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Tello or Hamrajani?

tautology

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Hi,

Have been lurking in this these forums for a few months, and finally decided to sign up :)

I recently moved to the Inland Empire area and am looking to add some pieces to my wardrobe to make it more suitable to SoCal weather. Initially, some pants, a couple sport coats and a few shirts.

My workplace is just a few miles from Tello's shop, but I can also travel to Hemrajani's shop in Costa Mesa. Is there anyone with experience with both tailors that can give me a recommendation? I would rather just keep all my business in one place but it seems mytailor's shirts better price may make it worth the trip?

I've seen some of Tello's work in the forum, and it looks technically very nice. I am also looking for a good tailor for some shirt/pants alterations...perhaps Tello does minor work as well?

PS: also accepting some tips on good outlets/storeto find good deals in the area :)
 
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