Tailoring By Quaci Cloding
Bridging the gap between Bespoke & Ready-To-Wear we are delighted to offer our clients a quick and efficient way to design an African wear to their individual specifications.
The journey of a Made to Measure African wear begun 20 years ago in our private Made to Measure store at Gbawe opposite the Gbawe Palace
Your measurements and individual requirements will be taken by our experienced designers. Or you can have your own tailor take your measurements and send them to us via email.
Creating Your African Wear
With over 20 years experience, constructing timeless luxury garments to the highest sartorial standards. Your measurements will be stored on our Made to Measure database, making future orders easier for you.
Once completed your uniquely handcrafted African wear will be beautifully packaged and can be delivered to you or collected at any of Fonola Malls collection points.
Appointments are not necessary but advisable and with our Made to Measure office open 6 days a week, please feel free to come visit and enjoy our Made to Measure Experience.
Here at Quaci Cloding we know the secret to a classic Ghana made wear starts with its fit.
Our designs are carefully tailored in our Classic Shop at Gbawe.
See the guide on the left to help find an ideal match for your body type.
How to measure
Open the shirt and lay the collar flat. Measure straight from
the button to the end of the buttonhole.
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure 1 cm under the armhole.
Measure from side to side and double the measurement across the chest.
Lay the shirt flat with buttons fastened and measure from side to side and double the measurement
across the waist. The waist is located at the slimmest part of the shirt.
4. SHIRT LENGTH
Measure from center back down to the end of the hem.
Measure from center back to the shoulder seam, then measure from the
shoulder seam to the end of the cuff and combine these measurements.