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Jeans -- How to Achieve the Perfect Fit

Jeans: we all want 'em, we all need 'em, but when it comes to finding the perfect pair, they can be frustratingly elusive. If you're like most people, at some point in time you've searched high and low for a pair of flattering, stylish denim jeans. You may have tried on hundreds of pairs only to find there isn't one style that meets all your needs. You may even have found THE PERFECT JEAN and gone back to buy more, but discovered the brand stopped making them!

the tailored fit jeans alterations

Well, denim lovers, do not despair. The Tailored Fit is here to help you achieve the jean fit of your dreams. No, we're not talking about a hem that would make them look like your mom shortened them for you at home. (When we hem denim we give you the option of keeping the original hem!) We're talking about making other alterations that, while seemingly small, will have a major impact on the fit of your favorite jean.

thetailored fit denim alterations

A common complaint for women is a waist gap. The seat of the jeans makes your behind look amazing, but when you bend down, there is suddenly a breeze at your backside. We can simply take in the waist to resolve that problem. Similarly, sometimes the waist is already a little big, but maybe you've dropped 10 pounds and now the seat is too loose. We can take in both the waist and seat. Perhaps you've found a great pair of jeans that fit your thighs perfectly, but again, the waist and seat are a bit too roomy. Yup, another waist and seat take-in.

Men: sometimes you just have to admit that you don't have enough junk in the trunk to fill out a pair of jeans the way you'd like. We can take in the seat, and even the thighs, to sculpt your denim to your derriere and really highlight your heiney.

mens jeans the tailored fit

Stop dreading shopping for denim, folks. The Tailored Fit has you covered, and we'll help take the stress out of your quest for the perfect pair of jeans. Remember: one size does NOT fit all; sometimes we have to do a little fine tuning.

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