These days, with hairstylists and manicurists who’ll show up on your doorstep at the push of a button and services such as same-day shipping for e-commerce purchases, there’s little need to leave your house. One less errand you’ll have to run now? Going to the tailor.
The New York Times reports that Men’s Wearhouse founder George Zimmer has launched an app called zTailors—and it’s already been dubbed the Uber for tailors. The app has already onboarded over 600 tailors in major cities across the country and plans to ramp up to 1,000 on-call across all states by year-end. Prices will range from $16 to hem a pair of pants to $20 to taper a shirt.
As we’ve discussed time and again, a nip in the waist of a blazer or re-hemming a skirt can make all the difference in your look. So now—with on-demand, in-home fixer-uppers—you have no excuse not to take your wardrobe to the next level