Bad, Bad Shirtmaker.
If the shirtmaker offered it to you and it was bad, s/he was trying to get rid of it. Return the favor. Get rid of the shitmaker.
Too late. He's retired. Decent guy, and my first bespoke shirtmaker, although less talented than my current (and with any luck, my next). Also, to be fair, I probably didn't involve him much in the choice. It would have been a sample out of a book, and probably no more or less easy to get hold of than any other in the book. And if it doesn't involve actual protocol issues, like the style of a dinner jacket, the Brits can be quite self-effacing when on the brink of a sale.