Final tailoring is done in-house at The Natty Dresser saving you time and money.
The Natty Dresser is a proud member
of the nation's oldest trade association:
The Custom Tailors and Designers Association.
Here’s How to Get Your Custom Suit in 6-8 weeks.
It’s easy to own your very own hand-created, perfectly tailored suit. Here’s how:
1. Call us and book an appointment with Oscar to get started.
2. At the consultation, you’ll choose a fabric and we’ll take your measurements. This will take anywhere from an hour-and-a-half to three hours. Wear clothing that makes it easy to measure you — a close-fitting t-shirt or polo and pair of chinos is perfect.
Note: If you have a suit that fits you relatively well, please bring it with you. We can use it as a starting point to define what you’re looking for in a suit.
3. We’ll place the order with the tailoring house and your new suit should arrive within 6-8 weeks.
4. Once the suit is here, we’ll call you to come try it on. At that point, we’ll mark for hems and discuss other alterations.
5. Depending on the alterations required, you will be able to pick up your suit in two to seven days.
A finely tailored suit is within reach! Let The Natty Dresser’s made-to-measure service craft a custom suit you’ll be proud of for years to come. Call us at (541) 248-3561 and get started today!
There is nothing more incredible than the look — and feel — of a bespoke suit.
Whether you need to look perfect for a job interview, meeting, or special occasion, a hand-tailored suit will provide a spot-on fit in the material and color you desire.
Worried about cost? At the Natty Dresser, we have three tailoring options from which to choose. One is sure to fit your needs.
Getting your custom, made-to-measure suit is easy with the Natty Dresser.
First, decide which of our three levels is right for your budget:
Level One — Private Label Created by Renowned U.S. Tailoring House, Adrian Jules
Level Two — Full-Canvas with Same Quality Fabrics as Level One
Level Three — Half-Canvas from China, with a Nice Selection of Fabrics