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^ Dig.
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New shipment from MT... perhaps the poor man's folded up shirt porn.

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Wow ET - did you get this MTM or bespoke?
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^ Bespoke. It's the trial shirt, so a few things still need to be fixed (including the dimensions of the collar).

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^ Bespoke. It's the trial shirt, so a few things still need to be fixed (including the dimensions of the collar).

Wow - let us know how it goes. Collar looks good though.
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ET, who is your cutter? Butcher? Tiernan?

Andrey
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Tukker: sure, will certainly do so.

 

Andrey: Tiernan measured me, but he left shortly thereafter to start up the bespoke shirt operation at Davies & Son. Not certain if he actually cut my pattern or if it was Butcher.

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Butcher is a great name for a cutter.
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Butcher is a great name for a cutter.

Ironically apropos. In medical slang, cutter = surgeon.
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Andrey: Tiernan measured me, but he left shortly thereafter to start up the bespoke shirt operation at Davies & Son. Not certain if he actually cut my pattern or if it was Butcher.

Ah, so you know already.

When I was in London a month ago, there was a sign in Budd's (and Huntsman's) window saying something like "a bespoke shirt cutter with West End experience is required". Very amusing -- "shirt cutters with West End experience" don't grow up on trees.

Butcher is more than qualified, though. So, for now everything is fine.

Andrey
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Ah, so you know already.
When I was in London a month ago, there was a sign in Budd's (and Huntsman's) window saying something like "a bespoke shirt cutter with West End experience is required". Very amusing -- "shirt cutters with West End experience" don't grow up on trees.
Butcher is more than qualified, though. So, for now everything is fine.
Andrey

 

Yup, Butcher is the senior guy who has been with the firm for decades, so I don't doubt his ability. I am, however, a bit concerned about the frequency of their NY visits in the future - Tiernan was responsible for the trips, and I'm guessing if they don't pick up a replacement soon, the trips could be intermittent going forward.

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I received my first order from MyTailor.

Shirts look good at first glance, I can report on fit if anyone is interested.

Thanks to everyone for your help with the collar choice. I may increase the point length going forward but this is a good start.

Group Shot

White Cotton/Linen Blend
Blue Broadcloth
Purple Gingham
Linen Check

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Collar shots

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I want that one on the end in the group shot. I have never ordered from mytailor. Anything I should know?
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