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Wedding Dress Alterations
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, so by extension, your wedding dress is the most important (and expensive) piece of clothing you will ever wear. Ensuring proper fit is the best way to make you feel confident on your exceptional day.
Whether you purchased your wedding gown from a high-end bridal boutique or online store, found it in your grandma’s attic or got it at a local vintage shop, we’re here to tailor your dress to a perfect fit.
Aside from fit, our experienced tailors can make whatsoever modification you desire from adding sleeves to a strapless dress, shortening a wedding dress without affecting the decorative hemline, swapping a zipper for a lace corset back and more.
Located in the heart of Toronto, on trendy Queen Street West, 3rd Floor Tailors is pleased to provide personalized and uncompromised high-quality tailoring and wedding dress alterations services for all our brides.
Our designers and tailors work with each bride one-on-one to listen and understand her needs. As a result, you will get a perfectly fitting wedding dress with all the desired details and accessories such as veils, boleros, sashes, and belts.
Vintage gown alterations
Do you want to preserve a family gown to be enjoyed by future generation? Or maybe you want to wear a family wedding gown but it requires care?
We have a wealth of experience with vintage wedding gowns. We would restore the original beauty, create a fantastic modern-day dress from your vintage gown and turn it into the piece of your dreams.
Strap Adjustment & Additions
Altering the Neckline
Taking In / Letting Out on The Hips and Waist
Taking in Around the Chest
Any Other Special Alteration
Wedding Dress Alterations FAQ
On average, you should plan at least 3 fitting appointments for your wedding dress alterations. Is some cases you might need even more. Wedding dress is the most important part of your special day. And your gown alterations process isn’t something that you want to rush. Depending on complexity and material the process can take from 2 weeks to 3 months to get it ready.