Custom-made clothing might seem an unobtainable luxury, the preserve of A-listers commissioning top designers and stylists, bonus-laden City bankers at Savile Row and extravagant brides for whom off-the-peg simply won’t do.
Take, for instance, Fit Me So ( a Taiwan-based company that allows the customer to design the perfect dress on its website, choose a fabric and have it delivered to their home in around a week.
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