Formal education is not required to become a custom tailor, however, associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in textiles and fashion design are available. Pursuing a degree allows students to ask questions, network with professionals in the clothing industry, and practice their design and construction skills. Alternatively, technical colleges and trade schools may offer certificate programs or semester-long courses in sewing and textiles.

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  • Develop a portfolio. bespoke suits tailors can begin developing their portfolios while in school and update the portfolios as they advance through their careers. A portfolio should contain samples of original pieces the tailor has made and alteration work the tailor has completed.
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