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post #16 of 27
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Originally Posted by Itsuo View Post most of the textiles sold in them are surely sourced from Asia.  

 

but to specifications for the US market set by the US market .  Best Cotton shirting is definitely from Europe / Asia

post #17 of 27
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Originally Posted by East Coaster View Post

but to specifications for the US market set by the US market .  Best Cotton shirting is definitely from Europe / Asia

No one said it wasn't?
post #18 of 27

I have never used one of these services, but I might try it.  I would also be curious to know if there is any particular one that stands out as better than the others (material, accuracy, etc). 

post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by dapperdoctor View Post

I have never used one of these services, but I might try it.  I would also be curious to know if there is any particular one that stands out as better than the others (material, accuracy, etc). 

Well I feel obligated to say that I had a great experience with http://www.Atailoredsuit.com I picked the fabrics out of a fabric book they sent me. I still wear the shirts 3 years later, and I've not seen shirts of this build and fabric in any OTS store. They're also nice because they are very slim and have no darting.

Regardless of who you go with I think this is the best way to go.
post #20 of 27

A list of on-line MTM shirt companies ranked in order or website visits

 

www Age Ease of use 3D Rendering Fabrics Cost min Cost max Comments
http://www.itailor.com/ 9 0 0 0 0 0 Site not working
http://www.blanklabel.com             9 4 4 100 82 145 Focus on contrast cuff / collar.  No brand of fabric
http://www.tailor4less.com/              3 3 No 150 54 150 Focus on contrast cuff / collar.  No brand of fabric
http://www.shirtsmyway.com             5 5 2 84 75 125 Simple to use but no fabric info
http://www.mytailor.com            15 4 No 400 69 149 Huge selection of fabric
http://www.indicustom.com             4           Dead link
http://www.execshirts.com/             8 1 No 300 69 159 Very old looking site
http://www.tailorstore.com/us/en              6 4 4 318 64 248 Comprehansive site 
http://www.moderntailor.com/              5 5 No 480 20 190 Very comprehensive site
http://propercloth.com/              3 4 2 265 89 239 Very good photos and elegant use of rendering
http://www.bestcustomshirt.com/              8 3 No 160 49 179 A little clunky looking
http://www.ls-chemise.com             5 4 4 400 59 109 Great site
http://www.joebutton.com             1 3 2 24 99 99 Limited fabrics
http://www.pickashirt.com/             5 3 No 186 45 70 Basic 2D 
http://www.micamisa.com             9 3 No 42 45 45 Basic 2D 
http://www.cottonwork.com              4 4 No 3406 45 220 huge range of fabrics
http://www.ravistailor.com/           13 0 0 0 0 0 Site not working
http://www.samstailoring.com/             6 1 No 297 140 475 Not custom made
http://www.customshop.com/            13 4 No 260 99 495 Very detailed customisation
http://www.bawdenbespoke.com.au/    1 No 204 125 125 Very low tech
http://www.kjbeckettbespokeshirts.com/              6 4 No 163 95 216 Looks similar to Saint Sens .  Have Liberty Fabric
http://nialma.com              5 4 No 336 95 129 Easy to use site
http://biasedcut.com              3 1 No 14 95 115 Very limited choice
http://www.daveshirt.com             4 4 No 215 75 125 Very simple step through process
http://www.bespokeshirtmakers.com/              5   No 640 79 99 Must register to use
http://www.lewistaylorshirts.com             1 5 No 195 52 105 Excellent fabric selection page and easy to use

Edited by East Coaster - 11/4/12 at 5:26am
post #21 of 27

yeah, it looks good, but oh my god, no fabrics with a count over 80?

post #22 of 27

Not sure if this is the right place to put it, but I recently discovered Daveshirt uses plastic in the collar and cuffs of their shirt. Obviously something a buyer should get to know, but that they do not tell you..

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post #24 of 27

There are probably a few more that could also be added

post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by East Coaster View Post

This must be one of the worst websites but for the last month lots and lots of Google Ad's for it.

http://www.astertailor.com


Worth avoiding.
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by pvp View Post

I'm starting my own online tailor business. I'm a marketing nerd, so the process has entailed a tremendous amount of research. This has yielded my two lists below. I'm posting in hopes that others can make some use of it. The upper list includes those firms that I deemed "professional." It's close to exhaustive (edit: maybe not The second list contains smaller manufacturers that I deemed "Asian companies that have shitty websites and thus probably don't get a lot of sales from the web." It's not remotely close to exhaustive. (They were to be candidate suppliers.) PROFESSIONAL-LOOKING TAILORS http://www.samstailoring.com/ http://propercloth.com/ http://www.tailor4less.com/ http://www.moderntailor.com/ http://www.customshop.com/ http://www.mytailor.com http://www.pickashirt.com/\t\t\t http://www.gitman.com http://www.ginotailor.com/ http://blank-label.com/ http://www.tailorstore.com/us/en http://nialma.com http://www.bestcustomshirt.com/ http://www.bespokeshirtmakers.com/ \t http://www.indicustom.com/ http://biasedcut.com http://Www.Tailorstore.Co.Uk http://garytailor.com/ \t\t\t\t http://noblehouse.us/ http://www.tashirt.com http://www.josephturner.co.uk/ http://www.bawdenbespoke.com.au/ http://www.kjbeckettbespokeshirts.com/ http://www.priceyoursuit.com/ http://www.ownlyshirts.com http://www.tailorgo.com http://www.cottonwork.com SMALLER TAILORS http://www.daveshirt.com http://www.suitslife.com/index.asp http://www.jazzano.com http://customhongkongtailor.com/ http://mosanti.com/ http://www.itailor.com/ http://www.execshirts.com/ http://www.ravistailor.com/ http://everythingbespoke.com/ http://www.bespokeway.com/ http://classicfashiontailors.com/ http://www.tajtailors.com.hk http://ayeshafashions.com/ http://www.kennykeswani.com/ http://www.deluxecustomtailors.com http://www.countryroadfashions.com/ http://www.excellentsuit.com/ http://www.maharajas.com.sg/ http://www.nickscollections.com/ http://www.dress-for-success.com/ http://www.seoultailor.co.kr/ http://www.pierremohan.com/ http://hst.com.sg http://www.diamond-fashion.com http://www.beautiesltd.com http://www.adrienlemaux.com/ http://www.thecustomtailors.com http://www.micamisa.com/ http://www.silksuitstore.com This second list could be useful if you want to get some really cheap shirts. I get the impression that these businesses are desperate, and they'd probably cut you a nice deal if you asked. (You ought to be able to get them down to USD 10-15 per shirt.) In negotiating, work what you've got: you'll tell SF about them if you like them, you'll order more if the first fits, you want to order but just don't have the money. If anyone else is starting their own online tailor business--I hear it's all the rage --PM me and I'll send you my data.

Some of the sites listed were mentioned in a national news report this week, and I enjoyed visiting them.

 

Question:

Is there a topic thread where the MTM bespoke sites are RATED by customer reviews??

 

I am anxious to pick one that I visited, but would like to locate reviews or ratings by actual customers who went through the order process and received what they wanted.

 

All my best,

 

David


Edited by David Copeland - 4/22/13 at 7:55pm
post #27 of 27
This company Beyler and Turk based in NY. Not only do their shirts look luxurious, the feel harmonizes. And honestly, you get what you pay for, and even for that... I think their prices are pretty affordable for a high quality shirt.
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