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tailoring in Clothes & fashion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtailoringtai‧lor‧ing /ˈteɪlərɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  DCthe work of making men’s clothes, or the style in which they are made
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tailoringThe West End/East End distinction in trades like shoe making and tailoring was well established by the end of the eighteenth century.Thick hair, thick eyebrows, nose, lips, shoulders and tailoring.But beneath the cascading ringlets and whacky fur hats, there was undiluted vintage Gaultier tailoring.Malcolm also slowly moved into made-to-measure tailoring, probably because of teddy boys coming in and asking for stuff to be made up.It is also likely that some tailoring of the system will be necessary for a different application.He had always felt that tailoring was a job more suited to women than to men.They demand an advanced level of quality technical sales support and the tailoring of research and technology to meet customer requirements.