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post #76 of 80
This is a very informative post and discussion. Do people still recommend Chan? I will be visitng HK soon and thinking of visitng them. I will likely go back to HK in a few months and would like to use the first visit to get one suit done and hopefully improve upon the fit during the subesequent visit. I would like to visit one other tailor - is the consesus here that it should be A-Man but I am getting the impression that they seem to be more old school.

Any recommendations for the fabric? I would like to use it as an all year suit. Thanks
post #77 of 80
Wait, so whoopee invented the BlazerSuit???
post #78 of 80
This one has been bumped from the dungeons!


Chan is still fine. If you want a choice Gordon Yao or Y William Yu are as good if not having the same profile here.
post #79 of 80
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This one has been bumped from the dungeons!


Chan is still fine. If you want a choice Gordon Yao or Y William Yu are as good if not having the same profile here.


Thank you. Glad to hear a recommendation for Y William Yu. They have a shop in Manhattan and if I like what they do, the NYC location could be an alternative but I wonder if the pricing here will make that an unattractive option. Is there a person in Y William Yu I should seek out?
post #80 of 80
I agree i stupidly tried 2 different tailors than the one you've mention (where I normally go). I just got suits in the post from lords tailor who also owns charms tailor. They claim to have some 5 star customer service award. Not sure how as their customer service was dreadful, against my better judgment I got 2 suits done......giving them my own zegna fabric....just had them arrive, total rubbish. They have over heated the fabric and melted it so it is all shiny now. Also the suits are not full canvas as they claimed and are at least 4 sizes to big........still waiting for a response to my email asking for reimbursement........maybe waiting a while......stick with the ones that charge a bit more and you wont be disappointed.
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