^For decades I assumed buying store bought, generic sized attire was good enough until I gave in and invested in a custom tailored suit for myself^. ^I'd always thought of it as an unnecessary luxury, something wealthy dictators wear while slaves fed them dried figs^. ^I tried on a custom suit and everything changed^. The process of having a custom-made suit was way less fatiguing and cheaper than I'd believed. I entered the tailor and organic dry cleaning shop (most tailors also offer dry cleaning) and was hastened from one side of the store to the next by a outgoing tailor with an old-school demeanor as we glanced over fabric shades and designs. After I picked out the shades and designs I wanted the tailor helped me pick a style. Next came measurements, and it was the most kingly I've felt in awhile. But none of that approached to when, two days and one fitting later, I put on the finished product. I realize it's overused, but it fit like a glove. Thinking back as I write this I don't why I had a preconceived stance toward custom tailoring. Afterwards. I had to bring in the rest of my wardrobe to have them fit to my exact size. Better yet, the tailor could even perform flood restoration for my clothes that'd had water damage the previous spring.fur cleaning Washington D.C.