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Subject: Any ballpark figure on what to charge for a boys jacket? Fully embroidered...I figured about 1/2 a dress?


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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 30, 12:02:02pm


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At least half, maybe more since I think the skirts are maybe only a 1/4 of the work that goes into the dress these days. A fully embroidered jacket could be expensive and then you have to fit it which might even be harder than a bodice with the shoulder issues, closures, can't ride up at all...there is a reason men's suits can be so expensive! (NT)*Tuesday, October 30, 03:46:23pm

Depends on how custom fitted it is and if it has been truely tailored with all the interfacing "guts" inside it -like a men's suit . (NT)jmTuesday, October 30, 03:55:10pm

what's the going price for a vest?? fairly simply, 2" wide embroidery down each side of the front (NT)Thanks!Tuesday, October 30, 04:34:26pm

BNDM vests are relatively inexpensive, maybe a quarter of a dress or less, so I stopped making them, just not worth the time involved compared with dresses in my opinion. I imagine they would similarly charge not too much for jackets. (NT).Wednesday, October 31, 03:02:45am


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