How it works
With the right blend of teamwork, craftsmanship, e-Commerce and best-practice, we aim to be the one-stop-shop for customers looking to get wardrobe items that suit them, hassle-free. This page explains how to access our products and services.
What we offer
- For individuals
We make custom clothes for men and simple clothes for women. These include Formal and casual Shirts, Traditional wears (Senator), Agbada, Suits (or Jacket only), Trousers, Shorts. We also provide a style consultation service where we create a personalized style report for you.
- For Organizations
We make custom branded clothes (ask us about our best selling Formula 1 inspired branded shirts) that tells a short story about your company. View some in the catalogue. We also provide etiquette training for companies and brands.
Need a Custom Work?
clothes in 5 easy steps
Provide details about clothes to be made (fit, style, features, etc).
Pay 70% or full payment of your order to get started.
Your custom clothes will be ready in 2 weeks or less. (FREE Laundry). T&C’s apply.
*Prices stated are for simple designs. Apart from Agbada, extra charge for designs requiring extra work like embroidery.
*Kid size is determined by the size and not age because some kids have adult size bodies which would require the same amount of fabric as an adult.
*The complimentary laundry may cause a slight delay on your delivery date.
Price list for Style report/consultation: N5,000 for a Plain style report,
N10,000 for a Standard style report and N20,000 for Grand style report.
How to measure yourself
When measuring yourself for a piece of men’s clothing, the most important measurements to take are chest, waist, hip circumference, as well as neck size, arm’s length, and potentially shoulder width.
Chest: Wrap the tape measure beneath your armpits and around the widest part of your chest and shoulder blades. If someone is helping you, relax both of your arms down – this will help you to keep the chest in a natural state.
Waist: Locate your natural waistline by bending towards one side and finding the crease. Then, place the tape measure around your waist making sure it’s not too loose or too snug. Also, make sure that it wraps evenly around your waist. For a standard fit, put one finger between the tape and your body when you measure.
Hip: Measuring the hip and inseam for men’s pants or shorts is the same as for women. For hip, wrap around the fullest part of your hips and buttocks. Inside Legs: For the inside leg also known as inseam, run the tape down from your groin to your lower ankle. Outside Legs: Measure from your natural waistline to the hem.
Shoulder width: This one is best taken with a partner or you can take a favorite shirt that fits nicely and measure it. Measure from the back, not the front. Place one end of the tape measure at the point where the horizontal part of the shoulder and the vertical part of the arm meet. Then run the tape across your back mimicking the natural curve of your shoulders.
Sleeve length: Again, you might want to ask a friend to help you with this. Measurements should be taken from the back by placing one end of the tape at the middle of your neck and running it down your shoulder all the way to the “meaty” part of your palm, i.e. the thenar. This will ensure you have freedom of movement when you bend your arms.
Centre Back Length: Measure from the centre of the collar seam to the hem.