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Alterations at Barney's in LA?

Saturn_V

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I have a suit that needs some alterations. I'm thinking about taking it to a tailor that is different from my usual. Mainly because I don't think they do a such a great job on jackets. So I'm thinking of trying my luck at the Barney's in Beverly Hills. In particular because I recently bought a suit at their Warehouse Sale some ago. They advertised a list of alterations that seems like they go in great detail in jacket alterations.

So my question is, does anyone have any experience with the tailor job at Barney's? And also, does anyone know if the Barney's in Beverly Hills do all of their alterations in house? Or do they take their alterations to some outside place around town?

Thanks in advance.
 

Artking3

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I recently bought a suit from Barneys LA. Their inhouse tailor did an excellent job with sewing the working buttonholes and fixing the bunching at the neck. I think their tailor has a room on the premises to do his work. You should have no worries having them do your alterations.
 

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