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Quote: Originally Posted by clothesrus So i'm going to Hong Kong for about over a week and looking for a Hong Kong Tailor who can provide decent products as a reasonable price. Before I get flamed, I want to stress that I've done a lot of search through this forum and I'm having a hard time finding something that's a good fit for me. VW Chan and Gordon Yao seem to provide excellent suits at decent prices but too expensive and not really my...
Quote: Originally Posted by Ohnistun Would you still recommend getting suits made from Lee Baron given their recent climb in prices? I'm under the impression that they're not too far off from Gordon Yao, which is then again not that that far off from Chan. So is Chan really the one stop wonderstore nowadays? Or would it be worthwhile to have several suits made at various vendors I was planning to go Lee Baron for a suit but didn't have...
Quote: Originally Posted by dragon8 Most TM and Alumo are in the $200-$300 range with some in the $150 and up. I agree that AC is the best in HK. 2 days is without fittings though. How are the USD 120 ranges btw. I'm thinking of not making all three from Thomas Mason Fabrics.
Highschool Graduation G2000 On Sale probably like 500 HKD total. Great suit for highschool/uni people.
Dude it's a deal It was originally 640
So how IS the quality of the gear @ Suitsupply? I've never heard of this brand until this article. Had a peek at their website and their stuff looks good. How does it compare to say J Crew (both of which I have not been because I live in HK), better comparison is...........Zara?
Quote: Originally Posted by Lightbringer Grossly. I was so disappointed after going there. Such a walk too! I saw cotton bracelets with a skull on it for 50 euros there. That place is severely overrated. Cool looking shop though. OP: Hit up A.P.C., I bought a pair of pre-washed Jeans there that I haven't been able to find anywhere in HK. It was only 175 euros. Of course the LV/Goyard/Charvet are must go's
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. Pink Sorry, Joe Hemrajani of mytailor.com. He has an office in California and tours the U.S., but manufactures in HK. I don't know if he has any HK retail presence. I see. I live in HK at the moment, still trying to grasp the tailoring game. I already have a suit from Jantzen (the cheapest range), the jacket doesn't fit and the pants are not sewn properly (there's a hole in the left pant calf area, fixed it...
Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. Pink If I lived in HK or visited often, I would definitely do this, but the hassle factor makes it a less palatable choice. I'm reasonably happy with mytailor and their $125 to 140 Thomas Mason fabrics, so I'll probably stick with them for work shirts. Who, sir, is your tailor?
Quote: Originally Posted by RogerC But he does CMT shirts, so if you find some good fabrics... Lol don't get me started on that......I am a complete noob in this area and some members here have suggested doing that but providing absolutely no info on where to source fabrics.
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