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Where To Have A Suit Made In Singapore?


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Mar 24, 2021
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Hey All,

My wife is stumped about what to do for my fortieth birthday, and her Hail Mary is to send me to Singapore to have a suit made for me (nice!). She has no idea what this would cost, or how long it would take — she’s heard rumors of places that do insane 48-hour turnarounds. I told her that it’s unlikely that any place that works that quickly will get it done right, but I honestly don’t know how long it *actually* takes to make a suit, or how many fittings they’d need, or what it would cost. The closest I’ve come is to have a suit made by Collaro (which I love!), and that took months.

Can anyone help me with:
  1. timeframe
  2. rough cost (like a ballpark figure)
  3. what makers to look at
  4. any considerations I might not know about as a first-timer?

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