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Custom Fajas

High quality Fajas customized to fit your unique shape, comfort and compression needs.

Schedule an appointment to get your customized faja.

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Alteration Services

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Experience Tailoring Excellence at Sew Snatched Contours

Are you tired of struggling with ill-fitting clothes? Do you have garments that you love but just don't quite fit right? Look no further than Sew Snatched Contours for all your alteration needs.

Our Alteration Services:

  • Custom Tailoring: We specialize in custom tailoring, ensuring that your clothing fits you perfectly. Whether it's a faja, suit, dress, or pair of jeans, our expert tailors will make the necessary adjustments to enhance your comfort and style.

  • Resizing: Has your weight changed? Don't worry; we can resize your clothing to match your current body shape. Say goodbye to clothes that no longer fit.

  • Hemming: Whether your pants are too long or your sleeves need shortening, our skilled seamstress will hem your garments precisely to your desired length.

  • Repairs: Don't toss your favorite clothes or fajas due to minor damage. We offer repair services for ripped seams, broken zippers, and more. 

  • Restyling: Give your old clothes a fresh look with our restyling services. We can transform outdated or oversized items into trendy, well-fitting pieces.

precise Measurement Services

Visits our Sew Snatched Contours Boutique in Bowie, MD.

 To Get Your Precise Measurements

If you are unable to visit our boutique, don't worry!

You can still get accurate measurements by following these simple steps:

Waist Measurement:

  1. Locate the smallest part of your waist, typically just above your belly button.

  2. Gently bend to the side; the natural crease that forms is your waistline.

  3. Using a measuring tape, wrap it around your waist snugly but not too tight to get an accurate measurement.

Hips Measurement:

1. Wear form-fitting clothing, avoiding loose or fluffy garments.

2. Stand in front of a full-length mirror to ensure correct placement.

3. Locate the widest part of your hips, typically at the top of your hip bones.

4. Use a measuring tape to measure around this point to get an accurate hip measurement.

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