Would it be feasible/advisable for a person of limited means (me), to acheive a virtually bespoke shirt through the following: 1. Go to competent shirtmaker, have them measure me and make a bespoke shirt from a custom pattern, see the fit, then finalize the pattern; 2. Send the pattern to a Jantzen equivilent for cutting and sewing everything but the sleevehead, button holes, and buttons; 3. Bring the partially constructed shirt to the same or a different competent shirtmaker, who would hand attach the sleeves, hand sew the buttonholes, and attach the highest quality MoP buttons I can scrounge. Basically, what Kilgour has gone for suits with the Shanghai bespoke, could I do for shirts? Â I know if I was an artisinal shirtmaker I might be enraged by this concept, and perhaps justifiably so. Â But on the other hand, it focuses their work on where they bring the highest value added, designing the pattern to fit the idiosyncracies of me body (too numerous to catalogue, sadly) and putting in the handwork where it appears to be most valuable. All of this is premised on my perception (two shirts worth) that Jantzen is not exactly a slouch in the quality department. Last, any estimates on cost?