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post #16 of 19
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What's CMT? And they're quite prompt in returning emails if you want the definitive response. www.wwchan.com.
Keep in mind that they're closed from February 8-15 this year in observance of the Chinese New Year.
post #17 of 19
CMT is the acronym for "Cut, make, trim." "Cut, make, trim" is what a tailor does when the customer provides the material to be used for the item commissioned to be made.
post #18 of 19
CMT may not be of much benefit when dealing with tailors such as WW Chan, situated in a place with no duties on imported fabrics, and which source many of their fabrics on closeout deals.
post #19 of 19
They will make with the customers own fabric. If memory serves me right, it used to be $570 for a jacket and $180 extra for a suit or odd trouser. In my experience most tailors do not give you very much of a discount from their base price if you bring the fabric.
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