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I live in San Diego and would like a shirt copied..

longskate88

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Does anyone know of a place in SD where I can get custom shirts made, by using an old shirt as a pattern?

I have a Theory dress shirt that fits perfectly, but at $185 retail I can't spring for a week's worth. Ideally I'd find someone who could copy it in a decent fabric for $75-$100 per shirt. Any ideas? I know there is a guy on Girard in La Jolla, but his prices go from $95 to over $200.

Thanks!
 

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Why not send it to moderntailor.com and have them copy it exactly?
 

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is it cotton/lycra
most mtm shirtmakers do not have stretch fabrics
 

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Originally Posted by Shirtmaven
is it cotton/lycra
most mtm shirtmakers do not have stretch fabrics


Yes it does have some stretch.
 

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Originally Posted by acecow
Why not send it to moderntailor.com and have them copy it exactly?

Think it's better to send the shirt itself or just try and measure it really well?
 

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