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post #91 of 170
27 posts in 30 minutes all stating the same thing.....
post #92 of 170
I wish the spam people actually spoke English. I think I would be less annoyed if it didn't say this: my boss make a determind that you can get a best discount and a free gift if you shall buy something
post #93 of 170
To anyone who has ordered an MT custom suit or any MTM suit onine...

When ordering a first suit, would you suggest getting functional buttons on the sleeves or not... I understand that its hard/impossible to do alterations if the button holes are functional and I'm not sure I'd trust the measurements on the first go 'round...

Any thoughts?
post #94 of 170
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Originally Posted by inlandisland View Post
To anyone who has ordered an MT custom suit or any MTM suit onine...

When ordering a first suit, would you suggest getting functional buttons on the sleeves or not... I understand that its hard/impossible to do alterations if the button holes are functional and I'm not sure I'd trust the measurements on the first go 'round...

Any thoughts?

I would avoid going functional on the 1st go.
post #95 of 170
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Originally Posted by coltboy75 View Post
Second suit does not cost a dime and you can pick another fabric in the same price range. So if you bought a SB notched lapel and had minor alterations, send those alteration measurements to Modern Tailor, you could order a DB peaked lapel suit in another fabric in the same price range!

That was almost a year ago, I don't think they are still offering that deal. If they are, I may buy one this week.
post #96 of 170
You can verify by sending an e-mail. The response I received was about 4 months ago. It seems they want to sell MTM suits, but with the success they have had with MTM shirts, they have not focused on it.
post #97 of 170
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Originally Posted by coltboy75 View Post
You can verify by sending an e-mail. The response I received was about 4 months ago. It seems they want to sell MTM suits, but with the success they have had with MTM shirts, they have not focused on it.

I asked, and it sounds to me like the offer of a second free suit is only on the condition that the first one gets messed up but thier tailors...

"We will send you a second suit for free if there are major measurements submitted that were not followed by our tailor. However, if you have submitted incorrect measurements, we will not be liable for it. We always do our best to work with customers to get the right fit. "

...so i would not place an order counting on getting a free suit, especially since the shirts I've ordered have always been dead on to the measurements I've provided.

Hope this is useful.
post #98 of 170
Just pulled the trigger and ordered a MT suit. Will post pics and review when it comes in.
post #99 of 170
Anyone get their suits yet?
post #100 of 170
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Originally Posted by Philip1978 View Post
Anyone get their suits yet?

Hope to hear some reviews!! I'm super close to getting one
post #101 of 170
Modern Tailor suits are turning out to be kinda thin on the ground. They're like people who speak Esperanto.
post #102 of 170
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Originally Posted by imwithtuxedo View Post
Just pulled the trigger and ordered a MT suit. Will post pics and review when it comes in.

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Originally Posted by Philip1978 View Post
Anyone get their suits yet?

Mine hasn't come in yet. Maybe I should complain.
post #103 of 170
So are people too lazy to post pics or are the results that bad?
post #104 of 170
^ lazy...
I just went with a jacket and in the cheapest fabric. Obviously the fabric is nothing to write home about. The stitchwork is indeed a bit sloppy although if you find the work of their shirting acceptable then you know what to expect. They did get all the measurements spot on with what was given.

As usual their customer service is pretty good. If you're looking for something trendy, they'll often double-check the measurements with you as a precaution. I have this happen with shirtings too. I was pretty aggressive with the measurements and they emailed to confirm the armhole and sleeve widths. Had to reassure them thats what I wanted. They ended up making me 2nd guess myself and I added an inch to the armhole against my better judgment. But not a problem at all. If you're pretty experienced in MTM, just trust your own measurements as they tend to have more mainstream opinions about lengths and whatnot.
post #105 of 170
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Originally Posted by a-rock View Post
^ lazy...
I just went with a jacket and in the cheapest fabric. Obviously the fabric is nothing to write home about. The stitchwork is indeed a bit sloppy although if you find the work of their shirting acceptable then you know what to expect. They did get all the measurements spot on with what was given.

As usual their customer service is pretty good. If you're looking for something trendy, they'll often double-check the measurements with you as a precaution. I have this happen with shirtings too. I was pretty aggressive with the measurements and they emailed to confirm the armhole and sleeve widths. Had to reassure them thats what I wanted. They ended up making me 2nd guess myself and I added an inch to the armhole against my better judgment. But not a problem at all. If you're pretty experienced in MTM, just trust your own measurements as they tend to have more mainstream opinions about lengths and whatnot.

So overall where you happy with it? Would you do it again?
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