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post #1 of 10
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To be clear, I am in no way, shape or form thinking that this may be a Cego level competitor. It's clearly not. However, this company does have a good online ordering system and some of the lowest prices I've seen for custom shirts. I'm just wondering if anyone has experience ordering from here and if they would be a decent alternative to slimfit OTR shirts from the likes of DKNY and Calvin Klein. I'm helping my nephew put a work wardrobe together on a tight budget and this would be a cool suggestion if they were any good. Anyone? http://www.worldofalfa.com
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I actually had a friend that introduced me to it...He showed me a suit and a shirt that he got from there. I was pretty impressed by the look, but I didn't get to inspect the details...

So I would be cautious about it....Maybe start off with a shirt, then see if it's something that you like
post #3 of 10

Saw a mention of these guys in Men's Health.  Gonna give it a shot.  Under 50 bucks for custom shirt doesn't sound too bad.

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Received my first shirt today.  Here are some things to note:

 

- ordered the $29 custom tailored shirt

- order took a little over 5 weeks from date of order

- overall quality (stitching and material) is very good

- sizing was accurate

 

Would order again.  I ordered one shirt as a trial to see if it was worth doing again.  I goofed on one of the measurements so unfortunately can't use the shirt.  I just put in another order with the right measurements and am anxiously waiting for the new shirt.

 

Hope this helps.

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I have ordered 4 shirts so far and have been very pleased with them.  My first shirt I was a little off but not enough to complain.  I tried the pants and was off in my crotch area.  I had got a seamstress to do all of my measurements and I had emailed them back would it be possible for an additional 1/4 yard to make my pants correct, they did and they did not even charge me

post #6 of 10

Hello, I know this post is 3 years old but i wanted to show you the new compensation plan of Alfa.

 what is your email?

post #7 of 10

Hello all,

 

I would like to know more about the quality delivered. May be someone can provide me some photos for an actual items on my email..

bralayli@hotmail.com

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Hi All! My name is Qurashima. I work for World of Alfa! And Yes! Our clothing are great in quality and prices! The fit can be compared to your highest quality custom-made or off-the-rack garments. If anyone is interested, Check out what we have to offer on my website or Email me..
www.shoponline.alfadesigner.com
qurashima@gmail.com
Instagram: @AlfaCustomClothiers
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Hello all,

I would like to know more about the quality delivered. May be someone can provide me some photos for an actual items on my email..
bralayli@hotmail.com
I just emailed you! smile.gif
post #10 of 10

I am about to place a order for a friend of mine. (her ex-husband really)

This is a guy that has no idea of what fashion is but he loved my shirt combos

for him.

I was a buyer at a Los Angeles clothing store. (Fred Segal)

I thought that I would take a look at your commission package and I was pretty

excited about the idea of your product. Mainly because I have a HUGE clientele list from

Fred Segal and I thought "hey this would be a really great place to re connect with a lot of the men.

 

But wow In all my retail history I have never seen a poorer payment plan.

Wow I just can't believe that I could have 62 people under me and make as little as $1841.60 in a month.

 

wow 1%

That's to bad. I thought this might be a good idea. but it would actually hurt my feelings to let someone do that to me.

normally I would sign with  "don't settle for luck count your blessings'.

But you think so little  of others that this is not something that I would want to excel.

 

The business of fashion is wonderful, and to help others that are a little less fashion aware then

some is a great thing.

 most retail business work of the a keystone or 1.5 to 2.3 % increase. The least amount of comm, i have

ever heard of was 6% but now I have been schooled.

 

Just because you can doesn't mean you should.

 

I am going to walk away hoping that Borris and Nicole don't know about this and that

they are better then this.

 

They truly seam like super people.

 

all I can say is shame on you.

 

V.

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