If you’re looking for a pair of casual jeans to wear at your next interview, there’s a good chance you’ve stumbled upon this article.
While many companies have their own tailored styles for their employees, Recode recently learned that some employers are making use of a third party service, called Pantsuits, that will tailor a pair to fit your unique needs.
If you’re wondering how the service works, Recodes Tristan Wilson, Senior Content Strategist at Pantuits, explains that the service is a collection of three layers of fabrics.
First is the original cotton, which is usually the first and last layer.
Next comes the “breathable” cotton, a layer of cotton that’s made to breathe and help retain moisture.
And finally comes the synthetic fabrics, which help with breathability, but can be worn on their own.
Each layer can be custom tailored to suit your needs, and Wilson says the service can even be customized to suit specific needs.
Wilson says he first started to learn about the service when he was on a trip to London for the annual London Fashion Week.
“I found myself in a lot of different stores, and was trying to find a pair that fit me,” Wilson says.
But Wilson wasn’t looking for jeans that were just a plain black tee.
Instead, he was looking for something with “a little more personality.”
After a little bit of searching, Wilson decided on a black denim.
Panty jeans are often referred to as “panty pant” because they’re traditionally worn in a dark-coloured turtleneck.
So Wilson found himself on a dark, white and blue turtlenecks in a small shop in London.
He says the customer service was incredible.
Wilson says the shop owner was very helpful, even asking for a few photos to help him find the right jeans.
I was like, ‘Man, these are going to be a great fit,'” Wilson recalls.
The customer service helped Wilson find a new pair of pants that fit him and also saved him a little money on the jeans.
Wilson, who has been working in digital media since 2012, says he thinks the service could be a huge help to other companies looking to find more fitters.
According to Wilson, Pantuits is currently in beta and will eventually be available for use by more than 200,000 employees in the United Kingdom, Europe, and Asia.