About Us

Orez Tailoring is a service that is available for those who want to bring back life into their clothes. Our passion for fixing up clothes and our attention to detail is what makes us unique. Our goal is to have your clothes fit you well by using our expertise to alter the items to perfection, while using whatever time that is required (within the allotted/required time frame) We can assure you that your items are in the best possible hands, (we always pay) always paying close attention to detail so that the end results show no hint of alterations. With our tailoring & alterations skills, we are able to take the unfitting or damaged clothing items and restore them to look how you desire (want them to look). It can range from a simple hem shortening, to a major modification! Along with altering your unfitting clothing, we enjoy bringing back life into them with our skills of transformations. We consider transformation as a form of restyling and reconstructing, giving the items an opportunity to re-present its look by our adjustments. This is done the best when we have a hint of your style and persona.  

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