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Atl tailor and dry cleaner recommendations

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Sevcom, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. Sevcom

    Sevcom Senior Member

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    I've actually been in Atlanta a while (for school), but didn't really need either service as an undergrad. But now that I've just joined the working world (law firm) and am building a new wardrobe, I'm finding both to be increasing necessities. The former's especially important since I've scored a couple of good deals on eBay that need the right finishing touch.

    Anyone have any good recommendations? Thanks.
     


  2. Yosarian77

    Yosarian77 Well-Known Member

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    There's only one choice if you're in Atlanta. Go see Mario Bosco on Piedmont in Buckhead. He's the old school Italian tailor that knows more about clothes and fits than anyone. Mario Bosco tailor shop. I wouldn't go see anyone else.
     


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    Neimans took care of the only alteration I had in ATL (which was just sewing buttons on the sleeves of a Kiton sportcoat I bought from them), but a dry cleaner that worked well for me when I lived there was on North Highland near North Ave. He's an Indian guy who drives an odd looking Isuzu coupe-truck, and does not farm out his drycleaning. The decor is a bit tacky, consisting of some signed pictures of 1980s celebes, but while I was in ATL I trusted him with delicate fabrics ranging from 15milmil15 to cashmere, and was never disappointed.

    Sorry I can't be more helpful wrt the name of the place, though.

    Peace,

    JG
     


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