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Question DetailsAsked on 4/30/2014

Where can I find an Alteration / Tailor that's open on Sunday in the Atlanta area?

Have a few suits and the pants need hemming. Trying to look for an Alteration / Tailor that's open on Sunday (my only open day) in the Atlanta area.

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Highly likely you will find a shop that is open.

A couple of alternatives for you:

1) negotiate with your boss to start early or work late one day to get an hour or so off to go to a tailor, and cannot get there during your lunch break.

2) arrange for an at-home or night appointment for your fitting - then again when they are done for final fit check and payment. Likely to be somewhat more expensive, but if that is what you need.

3) check with a local full-service men's clothing store that is open on Sundays and does alterations - some will do custom alterations on clothing even if you did not buy it there, or their tailor might welcome an on-the-side evening job.

4) contact a concierge service - they commonly have contacts in most personal service industries for odd-hour service - though pricey, plus they mark up the service cost 25-50%.

5) search for an individual seamstress who does suits as well as dresses and can get together after hours or Sunday for a fitting. If all you need is pant hemming, that is very simple and any seamstress should be able to do that.

6) find a tailor who is open later at night or will perhaps open early for you to do the fitting, and for pickup.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


Oops - my mistake - I meant highly UNLIKELY you will find a shop open on Sundays.

rest of comments read good

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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