Has anyone used Nialma lately?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by viator, Apr 6, 2011.

  1. viator

    viator Senior member

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    I'm curious to hear from anyone who's used Nialma lately. People here mostly seem to use ModernTailor, MyTailor, CottonWork, and to a lesser extent, Jantzen.
     


  2. TheWraith

    TheWraith Senior member

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    Some here use Tailorstore as well.
     


  3. viator

    viator Senior member

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    Bump, anyone?
     


  4. MikeDT

    MikeDT Senior member

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    Never heard of them myself. Don't usually buy clothes online anyway.

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  5. jessis

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    Used them at the end of last year, was very happy with the results.
     


  6. Warren G.

    Warren G. Senior member

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    I don't have any personal experiences with them. But if iirc, it's a pretty legit online mtm.
     


  7. TheWraith

    TheWraith Senior member

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    Definitely legit.
     


  8. viator

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    Thanks. Can anyone compare Nialma to ModernTailor?
     


  9. TheWraith

    TheWraith Senior member

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    Never used either, but from all I've read, they're probably fairly similar.
     


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    Thanks. Can anyone compare Nialma to ModernTailor?
    Haven't used MT so can't offer any advice. Sorry.
     


  11. TheTukker

    TheTukker Senior member

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    This is a pretty solid review, although not recent. No personal experience.
     


  12. viator

    viator Senior member

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    This is a pretty solid review, although not recent. No personal experience.
    Thanks for digging that up. It seems Nialma, Proper Cloth and MT are all pretty similar, quality-wise.
     


  13. Timeless Fashion

    Timeless Fashion Senior member

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    Nialma is OK for the price. IIRC, their shirt prices start at $100+ after shipping. If you get 4 shirts, there may be a price break. I don't think you can compare Modern Tailor to Nialma as they are in different price ranges. You can't expect a shirt ordered online to fit as well as one ordered from an experienced tailor who measures you in person and looks at your posture, body asymmetry, etc. I found Nialma's shirt fabric quality to be much better than MT's cheaper fabric, but at twice the price, you would expect that.
     


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    I thought Nialma, like MT, works from measurements the customer provides.
     


  15. phxlawstudent

    phxlawstudent Senior member

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    I would rank Nialma and PC a notch above MT. Haven't been very pleased with MT quality or quality control in comparison with other brands. But I suppose for the price, I can't complain too much.
     


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