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Spoon Tailor fabrics, prices and quality for bespoke shirts?

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I'm wondering if folks recently have stopped over at their Westin shop in SF? How is the pricing? What kind of fabrics? And overall quality in the shirts?
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On mobile right now or I'd find the link, but there is a decently lengthy thread already started on Spoon that will have most of what you're looking for. I'm in the process of finishing my first shirt with them; just went in yesterday for the adjustments on their first attempt. I think most people in the other thread, myself included, go to the Sacramento street store in Chinatown, they just moved next door to a slightly larger space. $95 for the entry level shirts and I think $120 for Thomas Mason fabrics and other higher end, but don't quote me on that.
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Good pricing. Mind if I ask what you are paying?
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Here is the thread you should probably post in, just to keep the continuity and information about Spoon Tailor in one place for future interested parties. smile.gif I'll post a review and pictures of my first shirt there when it's done.

http://www.styleforum.net/t/225112/spoon-tailor-hong-kong-bespoke-operation-in-san-francisco

But to answer your question, I went with a $95 simple white, textured cross-hatch fabric for my first one just to get the fit and measurements down before I consider anything else. I think it was like $103 with tax. From what I tried on yesterday I'm excited at the prospect of having them do more for me in a variety of other fabrics - only a few things needed tweaking, which seemed to be perfectly reasonable given that I'm a new client.
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