that iss most convenient for you so you all you need to concentrate on is designing your suit over a glass of complimentary whiskey or coffee (and don’t worry, we have good taste in beverages).
What are some questions you ask yourself when you first put your suit on? “What matches my suit? What matches my tie? Is this all too ‘clash-y?’ This is my favorite color, but what goes well with a color like this?” Don’t worry, those questions are normal and happen very often, even to the best of us.
If there is one thing we stress the most, it's the perfect fit, and as we continue to grow our business we are redefining the custom process. Close attention to detail, and taking the right measurements is the formula for the perfect fitting garment. It's more than taking your clothes (made for the masses) and having them altered at a tailor, it's having them made specifically measured for you as an individual that defines what we do.
As we move through our lives (going to college, starting careers), it becomes more important to present ourselves well. It doesn't have to mean wearing a suit and tie, but it does mean looking well kept and presentable. In our profession, we often talk about quality, fit, and attention to detail when it comes to garments, but what about the feeling you get when you have the perfect fit?
Ready-to-wear garments are constructed to fit the manufacturers definition of the average customer but because every person has a unique body, it just doesn't always work. At Kipper, we value the process and detail of custom clothing to give our customers the perfect fit on all their garments. Whether ordering online or having an appointment at the shop, this is our custom shirt process.