NLefashion Premium Tailor Shop

NLefashion Guarantee, Terms & Conditions

We are dedicated to delivering a perfect result every time and provide you with the peace of mind you deserve when altering your special occasion dress, bridal gown, or men’s suit.

Everything altered by us undergoes high standards of quality control inspections before leaving our shop. Our goal is to complete your order as soon as possible. If your order is in a less-than-perfect condition, please get in touch with us and we will take care of it! 


Due to the personalized approach of our alterations service, we strive to ensure each modification meets your exact specifications. We commit to doing our utmost to achieve perfection for your garment. However, we understand that unique circumstances may arise. In such instances, we consider issuing refunds on a case-by-case basis.


We only use the highest standards, therefore, we offer a 1-month warranty. If you notice a defect upon receiving your item, please let us know and we will fix it.


We accept cash, debit and e-transfer as valid methods of payment. Our clients must pay 50% to place the order. You should provide the payment in full during the pick up by all the options mentioned above.


You can pick up your apparel from our store located at 5146 Dundas St W, Etobicoke, ON M9A 1C2. In that case, clients are responsible for handling and transportation. NLefashion assumes no responsibility for any damage done to the product while being picked up by a client.

Why we might refuse to alter a certain item?

Fabric Limitations and Structural Integrity
One of the primary reasons we may refuse to alter a customer’s item is due to fabric limitations. Fabrics such as delicate silk or sequined materials can be challenging to alter without compromising their structural integrity or beauty. Altering these types of fabrics requires a high level of expertise and finesse while ensuring the final product’s quality remains uncompromised. We must consider fabric stretch, pattern placement, and intricate detailing that can affect the overall outcome of the alteration.

Fabric limitations can also be attributed to the garment’s overall structural integrity. We may refuse to alter a garment if it would compromise the garment’s shape, strength, or durability. For example, a garment with minimal seam allowance or fabric may not allow our tailor to make the requested alteration without causing further damage to the garment. In such scenarios, it is the tailor’s professional responsibility to decline the alteration request.

Design or Construction Challenges
We may refuse to alter a garment that presents design or construction challenges. In some cases, the alteration process may require excessive time and effort, making it economically unviable. Asymmetrical designs, complex patterns, and unconventional construction techniques are some examples of design challenges that may influence the tailor’s decision.

Additionally, altering garments made with delicate fabrics like silk or sequins can compromise their structural integrity. Other factors like fabric stretch, pattern placement, and intricate detailing can also impact the overall outcome of the alteration. 

Note: It’s crucial to understand the tailor’s professional expertise and respect their judgment in choosing not to alter an item. Collaborating with the tailor and discussing potential design or construction obstacles can help reach a mutual understanding and achieve the desired alteration.

Fit and Proportional Issues
When it comes to alterations, fit and proportional issues are some of the most common reasons why our tailor may refuse to proceed with a customer’s request. A garment’s design and construction are carefully thought out to ensure the best possible fit and appearance, and altering it significantly can compromise its original intent.

If the requested alteration requires significant changes to the original design, such as altering the waistline, shoulder width, or overall silhouette, our tailor may decline the request. This is because such alterations can result in an ill-fitting garment that does not look visually appealing to the wearer.

Another challenge with fit and proportional issues is that it can be difficult to achieve a perfect outcome. For instance, altering the length of trousers can change the appearance of their hem or overall profile. It can be a challenge to make minor adjustments that do not affect the garment’s appearance.