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MyTailor (Hemrajani Bros.) Appreciation/Discussion Thread

ericgereghty

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Road trip! Been thinking about paying them a visit. May do so in the next couple of months. I have the same questions as you about offerings, searching on their website, and getting a better sense of what else they offer.
I'd check them out if you're interested. They're a fantastic shop. Tons more flexible than most MTM operations.
 

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Divij mentioned he needs to make more apts up in LA. He also mentioned if there are people looking to see him and don't want to go to OC, that calling to see if he can go to LA might work out.

He also mentioned he's entertained thoughts of moving to LA in the next few years. No idea if he's serious.

Snooped around and asked if any famous SFers were making anything cool.

I'm trying out a linen DB with him. I'm generally happy with my current shop, but want to see how it comes out.
 

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Divij mentioned he needs to make more apts up in LA. He also mentioned if there are people looking to see him and don't want to go to OC, that calling to see if he can go to LA might work out.

He also mentioned he's entertained thoughts of moving to LA in the next few years. No idea if he's serious.

Snooped around and asked if any famous SFers were making anything cool.

I'm trying out a linen DB with him. I'm generally happy with my current shop, but want to see how it comes out.
Cheers. It’s close enough that I feel like a jackass for waffling on the trek, but god I do hate driving lol. Though, now that office reopenings are (maybe?) on the horizon, I could use a makeover with my trouser game, to say the least.
 

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Does anyone know of other traveling tailors that can compete with divij prices and quality? May need one
 

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Does anyone know of other traveling tailors that can compete with divij prices and quality? May need one
Does Divij not travel to your area? Once I've had my pattern locked down, I just order stuff via email with my fabric selection and style details...

To the best of my knowledge Divij is best in class for his price point and quality
 

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Or travel to him. My appointment was on June 6th. My suit should be delivered in July hopefully. 3 pc Drapers dark brown micro-herringbone suit. Several adjustments were needed, but that’s why I went through the basting garments.

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Or travel to him. My appointment was on June 6th. My suit should be delivered in July hopefully. 3 pc Drapers dark brown micro-herringbone suit. Several adjustments were needed, but that’s why I went through the basting garments.

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Looking sharp so far. Please post photos of the final!
 

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A couple of pictures of my most recent Divij Bespoke suit. Made up from a length of Dugdale Irish linen, I had it made in a 4x1 double breasted pattern, with no vents. So, kind of a throwback design or basically a dinner jacket type of pattern, if you will. The first image was taken on the way into Pitti at the entrance to the Fortezza, and the second image is taken on a street in Florence.

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It was brutally hot in Florence and even linen was no match for the weather. When it's 95º or more with humidity to match, there's nothing that works.
 

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Have any of you requested gussets on your Divij shirts? Considering asking for those with my next order (though the jury seems out on whether gussets serve a purpose).

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A couple of pictures of my most recent Divij Bespoke suit. Made up from a length of Dugdale Irish linen, I had it made in a 4x1 double breasted pattern, with no vents. So, kind of a throwback design or basically a dinner jacket type of pattern, if you will. The first image was taken on the way into Pitti at the entrance to the Fortezza, and the second image is taken on a street in Florence.

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It was brutally hot in Florence and even linen was no match for the weather. When it's 95º or more with humidity to match, there's nothing that works.
You and your SO’s outfits look amazing! Love the hat too, do you mind sharing where you bought it / what brand?
 

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