A bespoke two piece wedding suit* for the groom and house-style modern cheongsam** for the bride at $2,380 (U.P$2,780)
*selection from house fabric. Suit in full canvassed and non-functional buttonholes sleeves, and no edge stitching.
** selection from house collection of brocade, or linen. Add -on accessories are not included.
Package limited to first ten couples only.
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Why I Love It:
Out of all the tailors listed on this webshop, Meiko Tailor is arguably the only true blue bespoke option. There’s no template used at Meiko Tailor, as everything is custom-made from scratch, based upon an individual’s specific measurements. The experience of Uncle Chung (who has been doing tailoring longer than even my parents have been alive) shone through during my experience at Meiko Tailor. In addition, Meiko Tailor boasts a local in-house production. Not only does that translate to more stringent quality control and greater consistency (Uncle Chung personally inspects every finished garment), it also allows Meiko Tailor to offer one of the shortest lead times amongst bespoke tailors. The lead time of bespoke tailoring is often 1-2 months – due to Meiko Tailor’s in-house production, their usual lead time is just 28 to 35 days (surcharge applicable for urgent orders under 21 days). Overall, if you’re looking for an affordable bespoke tailor with an emphasis on craftsmanship, or simply need a well-crafted suit in a jiffy, I highly recommend paying Meiko Tailor a visit.