Welcome to MySuitShop.com
We notice you are not registered for ourTailors Road Shows. We visit North America (US and Canada), Continental Europe and Australia/New Zealand, Japan and some countries in South America several times a year. By Registering for our Custom Tailoring roadshows you will be kept informed of our itinerary and can get measured in person by one of our Master Tailors.
22) What kind of cloth is linen and of what kind of material is linen composed of?
23) Can you make a custom piece of clothing from an image I send to you?
24) What are the Standards of MySuitShop.com?
25) Do you do removable collar stays on shirts?
26) I have a large group of people that I would like to order for. Can I get a discount?
27) If a charge back or Credit has been issued to my Card, Why do I not see it in my Card Statement ?
28) What is cotton? What are its uses?
29) What are the Payment Options for my custom order?
30) Do you ship to / deliver to UK ? USA ? Australia ? What countries do you ship to ? How long does it take to arrive ?
To obtain a price for any garment, please visit one of our collections or catalogues as displayed in the main menu and select the custom piece of clothing you wish to have made to measure. The prices in accordance are displayed alongside each type of garment. The workmanship or construction of the custom clothing remains the same through out all the collections. You can also visit our Compare Prices page to review a full price list as compared to comparable garments elsewhere in the world and on the internet. You can also find great discounts in our Sales categories and in our Special Offers page. [Top]
Linen is from flax, a bast fiber taken from the stalk of the plant. The luster is from the natural wax content. Creamy white to light tan, this fiber can be easily dyed and the color does not fade when washed. Linen does wrinkle easily but also presses easily. Linen, like cotton, can also be boiled without damaging the fiber. Highly absorbent and a good conductor of heat, this fabric is cool in garments.
However, constant creasing in the same place in sharp folds will tend to break the linen threads. This wear can show up in collars, hems, and any area that is iron creased during the laundering. Linen has poor elasticity and does not spring back readily [Top]
This could be in instances when all the individuals at your workplace would like to place an order, or instances where a social group you belong to, such as a church choir, would like to place a collective order or even instances such as when a group of people wish to dress alike for an occassion such as in weddings.
For us to be able to offer a price quote for your consideration, kindly Email us the following information -
a) The total number of individuals you wish to place orders for.
b) The total number of garments you wish to order.
c) The fabric number (as shown in our Fabrics List) page that you wish to order from.
d) The styles of each of the garments you wish to order.
e) The colours that the garments are to be in.
f) The delivery deadline you wish us to work with.
g) The proposed date you wish to proceed with the orders.
h) The proposed price target you would like to work with.
i) Whether you wish us to make a consolidated shipment of the whole order or whether you wish each individual´s order to be shipped directly to the individual.
Having this pertinent information will allow us to tailor an offer to your requirements and budget.
You can also use our Wedding Orders Form to get great discounts for orders for your wedding party. Styles, fabrics, colours and a host of customizations can be used to personalize the wardrobe for your marriage entourage! [Top]
Its production is one of the major factors in world prosperity and economic stability.
Cotton "breathes". What would we do without cotton? Since cotton wrinkles, polyester was added to give it wash and wear properties for a busy world. In recent times, the consumer determined that polyester, although easier to care for, took away the cool from cotton and also added a "pilling" effect to cotton/polyester blends.
Consumers now often request "100% Cotton". Permanent finishes also added to the all cotton fabric gave a wash and wear property to cotton. cotton. The cotton fiber is from the cotton plant´s seed pod The fiber is hollow in the center and, under a microscope looks like a twisted ribbon. "Absorbent" cotton will retain 24-27 times its own weight in water and is stronger when wet than dry. This fiber absorbs and releases perspiration quickly, thus allowing the fabric to "breathe".
Cotton can stand high temperatures and takes dyes easily. Chlorine bleach can be used to restore white garments to a clear white but this bleach may yellow chemically finished cottons or remove color in dyed cottons.
Boiling and sterilizing temperatures can also be used on cotton without disintegration. Cotton can also be ironed at relatively high temperatures, stands up to abrasion and wears well.
Mercerized cotton is treated to permanently straighten the cotton fibers which then becomes a smooth, rod-like fiber that is uniform in appearance with a high luster. Cotton is often blended with other fibers such as polyester, linen, wool, to "blend" the best properties of each fiber. [Top]
Our resellers and Franchisees have payment options customized to their individual situations on a case by case basis.
Among others, we accept payment by bank to bank transfers, by certified cashiers/bankers cheques, by third party transfers such as via western union and most popularly, via our secure online payment forms using all major credit and debit cards. We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express via our online system and Discover, Visa, MasterCard and American Express as well as echecks via Paypal. [Top]
Contact : Telephone & Facsimile
My Suit Shop is a respected member of The Association of Sewing and Design Professionals of America and an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Terms and Conditions of Use
DISCLAIMER: All style photos are copyrighted by the publisher or photographer. mysuitshop.com makes no copyright claim to these photos.