When people hear ‘made to measure’ they immediately think either menswear or expensive. But made to measure clothes are not as unattainable as you may think.
Check out why made to measure is a good idea.
We all know that when it comes to women's clothing, sizes are bizarre and inconsistent. Even if we can find the perfect fit in one shop, the chances are another style in the same shop will fit differently and it will definitely be different in another shop.
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We believe Made to measure clothes are a good investment for you and the planet. Made to measure clothes were once the preserve of male CEOs or female fashionistas. Big on style and just as big on the purse.
However, personalised style is becoming increasingly affordable and women are now enjoying the process of having pieces made just for them.
Anyone can wear a pencil skirt. A sleek silhouette it is universally flattering and is a piece that should form part of any capsule wardrobe. And it just so happens that this season, fashion is infatuated with them. Prada and Balenciaga sent models down the runway in pencil skirts and tweed was a massive style statement this season.
Sonning's most famous (and stylish) resident Amal Clooney might not have put in an appearance at the Smart Works Annual Fundraising Lunch at Sonning's stunning Coppa Club but there were plenty of stylish ladies in attendance.