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Looking for tailor, Orange County, NY

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by mikealvaa, Jan 9, 2018.

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    Good morning everyone!

    I am currently on the search for a new tailor in the Orange County, NY area. While my current tailor is pretty good with my alterations, he seems very picky on what he will/will not work on.

    I am not looking to replace him, but rather have a back up tailor for small things like hemmming, shortening sleeves and taking in shirts...

    I am also conflicted because I am looking for a tailor who understands the modern gentlemen a bit more, but I understand that many of the older traditional tailors have more experience than the younger ones.

    My tailor is very good at what he does, but he is a bit difficult to work with at times.


    Any help would be appreciated!

    FYI: a tailor who is willing to shorten suit sleeves from the shoulder (working buttons) would save me a trip to NYC


    Thanks!
     

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