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post #1471 of 2057
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post
 

Give moda a try maybe? Their shirts are pretty decent, and the few suits I've seen were o-kay. Their price range is quite low.


 Master Fishball,

 

Are you good friends with Moda? Since Isolation recommend Moda, shall I consider Moda as well?  Or better select either Peter Lee or DB?

post #1472 of 2057
Many "new shops" start up in this few years, and I don't know much about them, so please go to test them as much as you can. Thanks so much! fing02[1].gif
post #1473 of 2057
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Originally Posted by BigRock View Post


 Master Fishball,

Are you good friends with Moda? Since Isolation recommend Moda, shall I consider Moda as well?  Or better select either Peter Lee or DB?

I don't know Moda, and never seen their work.
post #1474 of 2057
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Originally Posted by BigRock View Post


As  a first bespoke timer, really have no idea of what should I expect for the price.

PT ?? = Peter Lee ??

PT should be Pacific tailors?
post #1475 of 2057
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post


I don't know Moda, and never seen their work.


I saw Moda website, looks similar to IL SARTO. I prefer a decent suit instead of fashions.  I will not consider IL SARTO or Moda at this momment.

post #1476 of 2057
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Originally Posted by Fishball View Post

Many "new shops" start up in this few years, and I don't know much about them, so please go to test them as much as you can. Thanks so much! fing02[1].gif


I do not have the knowledge to test them.

post #1477 of 2057

I will probably give them a try. They are $3000 HKD vs SS's $3000 HKD for CMT 3 piece, and Chris seems pretty confident, so if they are decent/acceptable quality I am looking to get quite a few suits made. I know they aren't perfect in the high standards of lost of posters here but I'm young and can't afford to get 10 Chan suits. =P

 

Anyway here are some better pictures of the SS suit jacket from before, a gray single button suit jacket and the chan suit. Sorry my roommate is busy and don't have time for me to keep changing. =P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #1478 of 2057
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post
 

I will probably give them a try. They are $3000 HKD vs SS's $3000 HKD for CMT 3 piece, and Chris seems pretty confident, so if they are decent/acceptable quality I am looking to get quite a few suits made. I know they aren't perfect in the high standards of lost of posters here but I'm young and can't afford to get 10 Chan suits. =P

 

Anyway here are some better pictures of the SS suit jacket from before, a gray single button suit jacket and the chan suit. Sorry my roommate is busy and don't have time for me to keep changing. =P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Hi Isolation,

 

My case maybe different.

 

First, I am not rush to have many suits in short time.  I like to build them up slowly. My first project is one 2 pc Fresco 520 for this summer and one 3 pcs Minnis flannel for coming winter.

Looking for your above picture, Simpson Sin is not bad even compare to Chan.

Thank you for recommend Moda, however, I need old school well made suit but not high fashion one. 

Will check Simpson Sin as their price is quite tempting.      

post #1479 of 2057

That right shoulder drop is HUGE!

post #1480 of 2057
Perhaps it's the camera angle, but they don't look great from the back.
post #1481 of 2057

For me, I got my first tailor made suit from moda, I thought it is acceptable for inexperience one. However, I don't think the craftsmanship and price are reasonable any more.   

post #1482 of 2057
Which one is Chan suit?
My guess is the DB.
Anyway, all of them looks "below average" standard IMHO.

The shoulder are much too big.
And you stand like a robot.
post #1483 of 2057

Fishball ching, 

compare the craftsmanship between baromon and Chan's, which one is better?  

post #1484 of 2057
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Originally Posted by Kenny Lo View Post

Fishball ching, 
compare the craftsmanship between baromon and Chan's, which one is better?  

I can imagine that H. Baramon will have better construction if the right sifu is in the action.
post #1485 of 2057
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Originally Posted by Isolation View Post
 

I will probably give them a try. They are $3000 HKD vs SS's $3000 HKD for CMT 3 piece, and Chris seems pretty confident, so if they are decent/acceptable quality I am looking to get quite a few suits made. I know they aren't perfect in the high standards of lost of posters here but I'm young and can't afford to get 10 Chan suits. =P

 

Anyway here are some better pictures of the SS suit jacket from before, a gray single button suit jacket and the chan suit. Sorry my roommate is busy and don't have time for me to keep changing. =P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


I read your previous post and think your last photos of black suit are from Chan. Much lower than my expectation.  A Marks & Spencer suit my even fit me better after a good alternation. Can't imagine why many people say Chan maybe  the best tailor in Hong Kong. 

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