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Tailor in downtown montreal?

darks0ulz

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Does anyone have recommendations for a tailor in downtown Montreal? Around St. Catherine and University (I go to McGill).

I know there are plethora of tailors around this area but I don't want to bring my RLPL shirts into a random shop and wanted some recommendations...
 

MarkTheTailor

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Hi there!

Although it has been a while since you posted this thread, I just want to let you know in case you'll need a tailor in the future.
We have been around in Montreal's fashion world since 1974 and let me assure you- we know our stuff!

We deal with all sorts of intricate and delicate clothing, and always deliver professional service. As you must know the real tailoring art is a dying one, and we are only a few left around the city.

We are on trendy street Crescent, downtown Montreal (corner Ste-Catherine)

L'Atelier Tailleur Mark
1260 Crescent suite 105
(514) 876-1066

Should you have any needs for alterations or clothes repair, no that we will be there to give you the best services possible.

Sincerely,

Mark

http://www.facebook.com/pages/LAtelier-Tailleur-Mark/160480490702880
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