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Secret shirtmaker in London?

post #1 of 6
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Hey, 

 

Does anyone know a great shirtmaker with classic cuts in London besides the big players like T&A, Emma Willis and Hilditch & Key etc.? Something more secret?

 

Cheers

post #2 of 6
These guys have a great reputation.


https://www.buddshirts.co.uk

another very high-end option:

http://www.seanoflynnshirtmaker.co.uk
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

These guys have a great reputation.


https://www.buddshirts.co.uk

another very high-end option:

http://www.seanoflynnshirtmaker.co.uk


Hi

 

Thanks for the tip. Any experience there or a personal favourite?

post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by BespokeSuitDude View Post


Hi

Thanks for the tip. Any experience there or a personal favourite?


No experience. I wear H &K, T&A, Finamore, RTW.
post #5 of 6
Sean O'Flynn used to get a lot of attention, but I haven't heard anything about him in years. That would be next on my list to try if I were inclined to given another English shirt maker a go. I've used Budd and found it pretty unimpressive, but they've had a lot of personal movement since then so maybe things have gotten better. I used T&A in NYC, which I'm sure is a poor substitute for using them in London, but I thought it was nothing special and committing to six shirts before you receive a single one strikes me as absurd. Good luck.
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 committing to six shirts before you receive a single one strikes me as absurd. Good luck.

 

Its not uncommon for London shirt makers to have a minimum order.

 

Know a few that have used Choppin & Lodge but again they are nothing special, have a minimum order but at £180 at least its not as pricy as most the others named

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