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Atlanta Shirtmakers

Garfieldthecat

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In the other thread, where Custom Clothing of Atlanta introduced himself, someone posted a link about a company called Atlanta Custom Tailors . I didn't want to threadjack that thread asking this, so I am asking here.
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I have two questions:

1. Anyone have expereince with them? I'd like somewhere local to get some shirts made, since I can't get to NYC to get some shirts at CEGO.

2. On their special offers page, they have a deal for 4 shirts for $495, using 2ply 240's italian cotton.

From reading posts here, that cost for that quality does not compute. Are they maybe calling 2x120 a 240? On their home page, the suit they show isn't that flattering in my opinion (jacket sleeves too long, square toed shoes as well), so I don't know what to think.

Thanks.
 

kitonbrioni

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Since you appear to be close by make a surprise visit and ask to see some of their garments in process and their workroom. This should tell you just about everything you need to know after you have handle a shirt and suit.
 

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