Tony Lutwyche bespoke tailor

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  1. the.chikor

    the.chikor Senior member

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    Gentlemen, has anyone ever tried the Soho/London based bespoke tailor Tony Lutwyche? If so, please share your experience and recomendation if you wouldn't mind. Thank you.[​IMG]
     


  2. TRINI

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    This is the guy with the 'Respect the suit' ad, right?
     


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    the.chikor Senior member

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    Obey the Suit.
     


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    Obey the Suit.


    Thanks - I stand corrected.

    That was an awesome ad.
     


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    I think he mainly does MTM. As he does own the former Cheshire Clothing (which was the manufacturing arm of the former Chester Barrie) he likely has some good quality stuff being made up.
     


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    I think he mainly does MTM. As he does own the former Cheshire Clothing (which was the manufacturing arm of the former Chester Barrie) he likely has some good quality stuff being made up.

    RJs right - TL is a high-end MTM outfit.
     


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    Reasonably decent MTM, NOT Bespoke at all.
     


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    I think he mainly does MTM. As he does own the former Cheshire Clothing (which was the manufacturing arm of the former Chester Barrie) he likely has some good quality stuff being made up.


    RJman-You are solid! Thanks for passing on the info and saving me money and disappointment. [​IMG]
     


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    Reasonably decent MTM, NOT Bespoke at all.

    GBR-good to know! Thank you.
     


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    RJs right - TL is a high-end MTM outfit.

    ET-Like RJman-you deliver when the chips are down-thanks for the info.
     


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    He used to be a British Army Major. When I met him I couldn't keep my eyes off his dirty shoes.
     


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    Reasonably decent MTM, NOT Bespoke at all.

    Reasonably decent MTM? To be fair it's probably the best in the U.K.
     


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