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  1. Zakafury

    Some “established men’s stores” are better than others at offering solid advice. I think the larger stores fall prey to the average customer’s lack of knowledge. It’s a safe bet they have people complain when their shirt cuffs show, so be clear about such things when you’re being fitted.

    • Jerry

      Along those lines, one should also find a tailor that he trusts to make the necessary alterations. Not a store tailor, mind you, but an independent tailor. These professionals are really worth the investment. Good tailoring can make a $300 suit look like a $600 suit; bad tailoring can make a $1,000 suit look like garbage.

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