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I believe it's the grey prince of wales fabric. Coat is here. The fabric is the last one on the right when you're clicking through the fabric choices.
Do you put anything on your boots to prepare them for all the salt and slush of winter?
Joe Hemrajani of Did you use one of their travelling tailors or did you visit them at their showroom in California? How many jackets did it take you to nail down your fit? Any advice for anyone looking to get a sport coat from them?They don't seem to get much love here. There was even a thread started by a member recently asking about them that did not garner even one response.
Has anyone used shirting with a cotton/wool blend? Do they make up on the casual end or can they pass for regular dress shirts? I'm considering having some shirts made up for the winter and was hoping they'd supply warmth while passing muster as dress shirts.
Well that's disappointing to hear. I was planning on trying their MTM. When did the MTM specialist leave? Was his name Bobby O.?
What was the price for MTM when supplying your own fabric? Also forgot to ask how many fittings did you have?
Can you share with us what makes the Dirty so much better than your other experiences? And who were the other MTM/bespoke shops that you've used in the past that you weren't happy with? A good tailor can be so hard to find.
How does one decide where to put the pencil? I'd like to try this but don't want to screw it all up.
Thank you all for your reply gents. Greatly appreciated.
My sincerest apologizes. It seems my query was very poorly worded. I did not in any way mean to suggest that you were gouging/misleading your customers. The differences between the two level of handwork is helpfully and clearly stated on the respective product pages of both type of shirts on your website. I can fully appreciate that the additional handwork will cost more as there is substantially more man hours spent constructing the garment. I was just interested in the...
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