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This Should be a Model for all Custom Shirt Websites

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by AnGeLiCbOrIs, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. doublebucklemonk

    doublebucklemonk Well-Known Member

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    Just to be clear, I mean more fabric selections for the shirts, not for the secret fabric signature (not sure if you were actually confused, or just quoted a random part of the post :) )
     
  2. rossjamesparker

    rossjamesparker Member

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    Anyone know if they still put that ridiculous crap under their collars? I was about to order, searched here first, and now am reconsidering. If I wanted somebody else to personalise my shirt with crap, I'd hand the laptop to my three year old nephew.
     
  3. cbfn

    cbfn Senior member

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    3 posts up, dude.
     
  4. TonyThe Tailor

    TonyThe Tailor Senior member

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    I have toyed with the idea of online custom shirt ordering ( right now it is only made to order Gitmans) but I take so much pride in how my custom shirts fit that I find it hard to do it.
    It is near impossible to get a true custom fit if the actual tailor is not the one taking the measurements, because there is more to shirt making (and suit making for that matter) than the tape measure. It is about body reading, the client's personality, and the client's occupation that also goes into getting the proper fit for a custom shirt.
    Everyone wants a deal on custom shirts, but the true value is measured in correct fit and longevity of the actual shirt, not price.
     

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