UK: "Make Your Own" operator turns hand to suits
The Make Your Own Jeans company, which enables buyers to customise their own jeans, has extended its operations to custom-made suits.
The internet-based firm has launched the offshoot after success with its jeans offering.
"We have manufactured more than 20,000 pairs of jeans for our customers," says Harry Shahari, founder of Make Your Own Jeans.
"Apart from our regular orders, we have made jeans with up to 85-inch waists and 73-inch lengths. We also regularly create comfortable contemporary styles for people in wheelchairs and others with special needs."
The Mumbai, India-based firm said it has a strong customer base in the UK, US, Germany and Australia.
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