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CopyMySuit.com have you used their services?

brown eyes

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so I have a suit I'd like to have copied and was wondering if any SFer's used CopyMySuit.com?

So these guys are in Thailand; you just FedEx your suit to them and for $189, they will copy your suit and mail it everything back to you.

Sounds pretty good and $189 is a good price, however, I'm skeptical. Anyone here use their services?


 

bleachboy

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Originally Posted by w.o.e.is.me.
doesn't look like a well put together operation (their site isn't fully functional).
sounds like a potentially cheap way to lose your favorite/most expensive suit.


No doubt. A P.O. Box?

Any of the Hong Kong tailors will copy a suit for you. It's going to cost more, mostly because a $198 suit is going to be made of some seriously poor quality material.
 

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I wouldn't waist my money if I were you.

-LR
 

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Well, I'd be very hesitant to send over a perfect fitting Savile-Row bespoke suit to an operation that you have never dealt with before.
 

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