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I know the personnel have changed a couple of times in recent years, what are people's thoughts on their made to measure shirts nowadays?
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I actually live in Cyprus where Stephan is from, where the original workshop was and still is and where he moved back a few years ago.

I've been using him for 3-4 years and he's great especially for the price! 60 Eur I think for something between mtn and bespoke. (No fitting but more than 7-8 measurements plus he gets better one the second shirt
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Thank you for the reply, what do you think of the quality of fabrics and are there a variety of collar options?
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Both the selection and the quality of fabrics it's just fine by me (ok maybe I would have liked a bit more variety but mostly to sate my curiosity as im generally rather conservative with dress shirts.

I don't know if its the same fabrics they offer in the UK though.

Collar options I seem to remember 4-5 but again as I'm rather conservative there as well im not sure. I've done 2-3 shirts of their semi-spread and a button down I ordered for my brother.

I actually want to go there and get a light grey shirt to pair with tweeds now
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Thanks for the reply will give it a go and see how the shirt turns out.
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Originally Posted by UK2004 View Post

Thanks for the reply will give it a go and see how the shirt turns out.

 

Hi UK2004,

 

Did you go eventually? I can't find any recent review of the shop in London and would love to hear from your experience.

Cheers

 

William

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Hi, I didn't in the end, still may visit at some point, got to take the plunge!
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Ah, no recent feedback then :(

Have you gone for another option or simply postponed the whole MTM shirt idea?

 

I'll very probably either go to them or possibly to guys in Paris called JBL. Similar entry level prices (depending on the exchange rate) and apparently decent quality.

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