Don't worry, we can change your garment to almost any colour, white to black, brown to blue, or black to pink. Even differently coloured panels isn't a problem, creating a totally unique, custom item.
You’re tired of your old pants, and you love to twirl. Sounds like the perfect recipe for a refashioning! If you’ve got a pair of flowy, wide-legged pants you’re never going to wear again, you could be twirling in no time at all.
You love the pattern on that skirt in your closet…but you’re not really a skirt person anymore. Maybe you were never really a skirt person. It’s ok! Own it! Give that beautiful fabric some new life by transforming that so-so skirt into a dress you’ll feel incredible in.
The collar should just graze your neck without constricting it. If turning your head causes the collar to turn with it, the collar is too tight.
When you bend your arm, your cuff should not move more than an inch up your wrist.
Shirt length should be such that bending and making natural movements does not cause the shirt to become untucked. Additionally, your shirt should remain tucked if you fold your hands behind your head.
Zips get used a lot. Whilst they are generally quite robust, they do wear down over time, break, and unfortunately, do stop working.
If you have a knit fabric garment, small holes (pinhead sizes) are a given. Simple small holes can be repaired fast on these fabrics.
When you say Invisible mending, it is invisible darning that is at the heart of it. Darning is used when the hole is bigger – when the fabric has singed/frayed due to thin fibres etc., you may have to cut away the scorched/frayed portion and this makes it too big for the above solutions. Darning will replace the fabric fibres which are missing.