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Requisite Clothing or LSNK for custom suits in SD?

post #1 of 15
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Has anyone ever heard of the company Requisite Clothing:
http://www.requisiteclothing.com/

Or LSNK:
http://www.lsnk.com/
?

I am in San Diego and looking to get a sports coat, I figured it might be worthwhile to get a custom jacket. I was just wondering if anyone has heard of these two companies or has used them.
post #2 of 15
I have recently had a very bad experience with LSNK.com, which is the business operated by Naresh K Lagadapati (Naresh@lsnk.com). He is one of many custom clothiers who travel the state and country selling custom suits to professionals (ala the Tom James Company).

I ordered and paid for two custom suits (paid for in full.....my mistake....too much trust and faith in human nature). Estimated delivery time: 5 weeks. That was May 2010. It's now almost March 2011(9 months). No suits. Many excuses by e-mail....but no signs of any suits. I seem to be in a position of having no option by a small claims court action.

I expect that his business got hammered in the rescession, and I feel bad for him. But still.....where are my suits.
post #3 of 15

Bump.

 

I actually stumbled upon requisite clothing awhile ago myself.  They seemed to have changed their website a bit.  Has anyone had experience with this, since the last post?  I'm curious if they're anywhere legit.

post #4 of 15

I have dealt with LSNK Company and Naresh Lagadapati for over 20 years now and had nothing but great experience. My suits lasts for ever and they fit great. I would definitely recommend the company to any one who is looking for custom tailored suits and shirts. Don't know what happened here he is good guy and works very hard for his clients. All the best to him in this challenging times.

post #5 of 15

I have had nothing but great experience with Naresh K Lagadapati and LSNK Company for the last twenty years plus. My wardrobe is filled with their great fitting suits and shirts. They know exactly what I want and they have taken good take care of me every year when my need arises. I would recommend this company any one who is in the market for a decently prices custom tailored suits and shirts. They come through all the time for me.

 

Absolutely the best in the industry of over 20 years now.

post #6 of 15

did you ever get your suits?

post #7 of 15

DO NOT do business with Naresh Lagadapati.  I ordered two suits and a couple sport coats.  I never received any of them, and I made the mistake of paying in full when I placed my order.  I followed up for many months, nearly a year in total.  After hearing endless excuses, I finally pursued a small claims action.  Naresh then filed for bankruptcy.  I discovered it was his third one.

post #8 of 15

Hello Style forum,

Just recently we've been getting a lot of questions regarding this post from potential clients so we thought it might be best to introduce ourselves and clarify any questions you may have. I believe that the initial questions was, "Have you heard of Requisite Clothing OR LSNK?" , and somewhere along the thread it may have been misconstrued that we were part of LSNK, or affiliated with them in someone way.

 

Just to clarify.

 

We are NOT affiliated or related to LSNK by any means. We are a private custom suiting design house based out of Los Angeles with many San Diego clients.

 

We are only aware of any problems or practices of LSNK from this post, but would like to address how our policies of quality assure and customer service greatly vary.

 

We stand by our product 100% and full payment is not due, until the client confirms the perfect look and fit. We offer complimentary alterations for 2 years after your purchase to insure that after you test drive your merchandise you are comfortable with the fit, and completely satisfied with the construction, fabrication and all details.

 

 

If you still have questions or concerns, shoot us an email or give us a call and one of our designers would be more than happy to walk you through our process of design, construction, and brand philosophy.

 

Cheers.

post #9 of 15

First off, I'm not a shill.

 

Second, I've used Requisite in the past for my first experience into custom and I ended up getting them adjusted with a bespoke tailor I had moved onto after.  I suppose it's part of the learning experience.

 

My recommendation is to save up and go with Chan or Richard Lim.

post #10 of 15

Just bought a new suit, fits great and delivery on time. Nothing but compliments on my new suit made by LSNK Company. Fabric from Holland & Sherry. He is the best in the industry. Owned by Naresh Lagadapati. He is the best. Will continue buying from his company

post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Ryan White View Post

Just bought a new suit, fits great and delivery on time. Nothing but compliments on my new suit made by LSNK Company. Fabric from Holland & Sherry. He is the best in the industry. Owned by Naresh Lagadapati. He is the best. Will continue buying from his company

How much do you get paid to post this?
post #12 of 15

DO NOT, repea, DO NOT do business with LSNK nor Naresh Lagadapati !!!!!!

RIPOFF!!!

IF you get your clothes, they will not be as advertised, they will be late, and not as you ordered.

This guy gives a real bad name to the industry.

If you decide to do business with him, at least you know that you were warned.

And, those glowing comments from "Ryan White" are really from Naresh.

I would say unreliable, but it really borders on fraud.

post #13 of 15

I have dealt with LSNK Company and Naresh Lagadapati for over 22 years now and had nothing but great experience. My suits lasts for ever and they fit great. I would definitely recommend the company to any one who is looking forcustom tailored suits and shirts. Don't know what happened here he is good guy and works very hard for his clients. All the best to him in this challenging times. Just ordered another 2 suits and no problems at all, obviously not all clients can be pleased and that we understand here. Not to mention competition could post here without any verification to belittle their toughest competition as well. Who is verifying these posts here as to who is who ? the last person is a disgruntled customer perhaps. Neverth less great suits for the person who is wiling to pay the price for them. 

post #14 of 15

Besides buying expensive suits and writing them off as computer services is accounting fraud. Especially people who in the financial industry which is regulated by SEC and others to highest standard. IRS would be glad to know these accounting fraudulent issues especially when one is dealing with public money and soliciting funds from them in the name of so called " wealth management" If they can cheat IRS then what is gaurantee they are not cheating their clients putting their interests first and then the clients ? Questionable ethics alright in a profession that has caused 2009 recession. These stock brokers are dangerous and run boiler rooms to rip off people with some money in their banks.So beware people if some one from woodland hills CA calls your and ask for investing just be beware. Your money will be gone and you never see it again in its full forms. It will loose value and be gone. ?Dangerous people out there.

post #15 of 15

Besides buying expensive suits and writing them off as computer services is accounting fraud. Especially people who in the financial industry which is regulated by SEC and others to highest standard. IRS would be glad to know these accounting fraudulent issues especially when one is dealing with public money and soliciting funds from them in the name of so called " wealth management" If they can cheat IRS then what is gaurantee they are not cheating their clients putting their interests first and then the clients ? Questionable ethics alright in a profession that has caused 2009 recession. These stock brokers are dangerous and run boiler rooms to rip off people with some money in their banks.So beware people if some one from woodland hills CA calls your and ask for investing just be beware. Your money will be gone and you never see it again in its full forms. It will loose value and be gone. ?Dangerous people out there. Not to mention using Montana residence as an excuse to avoid taxes in CA, and while all business done here is also called TAX fraud, not to mention illegal write off on tax returns. IRS would be glad to know about these fraudulent acts. This is what I just heard from my client who knew who posted this bad comment. While I practice securities fraud law in that an attorney since 20 years. I know damn well it is fraud. Call me and find out if you like about these rules and laws. I am no my tailor. Your assumption is as fraud as your accounting and business.

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