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Choose from Four Options
- $10 for $20 worth of general alterations or tailoring services
- $24 for $50 worth of bridal-gown alterations
- $35 for $75 worth of suit tailoring and alterations
- $135 for $300 toward a custom-made prom dress<p>
General alterations include hemming a dress or skirt ($10–$20), shortening sleeves ($8–$18), or tapering women’s pants ($10). For bridal gowns, alterations include hems ($50), bodices ($50+), and straps ($15), and the skilled tailors will also work with beads, lace, sequins, and other appliqués (prices vary). For suits, they can touch up the inside pocket ($8–$12,) outfit it with a fresh lining ($25 for labor), or resize it by taking in the sides ($6–$8). Impeccably stitched prom dresses are made to each client’s measurements and designed in the style, cut, and color of their choice ($150+ for a two-piece; $210+ for a five- to seven-piece).
Éclat Tailoring & Design by Robert Ríson
Drawing on 32 years of bespoke experience, the duo of talented tailors at Éclat Tailoring & Design by Robert Ríson morphs garments with meticulous alterations and designs custom-made ensembles for men, women, and children. The clothing experts construct elegant apparel from sundry pattern catalogs by Vogue, New Look, and Style, with fine materials such as fur and mink and fabrics such as wrought silk, organza, tulle, tweed, and bubble wrap. The accommodating clothiers also work with customers to fashion garments according to client specifications. In an initial consultation, designers meet with customers to gain a thorough understanding of desired styles and designs, take measurements, and provide counsel on any recent public displays of pants splitting. Custom garments are completed and ready to wear within four weeks.