Brides to be can be assured their gowns will fit perfectly even if they are bought off the peg or second hand when they give them the Emms Alterations treatment. This specialist sewing shop provides a premium service to ensure an exquisite fit and finish to each remarkable garment.
With wedding gowns typically made of sumptuous fabrics which are notoriously difficult to work with, such as silk, lace and taffeta, most brides would only entrust them to experienced professionals with a great reputation. Emms Alterations ticks those boxes most emphatically and is greatly favoured not only by brides but also by the bridegrooms and their best men, not to mention mums and sisters.
Emms Alterations carries out the most intricate alterations, not only taking up, taking in and letting out but also boning and beading of bodices, shortening straps, lifting shoulders and many other variations.
The company works on all special occasion wear for both men and women and it also alters everyday wear and makes garments from scratch, ensuring the best possible look and feel for people of all shapes and sizes.
In starting the business, owner Sam Broadway was paying tribute to grandmother, the late Myrtle Firminger. She owned Emms Haberdashery, which still operating successfully nearby in Droitwich High Street, in the hands of his mother.
27 Tenby House,
Telephone 01905 778 381