what up SUFU,
been hella busy but was finally able to find time for a fitting. I've added some pics to detail out the process. This is only a fitting, so I was measured and was able to picked out the fabric and materials that will go into my final pair. I want to point out that you should wear a pair of denim coming here so they have something to work off of. I came in bball shorts and had to put on a sample pair of fitting, took a little longer but wasn't an issue. Anyways, enough with the talk, lets see some pics - enjoy ::
PART 1 : The Fitting
1. Filling out the Form.. didn't know jeans required this many measurements but it all starts with this. Depending on the cut, they offer options of more customization.
2. Choosing your cut: They offer 4 templates to work off of. I chose Slim Tapered
3. Choosing Denim Material: this places stocks an impressive rack quality variety of denim, I saw pretty stoked at the selection of Japanese denim. But I ended up going for the 130z Cone Denim... Felt good so why not?
4. Details and accents: wasn't too used to seeing different yarn colors on my denim so choosing yarn color and pocket linings was fun. Theres also a bunch of rivets to choose from. Zipper fly only.. I was also unaware but if you have your OWN pocket-lining material you would like to use instead of theirs, bring it in. I almost rescheduled to go find fabric but their selection worked out... Den.M Bar also has the option for custom engraving on the leather patch on the back, I went with the default. I'll post for yall to see when its done..
5. Taking Measurements: I got measured from calves and hips up to waist area. Using the measurements they draw out a mock scale or template of your fit that will be used to start the bespoke process. I took pics of what they look like...
Bonus pic of the store:
Overall the entire fitting process took less than 30 minutes depending on how picky you are. The staff there were friendly and helpful, I expected snobbier - so thanks. The experience is very much like getting a custom suit. Now that the first part is over, I was told to wait a week or so before getting called in again to try on the work-in progress. From there I'll have the option to alter any measurements before getting the final product. I hope this was helpful SUFU'ers. Stay tuned for PART 2