- Mar 7, 2020
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Does anyone have experience and can recommend a good bespoke shirt maker in London? I’m looking to make a few shirts.
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It’s been a good number of years since I had shirts made, but when I was able I used Sean O’Flynn - bespoke rather than MTM. I was always very happy with his work.
Sean O'FlynnBespoke shirtmaker Sean O'Flynn; making shirts in London for over 35 years.www.seanoflynnshirtmaker.co.uk
Without opening up a tiresome debate about what bespoke means, but at Budd I have my own paper pattern that was drawn by James MacAuslen for me. James cuts my shirts to that pattern. ?♂️Note that most, if not all, of the London shirt makers are MTM, not bespoke. That may not matter to you — just pointing it out.
Is David Gale the shirtmaker there?Hilditch & Key have a very good bespoke operation going on.
Is David Gale the shirtmaker there?