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5 reasons to get a bespoke suit from Bobby’s Fashions

By Sponsored content 16 September 2019
When all it takes is a mere five to fifteen seconds to form a first impression about a person, dressing well is all the more important. Hong Kong’s leading Bespoke Tailor, Bobby’s Fashions, offers custom-made clothing and bespoke suit designs that will not only boost your confidence, but also highlight your personal style to help you stand out from the crowd of corporate suits. Read on to find out why you should invest in bespoke clothing:

Bobby's Fashions Hong Kong Office Showroom

Trusted brand

Founded in 1952, Bobby’s Fashions is a family-run business that is now managed by third-generation brothers Nick and Bobby. Over the years, this longstanding company has consistently been recognized as one of Hong Kong’s most trusted tailors by the Hong Kong Tourism Board as well as a number of publications, including South China Morning Post and the Asian Wall Street Journal. Their reputation has earned them customers from around the world, including famous celebrities and global companies. As you enter the store, be prepared to be wowed by photos of past customers like Kobe Bryant and Jackie Chan. What better reassurance and motivation for a bespoke clothing order than knowing that superstars are dressed in suits made by the same tailors?

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Numerous styles and options

Apart from the obvious suits, shirts, and tuxedos, Bobby’s Fashions also offers bespoke dresses, blouses, skirts, overcoats, and leather jackets for ladies as well. Stocking over 20,000 high-quality fabrics from famed brands such as Ermenegildo Zegna, Scabal, and Holland & Sherry, they have everything from cashmere wool to silk and linen. Each and every garment is fully customisable, whether you want a bigger pocket, an extra button, or even an unusual collar design. Right now, they even have a special groom and groomsmen package for those preparing for a wedding.

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Quick turnaround time

Thanks to the company’s in-house workshop, customers are able to pick up their bespoke suit or outfit with a swift turnaround time of 2–3 days. Perfect for business travellers who are in Hong Kong for a short trip, or if you’re last-minute shopping for a dress to attend a wedding or special event.

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Need a new bespoke suit for an upcoming event, but you’re stuck in meetings the whole day? Want to get your entire team of staff suited up in a new uniform? Bobby’s Fashions does convenient door-to-door solutions, which includes going up to offices and hotels for on-site measurements, consultations, and delivery. Talk about all-round customer service!

Bobby’s Fashion

High-quality service

Customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance to Nick and Bobby, who oftentimes give out their personal contacts to shoppers in case of emergencies and to answer any and all queries in a direct and approachable manner. To guarantee top-notch service, Bobby’s Fashions even provides complimentary alterations to all garments in a one-year span—even if you lose 30 pounds within the year, they are more than happy to alter the clothes so you’ll be back to looking snazzy in no time. Dressing well could encourage positive thinking, confidence, and self-empowerment. As Bobby Daswani himself says it, “God makes you a man, Bobby makes you a gentleman.” Now offering all Localiiz readers a free upgrade to premium Italian fabric Vitale Barberis Canonico when purchasing suits, here’s another reason to visit Bobby’s Fashions today!

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