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    Wearing Thomas Mason right now. Feels so fine. But it is a wrinkle machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebor:
    Go to Bangkok and make a holiday out of it at the same time.
    The lengths some people go to to avoid having to go to the dark side...
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    $600 - $800 per shirt would get a slightly better fabric which should make a big difference. Spending $2000 per shirt is a little too much...


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    Seems I am the only one who likes M&S shirts? I used to have tailor made shirts in school. Haven't had one for a decade or so I guess

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    I own some M&S shirts but brought them over with me. How much are they here?


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    I also have M&S shirts, and yes I like them (actually wearing one today). However, as they are off the rack, they are not 100% fitted for me, which is why I like tailored shirts as well.

    I ended up buying a Twangoo voucher for a tailor in central called A Timeless Tailor. For HK$1,300 I will get 6 shirts done using South Island cotton (their cheaper option), but should be fine for office shirts.


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    Any updates on these recommendations?

    Last edited by worldcitizen; 11-05-2014 at 12:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by worldcitizen:
    Any updates on these recommendations?
    Don't go to Bangkok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebor:
    Don't go to Bangkok.
    It's okay to go to Bangkok so long as you don't get shirts made in red or yellow.
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