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Would I benefit from made to measure?

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Hello, I own a 38-85 Kamakura Tokyo Slim Fit dress shirt. My measurements are 93cm chest, 80cm waist, and 37.5cm neck. I find it fits me well everywhere except in the waist, which I think is a bit too billowy (see the picture).

I want to buy a second shirt, so I'm wondering if I should just get the same one and have them both tailored, or spend the extra money on one that is made to measure. Kamakura's made to measure program starts at $160.

Thank you!

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