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post #3226 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Gents, I need proven tailor to work on cuffing my brand new Eidos trousers. Need some recommendation in midtown/downtown please.

cheers

 

I've used Xavier and Nikos to my satisfaction. They took in the sides on a couple of unlined sport coats so cuffing trousers should not be a challenge to them. Xavier will most likely cost more though. 

post #3227 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Gents, I need proven tailor to work on cuffing my brand new Eidos trousers. Need some recommendation in midtown/downtown please.

cheers

Any Stitch-IT will be able to do cuffs.
post #3228 of 4449
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Originally Posted by gs77 View Post

Which one did you get? Sal?
I use this guy working from Ermanno at Yonge/Lawrence

Beige hemp/wool Sal, I'm so excited haha. I'm at Yonge and Eg and will go there. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by ADub View Post

I've used Xavier and Nikos to my satisfaction. They took in the sides on a couple of unlined sport coats so cuffing trousers should not be a challenge to them. Xavier will most likely cost more though. 

Might check him out, thanks as well.

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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Any Stitch-IT will be able to do cuffs.

Ummmm...thanks BUT no thanks! lol
post #3229 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Beige hemp/wool Sal, I'm so excited haha. I'm at Yonge and Eg and will go there. Thanks.
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Might check him out, thanks as well.
Ummmm...thanks BUT no thanks! lol

Ha-ha, I got the same pants. Lovely shit smile.gif

I'll be honest, for hemming those pants (there is never enough fabric for cuffs for me smile.gif ) I went with what TRINI suggested - local alterations shop. Not because of price, but because of it being across the street.

If you go to Ermanno ask for Pablo. He is very good tailor.
post #3230 of 4449
Antonios on bloor is a safe bet.
post #3231 of 4449
The feeling you get when you have a big PSA but you want to save the info for yourself...
post #3232 of 4449
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

The feeling you get when you have a big PSA but you want to save the info for yourself...


Do it! What's the scoop!? Almost free for Brioni? wink.gif
post #3233 of 4449
Ok, here it is:

Harry's outlet has some big markdowns.

TF dress shirts for $199 (a steal)
RLBL dress shirts for $69.99
RLBL sport coats for $399 (unlined soft shoulder models)
Dolce items on markdown (if that's your thing)

The dress shirts in particular are a great deal and are sub eBay and SF prices.

I tried on (and bought) one of the TF shirts and was really impressed. The cut of the shirts is unlike anything I've tried on before and the fabric is very plush. I think Harry's carries the TF shirts made from Epyptian or sea island cotton.

Also bought an RLBL sport shirt. At 69.99 they're a high quality every day shirt.
post #3234 of 4449
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Originally Posted by othertravel View Post

Ok, here it is:

Harry's outlet has some big markdowns.

TF dress shirts for $199 (a steal)
RLBL dress shirts for $69.99
RLBL sport coats for $399 (unlined soft shoulder models)
Dolce items on markdown (if that's your thing)

The dress shirts in particular are a great deal and are sub eBay and SF prices.

I tried on (and bought) one of the TF shirts and was really impressed. The cut of the shirts is unlike anything I've tried on before and the fabric is very plush. I think Harry's carries the TF shirts made from Epyptian or sea island cotton.

Also bought an RLBL sport shirt. At 69.99 they're a high quality every day shirt.


any idea on sizing for both the shirts and the sport coats left?

post #3235 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Beige hemp/wool Sal, I'm so excited haha. I'm at Yonge and Eg and will go there. Thanks.
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Might check him out, thanks as well.
Ummmm...thanks BUT no thanks! lol

Those are beautiful trousers, a perfect color for the S/S. May I ask where you bought them?
post #3236 of 4449
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Originally Posted by casadisartoria View Post

Those are beautiful trousers, a perfect color for the S/S. May I ask where you bought them?

Thank you, they are really great. Got them from NMWA (SF Affiliate, use SF10 for 10% discount)

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/new-items/beige-fine-hemp-wool-sal-trousers-10-oz.html
post #3237 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Thank you, they are really great. Got them from NMWA (SF Affiliate, use SF10 for 10% discount)

http://www.nomanwalksalone.com/index.php/new-items/beige-fine-hemp-wool-sal-trousers-10-oz.html

Thank you. I thought you may have picked them up from Gotstyle, as I remember they carry Eidos. Unless they stopped?
post #3238 of 4449
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Originally Posted by casadisartoria View Post

Thank you. I thought you may have picked them up from Gotstyle, as I remember they carry Eidos. Unless they stopped?

Sal model is almost exclusively carried at NMWA.

GS has very limited selection of Eidos.
post #3239 of 4449
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Originally Posted by Steel28 View Post

Sal model is almost exclusively carried at NMWA.

GS has very limited selection of Eidos.

Yea I've noticed NMWA does keep a very nice selection. Kudos to Greg.
How did you go about making sure sizing was correct? I'm always weary of ordering trousers in case of major alterations, aside from the obvious hemming or cuffing of course.
post #3240 of 4449

This is my first time cuffing a RTW pair of pants. The job was done by a local tailor for $20. What do you think of this? 

 

 

 

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