Mr. Ned Custom Tailor NYC

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  1. lisapop

    lisapop Senior member

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    PM me your email address and I'll send you pics.
    Grayson
     
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    Carl, you're clearly unaware of the amount of porn I have made available to forum members: http://66.170.193.77/cgi-bin....t=10029 I expect...nay...demand some porn in return dammit. [​IMG]
     
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    Does Mr. Ned have a house style or would they be receptive to making me a suit of my choice (natural shoulders, waist suppression etc. as opposed to an American cut)?

    Thanks,

    Panzer
     
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    Before opting for a preconceived natural shoulder, be sure a natural shoulder works for you and your shoulders.  In my case, I thought similarly, until it was shown that my shoulders would be subtly enhanced by a bit of strategically placed padding.  You should not have to "shoulder" the responsibility of determining what's best for you--One's tailor should offer advice, too.
    Grayson
     
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    That's good advice - thanks.

    Panzer
     
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    Does Mr. Ned have a website? Where is he located in NYC?
     
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    Timeless Rider,

    I'd love to hear your comments about Carl's shirts once you receive them, if you have the opportunity.
     
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    They don't have a website.

    137 Fifth Avenue (corner of 20th Street), 4th floor.
     
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    Cool. I'm considering getting some trousers made up. Any idea on price range?
     
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    Sorry, no idea. I only know their suit prices.
     
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    Any phone number? Do you know hours of operation?
     
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    Carl, I'm not a tailor (nor do I play one on Internet fashion sites), but having sloped shoulders, I'm thinking that the reason for padding is to accentuate the shoulders by building them up a bit. Someone with square, or less sloped, shoulders would not need such accentuation and, thus, padding might not be necessary. At least that's my case.
    Grayson
     

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