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What's Sid's deal with in house tailoring? If you buy their blazer in store, do they do alterations there (bring in sides, adjust sleeves)? Debating buying a blazer from there, but kinda hesitant to do it online. Seems like it should be saved for an in store visit.
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If you buy it there, alterations are free of charge. This was altered on 3 different occasions before I felt it was perfect. I also took some jeans in 6 months after I bought them and they altered those a bit for free as well.
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I've said it in many threads before, and I'll continue to say it-Sid is a class act and he runs a top notch store that we're lucky to have in Atlanta.

Picking a ton of tailoring up there tomorrow (Cucinelli blazer/shirt, some pants etc.) and can't wait to poke around the store. Best service, fantastic products. Worth the trip if you're ever in Atlanta.

Callison, blazer looks great. Looking forward to picking up one of these soon. Also, if you're so inclined, we're trying to assemble a SF meet up in Atlanta.
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