My dad travels to China once a quarter. He's buying me some made-to-measure shirts there, because they're not that expensive and if they're all borked we know to stay away from the suits. My dad isn't a clothes nut like I am; he dresses well, but that only extends to knowing what patterns go with what. He uses Tom James exclusively. He probably could tell if a suit was made of polyester instead of wool, but that's about as far as I'd trust him. He assures me that my fears about the low quality of Chinese tailoring are unfounded; the CEO of his company wears suits by the tailor in question (yes, I know that's not an indication of quality). Now let's assume that my mind was made up on at least giving a Chinese made-to-measure option a shot. What questions should I have him ask? I've already got: Fabric the suits are made out of (I'll have him bring back swatches) Construction of the suits (fused vs. canvassed) Measurements they need What their house style (if they even have one) looks like, silhouette-wise What else?