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post #76 of 79
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 79
Wait, so whoopee invented the BlazerSuit???
post #78 of 79
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 79
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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?
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