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Brand new to the site. explaining my company

Jul 18, 2006
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Good morning/afternoon everyone. I'm brand new to this site and I would like to extend a greeting to everyone on the board. I'm the 4th generation of this business. I have been a part of Custom Clothing of Atlanta roughly two years. Custom Clothing of Atlanta is a company that was built from the ground up and has over 30 years experience in the mens custom clothing. We specialize in fine tailored suits, sport coats, trousers and dress shirts. We make everything of men and our prices are comparable to Atlanta's upscale stores. We carry fabrics from Zegna, Loro Piana, Scabal, Holland and Sherry, Gladson and Columbia Fabrics. Our shirt fabrics are supplied by Shirtex, Zegna Shirts, Loro Piana and Skip Gambert. We only have one guarantee. If you don't like what we make for you, you don't pay for it. The company was founded by my father who is a 3rd generation tailor and clothier. The basis of the company is most men like clothing they just don't like the process of shopping. We make an individual pattern for each of our customers. The first suit takes three to five fittings and approximately ten to twelve weeks. After the pattern is complete following the final fitting future orders will take approximately four to five weeks. The garments that we make have approximately 80% handwork, even down to the working button holes on all jacket sleeves. You will find this type of tailoring in ready-made clothing such as Kiton, Broni and Oxxford


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You made the exact same post before.

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