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post #826 of 834

Good tailor in FiDi? I work near WTC.

post #827 of 834

No one have any suggestions? I have some sunspel polos I need tapered, but I don't want to spend half the price of the polo just for that.

post #828 of 834
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Originally Posted by pnewelljr View Post

No one have any suggestions? I have some sunspel polos I need tapered, but I don't want to spend half the price of the polo just for that.

I've only been to a few of tailors in NYC, but none of them wanted to do shirts. They only wanted bigger jobs like suits and sportcoats. I suspect most people would just go to the dry cleaner for something as simple as slimming a polo shirt.
post #829 of 834

Wagner right next to the fulton st station seems to ave a good reputation

post #830 of 834

Out in Long Island but I don't mind to drive to NYC or any of the boroughs.. but I am looking to get 3-4 pairs of jeans tapered. 

post #831 of 834

You may want to try Denim Therapy:
http://denimtherapy.com/

post #832 of 834

Hi guys, just moved to the city. I have a ton (like 10+) of dress shirts whose cuffs could use a second button. I'm finding that they're not tight enough on my wrist and it looks a little sloppy. Any recommendations for where to go? Also how much should I expect this to cost? I live near 26th and 6th and work in Midtown East. 

post #833 of 834
Any random neighborhood dry cleaner can sew cuff buttons on for you. You don't need a skilled tailor for that. I'd be surprised if the cost was over $10 per shirt

Welcome to NYC!
post #834 of 834
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

Any random neighborhood dry cleaner can sew cuff buttons on for you. You don't need a skilled tailor for that. I'd be surprised if the cost was over $10 per shirt

Welcome to NYC!

+1

Shit...I could do it for $8.
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