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12y
adast027, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Singapore Tailors and / or Hong Kong (Originally Posted: 04/20/2014)

I'm going to be in Singapore next week and I was wondering if anyone here knew the best tailors as I would like to get a couple of shirts done. I'm also in Hong Kong in June so was wondering if this might be a better option for tailoring?? Anywhere around Orchard Road or Raffles Place area is fine....

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android411, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I have 3 suits from Nita Fashions. I believe their suits run around $650 each now and they are completely MTM.

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12y
metalasian, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Probably a couple hundred for total purchases. I'm debating whether or not it'd be worth it to get a suit there, since i'll only be there for a couple days. I may just try to find a good shirtmaker and get some shirts done (i'm thinking between $50-$100 a shirt as my budget). I have a super thick neck anyway, so it's usually difficult to buy shirts off the rack without them looking like blouses on me.

Styleforum is suggesting Jantzen but I'd love to hear what other input you guys have.

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12y
chan.kw, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I bought a greyish blue suit and some shirts from Tai Pan Row last summer it is located in the IFC mall for about HK 2700 and HK500 respectively. It was made in about 7 days. I recommend you buy a tailor made shirts because I find they fit better than anything I have bought off the rack (the arm width in partcular) however I find my suit too slim as often the pants hug my nuts (I think in HK the style is more tight slender fits). I reccomend you take a mental note of what you like / don't like about your suits and shirts (my tailored made shirts have only one button on the cuff, I prefer two) so that you get exactly what you like. Good luck and talk to Manfred if you go, very helpfull.

12y
metalasian, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Sounds good everyone. I think I would definitely go for the slender-fitting suits given my build.

So thus far, I've got Jantzen, Kwun Kee Tailor and Tai Pan Row.. anyone else have an opinion?

12y
coffeebateman, what's your opinion? Comment below:

The nicest suit I have was $120 from Singapore. I'm yet to buy one nicer.

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Broasted, what's your opinion? Comment below:

I'd check out WWChan. I think they've gotten vgood reviews on styleforum. Met them in Chicago and they were very helpful. They do overcoats, suits, and shirts, and go to major cities 2-3 times/year. Didn't order anything this year, going to early next year for sure though.

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