How much does it cost to tailor a dress?

I recently bought a dress thats size M & I’m a size S and I want to get it tailored to my size.

Is it expensive? Whats the price range for tailoring? Or would I be better off returnng the dress and getting something else?

6 thoughts on “How much does it cost to tailor a dress?

  1. Chances are you wont spend more then $60 bucks.

    Go to a couple places and see what the price is.

    good luck

  2. about like $55 because the tailor probably has to take in from almost everywhere. maybe you should just buy a new dress.

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  3. Hi,

    That is a difficult question to answer without actually looking at the dress but as a tailor myself, I can provide you with a rough estimate. At Park Avenue Tailors, we charge anywhere from $25 to $35 per seam on a dress. Most likely, 2 seams will need to be altered to bring it down from a Medium to a Small.

    The estimate on this dress alteration would likely be $50 to $70. Good luck.

    Park Avenue Tailors – New York

  4. Yes I agree with Park Avenue, it is difficult to give an accurate estimate until we see the dress on you. Then once we know what needs to be done and where we can look at the dresses construction and tell you what the cost will be.
    Best Regards,
    Alterations Inc, Phoenix

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