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post #16 of 19
I never went to Cego for ordering custom shirts. I went there for RLBL shirts alterations. To my surprise, I saw a skinny asian guy whose new custom shirts fits him beautifully. I am also an asian guy and I know how hard it is to find the right fitting shirts in the US stores. I immediately asked him to measure me. It was like order-at-first-sight. That was funny because I did not have enough cash with me to deposit. Carl kindly offered me second fitting since my home is just 5 minutes walk from Cego. I was quite convinced that Carl is really serious about fitting.

I am 6 " tall. I have longer torso, narrow and uneven shoulder, uneven sleeve length and thicker neck. Only a few of slim-fitting shirts fits me. Even the shirts fits me around body and waist, I need to alter the sleeve length all the time and neck will be very tight.

The draft shirts came out last week. There were some issues like the length of the sleeve was little longer and the arm hole was little bit lower. Carl noted all of them.

I went Cego today and got my completed shirts. All of the previous issues were resolved. The sleeve length is perfect. The arm hole is fixed. This is the best-fitting shirts ever.

In overall, I am very positive and definitely recommend Cego. I had been thinking about ordering MTM shirts but I guess I'll stick with Cego.
Edited by whatmatrix - 7/10/13 at 12:15pm
post #17 of 19
How many did you have to buy the first time? I am ready to finally take the plunge, but don't want to jump out the window, in the beginning. Thanks
post #18 of 19
I ordered two shirts. I remember that the minimum was four but they are temporarily offering two minimum order.
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