I have not done any shirts there to know. I know you pay for reputation, expensive store rentals, etc. Win Guide produced top quality shirts for up to $900 (Thomas Manson Goldline, mother pearl bottoms, etc).
I wonder how much is a shirt at Ascot. I've heard suits starts at $40k, which is a bit too much for my understanding.
Being a trained tailor, I'd just like to mention that pattern making, cutting, sewing, interfacing, pressing.......tailoring are very labour intensive require skilled professionals and take time - hence it can't be cheap. Tailors, cutters and seamstresses need to earn a living wage too.
Materials aside, they don't do bespoke tailoring, they are more of a made-to-measure operation where they take some quick measurements and bang out a shirt that mostly fits.
I'd still recommend them though.
Thank you, but I will keep with Wind Guide, which makes Thomas Manson Goldline for under $1000 with all the perks.
I think WG does a good job manufacturing them and I can't see how much better it would be to pay double the cost.
If one day I get really, really reach I'd give it a try ;-)