1. Drooping bustle: Whether your bridesmaids simply cannot figure out how to fasten your bustle, your gown is very heavy, or someone steps on your train, you will wish you had asked for extra hooks or buttons to keep your gown from dragging on the ground. Plan ahead and attach several safety pins to the lining near the hem of your gown so they will be there when you need them. You can find other tips for emergency gown care at http://www.shorescleaners.com/travel-emergency-gown-care.html.
Julia lived in Winston-Salem for years and always used our Shores Fine Dry Cleaning location on Stratford Road. Time brought career changes and new cities, but she stayed in touch with Brian and continued to trust him to care for her finer items. So when it came time to clean and preserve her most prized garment -- her wedding gown -- she again reached out to Brian by mail. She simply mailed her gown from Alabama to our Stratford Road location.
The most important thing when purchasing an off the rack suit is to be sure the shoulder and thigh fit is perfect. Most tailors and seamstresses cannot make adjustments to these areas because there is no extra cloth to work with. Areas like the waist size, lower leg, and cuff length are less important because there are many alterations that can be done to adjust these areas.
So to achieve that custom look without emptying your wallet, consider the following:
First on the pants -
When it comes to a proper fit, one size does not fit all. I know that we all want our clothing to bring out the best of our natural attributes, and in a perfect world, this would be the case. There would be no need to visit a high-end clothier for a custom fitting. You could simply stroll into Macy’s, grab any suit off the rack, and viola; you’re a walking Ralph Lauren advertisement. The problem is that there is no one cut that looks great
Here’s what Janet, a bride who recently brought us her wedding dress to clean and preserve, has to say about us; “Shores Fine Dry Cleaning in Winston-Salem, NC has an excellent reputation in the area. Their experience with fine clothing, including wedding dresses and other formal dresses, gave me confidence that they would do a great job. Shores also cleaned my dress prior to my wedding as it had yellow spots, including a large darkened area from age, and they did an excellent job with it.
A few years ago, my niece desperately wanted a pair of Uggs. I briefly thought about deviating from our traditional Christmas gift of putting money into her college fund and instead buying her a pair. That was until I figured out that the pair she wanted cost nearly $200. So if you own a pair of Uggs, then you know they are not merely a pair of boots; they are actually an investment. And as with any investment, you should take good care of them.
Your wardrobe is an investment that tells your story. You depend on it to convey purpose, assist in your professional endeavors, catch the eye of that special someone, and above all maintain its value. That's where I come in. My name is Brian Harrell, and I am the General Manager of Shores Fine Dry Cleaning. I work with the hope that each of our clients enjoys their cleaning experience and feels confident that their apparel is in the best hands possible.