20% OFF Formal And Ball Alterations

Formal Alterations kissimmee

20% OFF Formal Alterations

20% OFF formal and ball alterations: We can alter just about anything from Wedding or Prom gowns to pageantry gowns or flower girl dresses. Nothing is too big or too small for us.

Expires Friday, July 15, 2016

Men’s Formal Alterations Seamstress Suits, Tuxedos

Men's Formal Alterations Seamstress

Men’s Formal Alterations Seamstress

Men’s Formal Alterations Seamstress

Of all the factors involved in making a man look good, fit is paramount. It’s the difference between looking sloppy and turning out sharp. Making a great first impression or shooting yourself in the foot.

Yet finding the perfect-fitting shirt, pants or suit is virtually impossible when buying off-the-peg. Sure, pull and tug your way through a few different sizes and you’ll find one that fits well but a glove-like fit can’t be bought.

Which is where a Eve’s Alterations comes in. With a good tailor on speed dial you’ll have all kinds of sartorial sorcery at your fingertips — from giving tired pieces a new lease of life to making a high street suit look a whole lot more expensive.

Disney Cast Members Discount


Eve’s Alterations Disney Cast Members Discount

Disney Cast Members Discount

Disney Cast Members discount. Receive 10% on any clothes alterations. Share with other cast members. Offer always valid with Disney Cast Member ID.

Prom Dress & Evening Gown Alterations

Prom Dress & Evening Gown Alterations Seamstress

Look Stunning in any gown Eve’s Alterations

Even the best-designed dresses and apparel need some adjustments. Our experts fit and sew your garment as if it were made just for you. Eve’s Alterations will help make the most of your formal occasion be it Prom Dress or evening gown, just bring your formal dress or attire in for a fitting and leave the rest to us.

Alterations We Do:

  • Wedding Gown Alterations
  • Prom Dress and Homecoming Alterations
  • Quince Dress Alterations
  • Cocktail Dress Alterations
  • Formal Evening Gown Alterations
  • And Much More…

How To Zip Up Your Dress When Alone

How To Zip Up Your Dress When Alone


Zip Up Your Dress

You’re getting ready for the big party and you are supremely excited about your dress. It’s is perfect, aside from the fact that it has a punishingly long zipper down the back and you’re home alone. But seriously, this dress is awesome and not wearing it is out of the question. Here’s what you do.

What you need: A long ribbon, string or shoelace.

What you do: Thread the ribbon/string/shoelace through a hole in the zipper, and then step into the dress. With one hand, grab the ends of the ribbon behind your back and pull it over your shoulder. As you pull, it will zip all the way up.

Why it works: Because you’re an independent genius–that’s why.

Shopping For A Wedding Dress? 8 Tips

Shopping For A Wedding Dress

Shopping For A Wedding Dress? 8 Tips


Shopping For A Wedding Dress? 8 Tips

For some brides-to-be, Shopping For A wedding dress can be thrilling, while—for others—it’s an nightmare. Regardless shopping for a dress is inevitable. To help make the arduous (and often dramatically overblown) process easier, we’ve compiled 8 wedding dress shopping tips that every bride should know.

MORE: What to Wear to a Wedding: A Complete Guide
1. EAT first.
A grumpy, angry bride isn’t cute, so make sure you eat before you shop. No time? Bring nuts or fruit with you. It might sound silly, but being cranky can weigh on your patience—and might cause an “ugh” reaction to everything you try on.

2. Do yourself up a little.
While you don’t need to go full-out with beauty when trying on dresses (ahem, foundation stains), it pays to arrive at the store with your toned-down hair and makeup (as opposed to a rolled-out-of-bed topknot and blotchy skin.) It’ll give you a much better picture of how the dress will look when all the moving parts come together. Plus, having a good hair-and-skin day can boost your confidence, likely making you more amenable to looking in the mirror all day long.

3. Shoe structure is key.
Already have the shoes you’re wearing to your wedding? Great, bring ’em along. If you don’t, it’s key to bring footwear you know will be similar, both in heel height and in silhouette. Various shoe structures can dramatically alter the way clothing falls, especially hems.

For example, a sleek stiletto with a low vamp and a super-skinny kitten heel will make the hem of a gown lay quite differently than a shoe with a thick ankle strap and a huge platform, or a shoe that’s adorned with embellishments or hardware.

