Why You Should Have Tailored Outfits For Your Wedding

For a couple deeply rooted in love, there is no bigger day in your lives as lovers than your wedding day and that’s why you must make the best of it. While planning, it easy to get fixated all the other overwhelming details and ignore how important your dressing is or means on this day.

Most couples think that it’s much easier to walk into a bridal shop and find a nice gown and suit. Perhaps even the maid dresses and groomsmen suits too. It’s all nothing but true because with vendors now listed on www.mikolo.com, it’s much easier to find the best attires to wear on your wedding day.

But have you thought of having tailored outfits for your wedding day? Most of the couples I have interacted with in the past that opted for already made attires than having tailored outfits said they worried about tailors messing up with the designs. They feared that a tailor wouldn’t get the designs perfectly well as expected, which is by the way very possible according to Suzan Kirabo of SUKI The Out Fit Destination.

However, this is only bound to happen if you use an amateur or someone whose expertise is in mending clothes and tailoring simple dresses among other small things. Bridal attires and suits, on the other hand, are completely something else. They’re not so easy to make.

Nonetheless, such worries are no more today with www.mikolo.com having listed the professionals for you—so it will be easy to find the right service provider with the necessary experience to make your outfits.


Style is a pretty major aspect for most weddings—we consider the venue, the decorations, centerpieces, flowers, and runners. It’s basically all about the perfect details. That’s why it’s such a crime to under-look your outfits. Although a made outfit can be nice, some are even fairly looking good but nothing looks or feels better than a nice custom attire.

A tailored attire is something that speaks to your individuality. “Tailored outfits give you the chance to have your own design. You may pick a few ideas from already made items from somewhere and add some detail to it by yourself and come up with your own creation,” says Suzan Kirabo, the manager at SUKI the Out Fit Destination.

When you invest in custom outfits, not only will they perfect fit, but you also have the say in the style, the colours, the lapel and buttons (for the groom suit). In other words, you’re in charge.

Comfort and Quality  

Despite being an incredibly special, the average wedding day is also especially long. It’s always a great deal longer than you’d expect, no matter how tight and scheduled the itinerary. That means you’ll want wedding outfits that can handle everything from dancing, eating, running around to mingle with family and friends, all while remaining comfortable. No one wants to spend the best day of their life feeling itchy or uneasy, worrying about uncomfortable creases, or feeling confined by shoulders that are too tight.

When you get custom tailored attires, you’re dealing with professionals who understand what it is you need from your outfit. “Already made attires are sometimes very expensive as compared to tailored outfits,” reveals Suzan Kirabo. If you’re ever going to invest in a special garment, your wedding is definitely the time to do it. Why spend money on a professional wedding photographer if you’re unwilling to invest in well-made outfits?

Although Kirabo admits that some fabrics in already made outfits are difficult to come across in Uganda, a couple must be flexible to take on similar fabrics that are available on the market.

Remember, a picture is worth a thousand words, and you want to look back on your big day with pride. Take a look at Omari and Solome’s wedding photos. They had their outfits tailored by SUKI The Out Fit Destination, a service provider listed under www.mikolo.com




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