TO THE WORLD OF
MADE TO MEASURE
I would like to personally Thank you for choosing to be part of our family. We take great pride in the excellence and quality of our products and services and it is our goal to fulfill your expectations with the best experience. We hope you enjoy your Garments as much as we enjoyed curating them for you and we look forward to assisting you in your next visit. Our TBCo. RESERVE made-to-measure garments are constructed to fit each customer individually based on their personal body measurements and sewn with great care and attention to detail. From the cutting of the fabric to the hand sewn buttons and button holes, our tailors are passionate to deliver the best quality and fit in the custom suit industry.
OUR CUSTOM GARMENTS
-Hand sewn lining
-Slip stitched loops
-Hand sewn Buttons
-Hand pad stitch
-D tacked pockets
-Hand sewn buttons
-Button holes sewn by hand
-Armhole sewn by hand
-Hand pick stitching
CARE GUIDE FOR YOUR NEW
CUSTOM MADE GARMENT
A man's dress suit is one of the most valuable additions to most men's wardrobes.
So knowing how to care for and clean a dress suit is something that all men should
be knowledgeable about.
Most Men’s Suit fabrics contain a certain percentage of wool fibers. The particular
properties of Wool Fibers are extremely beneficial for cloth making. Being an
organic fiber with a semi-spiral shape, it naturally wicks away moisture. Wool
fibers are naturally hypoallergenic, and they are resistant to dust mites, mould/
mildew and bacteria growth.
Dry Cleaning uses a Chemical called Perchloroethylene (or Perc) to remove dirt
and oils from fabrics. This powerful chemical strips the wool fibers of their
natural oils and causes them to become brittle. Excessive exposure to Perc
cleaners will render your fabrics weak, dull and eventually unwearable.
The absolute maximum amount of dry cleaning a suit should be subjected is
3 times per year. If you wear your suit twice per week or less, your suit should
be Dry cleaned 1 time per year.
CARING FOR YOUR CUSTOM SUIT
BETWEEN DRY CLEANING VISITS
-Rotate your suits 24-48 hours
-Lightly steam wrinkles before wearing
-Use a horse hair brush to relax fibers
-Allow to hang on a wide shoulder hanger
-Keep in an enclosed space or garment bag
-Use a cedar block to keep fresh