Custom Jeans Company Expands Product Line, Caters to All Shapes, Sizes and Physical Disabilities

In a world filled with people of all shapes, sizes and varying physical needs, the fashion industry has to recognize that not everyone is a perfect size. Make Your Own Jeans is a fashion-savvy company that recognizes the importance of non-conforming, eye-catching styles.

Mumbai, India (PRWEB) October 2, 2007

MakeYourOwnJeans.com (http://www.MakeYourOwnJeans.com) is a leading online source for people who want and need to customize their jeans. They have recently expanded their product line to include more than 150 different types of denims to choose from, stretch and non-stretch, and have also added suits to their lineup (http://www.MakeYourOwnSuits.com) that include sport coats.

"We have manufactured more than 20,000 pairs of jeans for our customers," Harry Shahari, founder of Make Your Own Jeans said. "Apart from our regular orders we have made jeans with up to 85-inch waists and 73-inch lengths. We also regularly create comfortable and fashionable styles for people in wheelchairs and others with special needs."

No matter what shape or size a person is, Make Your Own Jeans can create a custom-designed pair of jeans, sport coat, suit or other piece of clothing that will be attractive, appropriate and comfortable for the customer to wear. Custom clothing is offered at the lowest price possible and most custom jeans are only $45.

According to Harry, the company received such overwhelming positive feedback about the jeans that they decided to add the suit component to their product line. Custom suits start at $99, the lowest-priced bespoke suit on the Internet.

Make Your Own Jeans has established their presence in the fashion industry. They work closely with organizations that cater to people with special needs such as tall people, plus sizes, and individuals with physical disabilities. In fact, they were recently featured on the National Marfan Foundation web site as a recommended company to approach for fashion needs.

Marfan syndrome is a heritable condition that affects the connective tissue making it defective and difficult to hold the framework of the body together.

Customers are so infatuated with Make Your Own Jeans' customer service and quality of clothing that they continue to return time after time.

Make Your Own Jeans saves all their customers' measurements and refers to them when a repeat order is placed. The latest technology is used to store and retrieve measurement data for each custom-made garment.

"It must be extremely satisfying to know that you cater to a group of customers who can't seem to fit in anywhere else," Kirsten Yoder, a happy customer in Wisconsin said. "I ordered my first pair of jeans only three weeks ago; they arrived last week. I am so impressed!"

Kirsten explained that after wearing the jeans only once, they felt even better than her old standbys which never fit very well, but were the best that she could do. She is 5'9" and has a small waist, but is muscular in the thighs and legs and rarely found a pair of jeans that fit. She is ready to order her next pair and plans to tell everyone she knows about the company. She was also very impressed with the personal note that accompanied the jeans and offered encouragement and inspiration.

If the customer wants it, Harry's company can make it. The process is easy and the customer simply enters their measurements and other special requirements, if necessary, in the web site's comment box; there is one on every product page.

Harryfashion, the parent company of Make Your Own Jeans, is comprised of a team of young, dynamic clothing professionals; they have more than 25 years experience selling denim and other high-end fabrics and clothing. The company produces high-quality clothing such as jeans, jackets, suits and more. Their team of experts is involved in the process from start to end.

Make Your Own Jeans has a global presence with a strong customer base in the U.S., U.K., Germany and Australia.

People are not mass produced, so why should their clothing be? For more information, visit: http://www.MakeYourOwnJeans.com.

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