Turnbull & Asser, I heard, takes four-six months?. Anyway, I hope to be able to employ a full-time tailor one day.
I suspect that your reference is to T&A bespoke shirt orders, which is an entirely different process than Jantzen online orders.
Turnbull & Asser, Tailor & Shirtmaker, established in 1885, Frequently quoted as the best shirtmaker in London, with clients such as Sir Winston Churchill or Prince Charles, ladies department, from Â£110 for cotton, Â£175 for sea island cotton to Â£200 for 2-fold 200 cotton (inc. VAT), Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9.30am-6pm, Â£5 per letter, 6 shirts, two to three weeks for sample, wash two or three times, another eight weeks for completion, +44-20-7808 3000, +44-20-7808 3001, 70 Jermyn Street, London St. James's W1Y 6PF, Green Park / Piccadilly Circus
Jantzen shirt orders through its website certainly wouldn't qualify as bespoke, or as true MTM, for that matter (others may disagree with this MTM assessment). Â Customers that use the Jantzen website are afforded an options section which permits them to potentially adjust fit much more accurately, and which is something I've seen offered by few shirt retailers that sell online. Your ambition to one day retain a personal tailer is admirable. Â I hope he provides you with a better service than I've received from a few of my more conventionally hired tailors. Â Â Â