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Made-to-measure suits and high-end dress shirts


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Aug 14, 2021
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Hello Everyone, I'm new to your forum.

For many years I've been ordering made-to-measure suits and shirts from Joe Hemrajani at mytailor.com. Unfortunately, it looks like his company went into bankruptcy last year and his web site doesn't exist anymore, so I'm on the hunt for a new tailor for made-to-measure menswear.

As far as dress shirts, Mr. Hemrajani had tons and tons of fabric books that I could look through when I met him. He had all kinds of interesting fabrics: very fine cottons, linens (some with interesting texture and patterns), high quality silks, etc. He also had special tailor options like choice of collars, double sets of cuff buttons, optional holes for cuff links, choice of buttons, etc. I was typically paying about USD $150-$250 per shirt.

For suits, he also had lots of various materials and offered great tailoring options like full canvasing, functional cuff buttons, functional pockets, quality liners, very fine wool thread counts, etc. I was typically paying about $1000 per suit, including a discount if I bought three at once.

Can anyone recommend a tailor that offers this kind of service in either the USA or Europe? (I travel a lot so I could meet someone at either place.) I would like to get measuring in person, and I also like to look through the actual fabric books to see and feel the fabric texture before I order. I'm sure there are plenty of small companies that offer this. I just have a hard time sorting out the bad from the good based on their web sites and hoping someone from this forum can give me some recommendations on where to look. I care more about the quality than the cost.

Cause Moe

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Apr 27, 2012
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You might try divij.com; Divij Hermanji's company. I have no experience with divij.com or Divij Hermanji himself, but he worked with his father Joe at MyTailor.com. I believe divij.com is more bespoke than MTM, but it's the successor of MyTailor.
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