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San Francisco suit tailor

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kapay, Nov 13, 2006.

  1. kapay

    kapay Well-Known Member

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    Hi everyone. I just wanted to know if any could suggest a suit tailor in San Francisco. I need to adjust the length of my trousers by Friday. I've been going to Cable Car Tailors but feel a desire to try new things. I'm only altering the length though so would it even make a difference where I get it done?
     
  2. Will

    Will Well-Known Member

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    Try Macchione. He's a block from Cable Car.
     
  3. southgate house

    southgate house Well-Known Member

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    I like Andreas Gorges. Sutter + Montgomery.
     
  4. kapay

    kapay Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the help guys. About how much do they charge? About normal I assume? $7-15? If anyone else has suggestions I'm still open to them.
     
  5. southgate house

    southgate house Well-Known Member

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    well cable car is the cheapest and fastest. gorges charges $15 for a hem and is not as fast. he does an amazing job with complex suit alterations though.
     

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