Old Fashioned Standards (OFS) is a small local business based on the unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Nations which is now known as "Vancouver, Canada." Old Fashioned Standards is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality products that are made for a good time, handmade to last a lifetime. Operated by women, the company is owned and run by Cassandra Bailey, a professionally trained pattern drafter, seamstress, and designer. Every piece of paper, and fabric passes through her hands with a critical eye for perfection. She is always evolving, improving and expanding her knowledge, products, and brand.
Old Fashioned Standards specializes in custom design with a speciality in custom pattern drafting. Custom fit, custom design, custom colours, and custom features all fall under this category and anything is possible when working with OFS. The company began by working exclusively with 100% up-cycled Australian Outback Oilcloth, but has since branched out to also work with high-end and ethically sourced materials including selvedge denim, bull denim twill, corduroy, and assorted wools, all of which can be employed in the creation of a custom garment.
Although we have spent countless hours creating the most ideal fit formula for our in-house pants and overalls, sometimes you may still have a desire for something that is specially made for you, something one of a kind. Custom overalls are made to your exact size and specifications so they fit you like nothing you'll find in a store. Love a certain kind of pocket or style of stitching? We can make it exactly how you want.
The custom process happens in 4 stages:
1. Deposit online or in person.
2. Consultation where we take measurements, discuss design choices including material colour, hardware, etc.
3. In person fitting and finalization of custom details.
4. Pickup of finished garment, payment in complete, and photo documentation.
Fittings and material costs are included in the price. For inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org