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It is more like a style option. Either one is better than the other depends on one's liking.However I found Mr. C example above is really ugly.
I knew the guy from the photo in life. He is nice bloke practicing medicine in Hong Kong.I believe those suits and jackets are either made in Dream Bespoke, Brown's tailor.I don't think those are from WW Chan or other travelling tailors.
I can tell easily that the aforesaid is not gathered from the deponent himself.
I have not talked to Lai yet but here are my some observations in respect of Lai's service in the future. Since Lai will be very likely to work on his own, that will mean:- 1) Price will probably be slightly lower. 2) Customer may enjoy no mark-up for cloth-inclusive services. 3) Communication can be more direct to Lai. However there will be many drawbacks:- 1) No English assistance 2) Fitting and Measurements had to be done in private areas (e.g. customer's home...
I genuinely do not recall. If you get a chance you can ask him.
Well I can only since I have heard something less concrete, I presume that you are right and more updated.Also with the cheaper price, you cannot expect sale floor service.Tailor's cyanide is often overly-stubborn and demanding customer, being in-call service only will kill of most of them.That means less waiting time for me in future (hopefully).
This is an excellent fit. Well done on finding the PRL navy blue suit.
So this has been a general and public consensus?Well actually it is better because now he can visit me in my office at weekday, rather than going to SSP on weekends just for him (and possibly some street snack round the corner).
@ Hifilover I recall my previous commission with Lai is around that figure. However, I am not sure now whether Lai is still working under Car's umbrella.
Can you for once be less negative?
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