Order custom-made shirts online
“Purchasing clothes from an online marketplace can be tricky because it’s hard to be sure if they will fit you nicely.
Enter Custlr, an Android app which has a “fitting algorithm” to eliminate guesswork when buying shirts without trying it out first. It just requires the user to shoot two photos – their front and back – while holding an A4 paper for it to measure the size of the user….”
An app that allows you to create custom-fitted clothing with just a click of a button? Sign me up
“Here’s a tip on how to look good: make sure your clothes fit you well. But we all know getting a custom-fitted shirt comes with a price – a hefty price tag, that is. However, Custlr plans to change that by offering affordable, built-to-fit clothing.
The brainchild of Engineering graduate, Daniel Chua – Custlr was…”
An App & A4 Paper Are All You Need For A Tailored Shirt In M’sia
“We’re willing to bet that when Daniel C and Daniel L met in high school, they didn’t expect to end up running a tailoring business together, but that’s the suit they have to wear.
Now both 29, their rallying cry for their month-old app is simple.”
Custlr Is Bringing Custom-To-Wear To The Masses
“TAILORING IN MALAYSIA has just gotten just a bit more high-tech. A local app has been developed to improve the user experience of online retail consumers and help them discover a better-fitting garments without the extra costs.”
Custlr Launches Mobile App Offering Custom-Fit Tailored Shirts
“KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 16 (Bernama) — Custlr has launched Malaysia’s first mobile app offering the perfect tailored-fit shirt measurement with its algorithm technology that operates on an in-house software and equations to get accurate results.”
Custlr lancar aplikasi mudah alih tawar pengukuran kemeja dijahit khusus
“KUALA LUMPUR: Custlr melancarkan aplikasi mudah alih pertama Malaysia menawarkan pengukuran kemeja dijahit khusus yang sempurna dengan menggunakan teknologi algoritma berasaskan perisian dan persamaan dalaman untuk mendapatkan hasil yang tepat.”