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Custom Tailors in Harrisburg, Pa Area???

IronJoker

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Hi guys, I am new to the whole custom clothing line. I am about to graduate from college and would like to get at least one custom suit. I want to get a shirt made from a design that I made during my college days. I plan to open my own design firm and would like to look very professional. Does anyone know any really good custom tailors in the Harrisburg, Pa area? I want to get the entire suit, including a button down dress shirt that is most likely going to have to be printed on to the shirt, i dunno if shirts are digitally printed or what these days, but i want it to last and be a very good quality shirt, someone who can take my design and make what I want. So i dont have to worry about them messing up the color or pattern with their own interpretation. Any help would be great, thanks a lot guys.
 

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When I said design firm, I didn't mean clothing design, i mean automotive design!
 

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Anyone have any idea at all about custom clothing makers that i could possibly talk to over the phone or internet???
 

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I have worked with a firm called supersample in NYC for printing
www.supersample.com

they are not cheap but they do an excellent job. I just gave them some 100/2 broadcloth to test on. they prefer to work in silk and poly because the colors truely jump.
but cotton will also do well.

Carl
 

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Try English-American Tailors:

411 North Cranberry Rd
Westminster, MD 21157
410-857-5774
http://www.englishamericanco.com/default.asp

Its a factory outlet of Tom James (which many on this forum hate). However, factory outlet pricing undercuts many of the arguments detractors make. The web site is very disappointing.

(No interest in the company other than a satisfied customer.)
 

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