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Solosso Customized Dress Shirt


Solosso is a Swiss-led Singaporian company where you can customize high quality men's dress shirts to your preferences.

From the lapel, cuffs, even buttons, everything is an option and are all customized to the customer.

The interface is very easy to use and is clear in understanding. (See below for screenshots.)

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I am planning on getting married in 2015. I have a dress, and some accessories, as well as some things for the day. My fianceé has a suit, and even a tie, but was lacking a dress shirt. Then this opportunity arose to customize a shirt on Solosso's website, for review.
First I logged on and sat down, with him of  course, to design the shirt.
Immediately you are greeted with a giveaway to win a free shirt. You can actually win one every month by being a newsletter subscriber. Then it was onto the START NOW button.
As you can see, it is very easy to understand and make the choices you want. Being a formal affair I chose an Elegant Shirt. As you can see there is many options available, enough to get what you are looking for.
Each step you get walked through. There is clear instruction and it shows you in illustration what you are selecting. There is a lot of options when you are at this point, but that it great since it gives you so much to choose from when customizing to your tastes.
Everything was a success in ordering, and it only took 4-6 weeks to arrive by regular mail.
A well wrapped package arrived, though customs looked through it, they did not ruin the well wrapped shirt.
Even the quality of the box seemed superior. I liked it a lot, which still feels weird to say, but the fibers on the box made it look luxurious.
I was quite impressed, after seeing the customs tape over the packing box, that the seal was not broken. The package itself was a little wrinkled but no where near what I expected. It was beautiful to open and see this seal.
Solosso's logo adorns the seal.
We went around the seal to open the paper. Careful not to break it.
What a quality company in customer service to even include this note. I realize only reviewers would get this note, but it was the gesture that I felt was above and beyond.
This is what it looked like upon opening.
A warm greeting from the company, thanking you for choosing their service. You can see the beautiful shirt behind it. I couldn't wait to get a better look, and neither could Vince.
I asked Vince what these things were for, and he says they are to keep your collar stiff and straight. I'm inclined to believe that. Another thing I would not have thought would be inside, but that shows great care in the garment they send that they want you to be able to care for it properly. Not everyone would have the tools, so they send you them to ensure the best care.
Voila!
The beautiful, crisp white shirt. Just the way we wanted it. 
All out and visible.
Sadly, you will have to wait till next year to see him in it, but rest assured I will share my photos then. I feel like I can't see him in his digs any more than he should see me in mine. What if the bad luck worked both ways?! Can't have that now.
The quality of the service and the garment are two valuable reasons that I will go back. I highly recommend Solosso to everyone. Whether you have an event or you need a fantastic gift, this is a great service to use. Convenient too!

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  1. You're getting married, Yippee! Your fiance will look so nice in this shirt and I'm holding you to the pictures comment. P.S. What a lucky guy.

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

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