Steps to Getting Quality Bespoke Clothing
When ordering clothing direct from a manufacturer, it can sometimes be difficult to trust you’ll receive a service and end product you’re completely happy with. Having a lack of control over the manufacturing process can lead to subpar results and you feeling out of pocket for a 2nd class service.
At Orotoro, they work through their vertically integrated factories to produce bespoke clothing for their customers. With over 15 years experience and client’s that include world leading high street brands, they understand the top quality service that is required and never fall short of providing you with the best. This is mainly achieved through the total control they have over their manufacturing process which creates clothes out of quality fabrics with short lead times.
Their product range includes plain, printed and embroided tees, hoodies, polos, vests, leggings and track pants.
Their 8 week bespoke manufacture path goes through the following stages:
• Week 1
Preparing the production fabric
• Week 2 -3
Dyeing the Fabric & Approvals
• Week 4
Preparing print & embroidery
• Week 5
Preparing pre-production samples
• Week 6-7
Proceed to production
• Week 8
Finishing, quality check & packing
Each stage of this in-house, 2 month process is checked and approved. Ensuring it’s of the highest standard before it proceeds to the next step and eventually your door.
For their specially tailored bespoke clothing, Orotoro focus on 6 key service points:
• Total control over all aspects of the business
• Consistency of fabric
• Vertical factories for total control
• 20 years of print and application expertise
• Fast turnaround and low minimums
• Fulfilment allowing multiple deliveries in the UK and Europe
To learn more about how you can receive Orotoro’s bespoke service in clothing, contact them at:
Orotoro, Unit 19, North Ridge Business Park, Ivyhouse Lane, Hastings, East Sussex, TN35 4PL
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 0207 1839104