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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by DEP014, May 13, 2013.

  1. DEP014

    DEP014 New Member

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    I want to get a suit made. How many yards do i need.?
     
  2. taxgenius

    taxgenius Well-Known Member

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  3. richardatkinson

    richardatkinson New Member

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    If it's real quality and a long lasting suit then I'd go for bespoke tailoring. I am the director of a designer clothing company specialising in bespoke tailoring, if you would like the link to our website let me know, I won't just put it up inn case it seems spammy
     
  4. johnvw

    johnvw Well-Known Member

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    I really don't mean this rudely, but it is difficult not to wonder why you did not include your measurements, jacket and trouser size, or least your height and weight in this post. Also, whether you want a 2- or 3-piece suit. You do see the relevance of this information to your question, correct?
     
  5. VinnyMac

    VinnyMac Well-Known Member

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    'bout tree-fiddy.
     

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