4. Wear—or bring—the right undergarments.
Without wearing proper undergarments to try on wedding dresses, the trip can pretty much be considered a waste. After all, there’s not a woman alive who hasn’t experienced the transformative powers of the right shapewear or bra.

If you’re going shopping without a clear-cut picture of what type of dress you’d like, bring a few different options, such as a strapless bra, a push-up bra, a thong, and various pieces of suck-it-in shapewear.

5. Know your price range.
It’s easy to get sucked into a vortex of over-the-top expensive wedding dresses (hello, you’re wearing it once), which is why it pays to start shopping with a budget—or at least a price range—firmly in place. Don’t forget to factor in extra, such as alterations, shoes, veils, and accessories. That said, it’s best not to even try on gowns outside of your price range when you’re shopping for fear that you’ll fall madly in love with a gazillion-dollar gown only be be let down by every other dress you try.

6. Adhere to your own dress code.
We’ve been to too many weddings where, surprisingly, it’s the bride that looks totally out of place—not any of the guests. Psyched for your exotic destination beach wedding, but dying to wear a princess-style ball gown? Not gonna work! Tying the knot in a fancy big-city hotel on a Saturday night? Skip the easy-breezy white sundress and bare feet. Trust us: Wearing something that compliments the setting and the background of your venue will look stylish—and timeless in photos.

7. Skip the entourage.
Indeed, we’re aware that many brides consider dress shopping the ultimate time to bond with their mothers, sisters, aunts, grandmothers, stepmoms, BFFs, college roommates, neighbors, colleagues, second cousins, gay BFFs, and mother-in-laws, but it comes down to this: Too many cooks in the kitchen will absolutely muck up the experience.

Between differing tastes, generations, opinions, and levels of knowledge about your personal style, you’ll only end up confused and in desperate need of some Advil (or a couple of stiff martinis.) Plus, the decision is—when it comes down to it—nobody’s to make but yours. Instead, we suggest bringing one or two people who know you and your style well, and who are calm, honest, and modern.

8. Have an open mind.
Yes, it’s important to know your own style—and not compromise—but you might be surprised how good you look and feel in a style, cut, or length you normally wouldn’t have expected. Likewise, dress styles you filled your Pinterest boards with might look terribly unflattering IRL, so there’s nothing to lose by trying on as many dresses as you can.

Eve’s Alterations
Phone: 407-501-3603
4636 W Irlo Bronson Memorial hwy Suite K
Kissimmee, FL 34746

Leather Alterations Seamstress

Leather Alterations Seamstress

Leather Alterations Kissimmee

Leather Alterations Seamstress

Leather and suede garments are difficult to take care of and also costly. At Eve’s Alterations Leather and Suede garments are taken care of in a professional manner – taking into consideration the quality of the leather or suede and it’s special requirements. Come visit the leather alterations seamstress.

Eve’s Alterations
Phone: 407-501-3603
4636 W Irlo Bronson Memorial hwy Suite K
Kissimmee, FL 34746

Wear your pants at your natural waist

Pants Waist

wear your pants at your natural waist

Pants Waist Alterations Kissimmee

1. Wear your pants at your natural waist. Too high and you look like Grampa, too low and you look like a high school kid. Your waistband should sit 2-3 inches below your belly button.

2. Pants should almost touch the ground without your shoes on. Jeans can be a little longer, since they shrink a bit when you wash them.

3. One pleat, maximum. If you’re a big guy, like I am, you learned somewhere along the line that pleats are slimming. They’re not. At best, they look like you’re a big guy trying to look slimmer; at worst, they actually make you look heavier because they pull out across you, broadening your appearance. In any case, the job of a pleat is to maintain that crease sown the front of your pants. For pants without that crease (and many with it), pleats are unnecessary; for pants that need the pleat, they only need one.

4. 1” to 1 1/2” cuffs. Or not. There’s nothing wrong with cuffs, there’s nothing wrong with no cuffs. They are understood, however, to be an older man’s style – not in a bad way, think sophisticated, experienced, distinguished, and conservative. For younger men, a cleaner line is generally preferred.


Eve’s Alterations
Phone: 407-501-3603
4636 W Irlo Bronson Memorial hwy Suite K
Kissimmee, FL 34746