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mytailor.com houston stop - SF made me a bad customer

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by raley, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. dantheman

    dantheman Member

    Aug 21, 2008
    Seems like he saw that you knew your stuff when it came to shirts and that you also were quite particular with what you were after and he probably wasn't confident that his product would be up to your standard. But rember, it is a budget option for MTM shirts. So you are going to get budget service, and a budget outcome.
  2. plhoang

    plhoang Well-Known Member

    Aug 18, 2008
    After this, he proceeded to tell me that he did not think I would be satisfied with the shirts that he was going to make me.

    I think, on this, he was probably right.
  3. WestIndianArchie

    WestIndianArchie Well-Known Member

    Feb 19, 2008
    [​IMG] the old saying "you get what you pay for!" First, If you showed him a split yoke and he did not know what it was, that was the grand opportunity to walk right out the door. Second, anyone who has seen any type of Mother of pearl button whether its Australian or not knows the difference between MOP and plastic! Typical of these guys though. They give the industry a bad name. And none of them are well dressed, ever! so why buy from a guy that looks worse than you? makes no sense.
    We produce shirts with split yokes standard, MOP buttons standard, and we usually place the monograms inside the yoke. We only use the best Italian and English shirting cloth. The shirt is hand-made!

    You really need to shoot your web designer.
  4. Orsini

    Orsini Well-Known Member

    Nov 8, 2007
    Redondo Beach, California, USA
    In my quest for the perfectly fitted shirt (between Jantzen iterations, that is), I decided to pay Ram Keswani of mytailor.com a visit today in the Westin Galleria Hotel here in Houston.....
    The customer is always right. It sounds to me like he was trolling for suckers and you did not bite. Good for you.

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