^After decades of wearing store bought, generic sized attire I gave in and indulged myself and invested in a custom tailored three piece^. ^I always thought of it as an unnecessary indulgence, something filthy dictators wear while handfed berries by slaves^. ^Once I tried on my tailored suit, my whole perspective adjusted^. The process of having a custom-made suit was much less laborious and more affordable than I'd thought. I entered the tailor and organic dry cleaning store (most tailors also do dry cleaning) and was whisked from one corner of the store to the next by a sociable tailor with an old-school demeanor as we perused fabric shades and patterns. After I choose the shades and patterns I desired the tailor helped me select a style. After that came measurements, and it was the most noble I've felt in my life. But none of that compared to when, two days and one fitting after, I tried on the finished product. I realize it's cliche, but it fit like a glove. Thinking back as I write this I don't why I had a cynical stance toward custom tailoring. I couldn't help but take the rest of my wardrobe to have them adjusted to the correct size. Better yet, the tailor could even perform flood restoration for my clothes that'd had water damage the previous year.leather dry cleaners Washington D.C.