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Alterations in Washington DC

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Zachary Graves, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. Zachary Graves

    Zachary Graves New Member

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    Can anyone make a recommendation for a good alterations place in DC? Preferably in NW or otherwise metro accessible.
     
  2. hangthree

    hangthree Senior member

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    Go see Will Field at Fields Custom Tailors on Wisconsin Ave up the hill a bit from Georgetown. Excellent work but pricey.
     
  3. unbelragazzo

    unbelragazzo Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    +1. Mr. Field does fantastic work. If you're using public transportation, take the circulator to the end of the Union Station-Gtown line and then walk a couple blocks up Wisconsin to get to his office. Good opportunity to drop by Sky Shoes as well.
     
  4. HEPennypacker

    HEPennypacker Senior member

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    Christopher Kim at 20th and M is also good.
     
  5. RZach

    RZach Well-Known Member

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    Glad someone started this thread. Moved to NW DC this summer and hadn't had a need yet but I know it's coming sooner rather than later. Thanks for the tips.
     

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