- Jul 30, 2006
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The important choices you can make are your tailor and your cordwainer IMHO. Shirts are much simpler to make and there are dozens of roughly comparable choices. The long established makers can have an advantage in that they may have bolts of out of production cloth that can't be made any longer because the machines have been scrapped. But the make doesn't vary all that much to my eyes.Originally Posted by Will
I'm waiting for three shirts from WW Chan. Hope I won't be disappointed. By the way, where is Kabbaz?Originally Posted by johninla
I do know that the bespoke lines are outstanding, since they only use the top Italian fabric mills in the world.Originally Posted by Chris "Italia"
Alumo is Swiss. I'd pick the best shirtmaker that's geographically close to me.Originally Posted by Andre Yew