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How much does it cost to hem?

post #1 of 12
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^How much does it cost to hem?
Where do ya'll go to get your jeans hemmed? And what's the price range? Thanks!
post #2 of 12
I know that Nordstrom will do it and they do a pretty good job too.....If you want the original hem back on then I think it's somewhere around $20? If I remember correctly.......
post #3 of 12
Barney's will do it as well for $20, I get mine done at Campos y Campos in Nyc, $25 to keep original hem. They're expensive but they've done a great job so far and I would trust them with my most expensive clothes.
post #4 of 12
For regular hem they usually charge you $9. Re-Attaching original hem is $20.
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i used to go to this tailor that does it for 7 bucks with the orginal hem, but i just recently found one that does it for 5 bucks w/wo the original hem.. if you live in houston..i can tell you who! shes great!
post #6 of 12
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Originally Posted by tnn79
i used to go to this tailor that does it for 7 bucks with the orginal hem, but i just recently found one that does it for 5 bucks w/wo the original hem.. if you live in houston..i can tell you who! shes great!
Damn, that's dirt cheap. I pay $12 with original hems and I thought that was good...
post #7 of 12
i've paid 10, 20 and 30$ my old seamstress was raping me....it wasnt even the original hem...and 9 out of 10 times she always did it too short. god i hate that B**CH!
post #8 of 12
in new orleans, this lady does original hem for $7 and plain hem for $5! she's the cheapest i've found.
post #9 of 12
in orange county, there are tons of tailors that do w/ original hem for like $7 w/o original hem for $4. the tailor that hem most of my jeans is great, and she charges me only $6 (with the original hem)
post #10 of 12
yeah mine, lives in my hood and she's so cheap. and perfect $5 for original! so anyone in the atl area needs hemming let me know
post #11 of 12

hey if you can email me and let me know where to get jeans hemmed in new orleans area that would be great thanksĀ 

post #12 of 12

I just fold-hem them myself by hand (not just because I don't have a sewing machine capable of working on denim, but because hand-hemming causes a lot less damage to the fabric, in case you need to let the hems out when you resell etc)

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