The Fitting Room on Edward is Queensland’s largest and most trusted suit alterations tailor. Our specialty is the alterations and styling of men’s suits.
We are re-inventing the alterations industry. Instead of being the traditional seamstresses, we are the first alterations business in Australia to teach men how suits should be worn. Our clients are armed with the knowledge of what their shape is, how a suit should fit to complement their style and boost their confidence, and how they should look after their suits to maximise their investment. We also adjust and alter womenswear ranging from casualwear, formalwear and bridal. Our tailors have over 15 years experience tailoring specifically for women to get the perfect fit.
Clare Sheng took over her mum’s small clothing alterations service in 2011, after a career as a community pharmacist. She grew the family business into a seven-figure business. It is now the largest independent alterations tailor in Queensland. Clare was awarded the 2017 Lord Mayor’s Multicultural Young Business Person award, 2017 Small Business Champion Award in Fashion, and most recently received a double nomination in the Lord Mayor’s Business Awards, in the Business Innovation Category, and the Young Business Person Category. Clare is the proud writer of her first book, The Suit Book, which is available here.
Mylene (pronounced Mee-Lan) has been in the clothing alterations and manufacturing industry for over 25 years. Originally from Mauritius, she is a grandma to a beautiful toddler girl and loves to have a good laugh. Mylene also loves a challenge; no alteration is too big or too small for her. Whatever the problem, Mylene will find the answer and help you look your best.
The first thing you will notice about Madeline is her infectious laughter. A bit of a jack of all trades, she has a background in fashion design, customer management and even conveyancing. When she is not busy planning her next overseas adventure, you will find Maddy either wandering around the city with her trusty trolley or keeping the tailors entertained with her silly stories.