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Mumbai firm launches India's 1st mobile tailoring service
23
Apr '15
Bespoke tailoring services will now be available right at our doorsteps, thanks to the country’s first-ever mobile tailoring service initiated by a Mumbai-based custom tailoring retail store, Corporate Collars.

An answer to all kinds of quick styling requirements, the Corporate Collars on Wheels will offer prompt and precise tailoring services for both men and women along with the added benefit of a personal stylist who can advise and help customers with complete wardrobe makeovers.

According to a press statement, the concept will work in a step-by-step procedure beginning with the initial assessment of a customer’s tailoring needs, followed by suggestions and discussions on the designs and fabrics of choice, and ultimately measurements taken by professionals.

The service will be facilitated through a sleek refurbished mobile van with all the facilities meticulously designed to enhance the ease of purchase for customers with a wide variety of superior products. Prior appointments to avail the service can be booked online.

“This unique concept of Tailoring on Wheels has been initiated for working corporate men and women who are busy with the hustle and bustle of the city life. This concept really goes to where the customers are, instead of waiting for them to come. We value our customers and this concept has been designed keeping in mind the dire needs of today’s corporate audience who lack time but still want to stand apart from the crowd. I am thrilled to introduce such a unique service that is beneficial to our customers,” Harssh Chheda, the person behind Corporate Collars on Wheels and founder of the tailoring company, said while commenting on the benefits of the service. (PB)

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