Organic Dry Cleaning is the Earth Safe Method to Have Your Clothes Looking Like New

For decades I assumed buying store bought, generic sized attire was good enough until I gave in and invested in a custom tailored suit for myself. I'd always thought of it as an excessive luxury, something filthy dictators wear while slaves handfed them grapes. I wore a handmade suit and everything changed. The process of having a custom-made suit was entirely less onerous and more affordable than I'd believed. I went into the tailor and organic dry cleaning store (most tailors also do dry cleaning) and was dashed from one side of the store to the next by a friendly tailor with an old-school attitude as we glanced over fabric pigments and patterns. After I choose the pigments and patterns I wanted the tailor helped me pick a style. Next came the fitting, and it was the most aristocratic I've felt in awhile. But none of that paralleled to when, a few days and one fitting subsequent, I tried on the final product. I realize it's cliche, but it fit like a glove. Looking back as I write this I don't why I had a prejudiced attitude toward custom tailoring. Afterwards. I had to bring in the rest of my clothes to have them adjusted to my exact specifications. Better yet, the tailor could even perform flood restoration for my attire that'd had water damage last spring.area rug cleaning mclean va