We are thrilled to welcome Diba Custom Tailoring to the vibrant tapestry of businesses in Downtown Oakville! Located at 288 Lakeshore Road East, Suite 3, Diba is not just a tailoring studio; it's a sanctuary of style, craftsmanship and personalized elegance. At Diba, they believe that every garment should tell a story, your story. Their skilled tailors and designers work tirelessly to transform fabrics into masterpieces that perfectly embrace your individuality. From bespoke suits that exude confidence to wedding gowns that radiate romance, their offerings span the spectrum of sartorial excellence. Step into Diba Custom Tailoring, where your style takes center stage, and elegance is sewn into every seam.
About Diba Custom Tailoring
We provide high quality alterations services for all instances including women's and men's tailoring, monogramming gifts, bridal alterations, clothing repairs, and more.
How and why did your decide to pursue your business? We decided to create an independent alterations shop based on our previous experience as Nordstrom tailors and to continue onwards by promoting a modern and trendy image, making sure our customers always feel their best and are able to keep up with the fast flow of fashion.
What are you most passionate about in your business?
Our number one goal is to make our customers happy with their fit, in line with our "look good, feel good" motto. We also take passion in promoting sustainable fashion and providing support to other local businesses around us.
What do you LOVE about Downtown Oakville?
Downtown Oakville is filled with culture, good vibes, a beautiful environment and a very supportive and friendly community of people.
Tell us something about Diba Custom Tailoring that might surprise others
Hanna: "I have had a passion for designing and creating clothes since childhood after the birth of my sister. Through this, I developed the dream of owning my own business."
Narges: "My first tailored item was a doll's dress I created when I was seven years old, in which the arms would not pass through the sleeves. Then when I turned nine, I decided to become a software developer. Finally, I realized I was more passionate about tailoring after achieving my bachelors in software engineering."