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Why don't men buy clothes on Massdrop?
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I've been doing made to measure clothing for a few years now. It can be a daunting thing at first, especially when taking measurements on your own. It is however a complicated matter in offering to a mass group of people, as things that are measured and created for an individual are usually non-refundable since it cannot be returned and re-sold; And it becomes an argument of whether the consumer measured incorrectly or the vendor/factory made an error. Choosing fabrics and colors online can also be a little challenging, but once you've seen enough fabrics you have an idea of what it will look/feel like in person. I spend a lot of time making sure colors are accurate when displaying them because they are an important factor when purchasing products. You would be amazed at how different something can look on your laptop versus your phone. Definitely takes a leap of faith, but once you know the quality/ fit of something, it makes things a lot easier.