- Feb 22, 2005
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Is there any chance anyone has used these guys? Not just for alterations but for having something made.
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I use Field Tailors on Wisconsin Ave. They are the best in the area. C&Y looks more like an alterations shop than a bespoke tailor.Originally Posted by sammy
Field does full bespoke? Or even MTM? I thought they were just alterations also. Any idea on prices for a DJ/tux?Originally Posted by rdawson808
Field is, indeed, a full bespoke shop and has generally been well reviewed by those on this board. Will Field is a great alterations tailor and has been trained on SR. He and his father have clothed a lot of the grandees of Washington over the years. Sammy would be better able than I to speak to the silhouette - my sense is that Will is fairly flexible. Sammy - is your gray mohair done already? Care to show it off?Originally Posted by Duveen
Field's is good people.Originally Posted by RJman
I'd like to thank those of you who steered me to Field's. Very personable and professional... even though I was getting RTW suits altered rather than buying bespoke.Originally Posted by Sartorially Challenged