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Sam Glover has been writing about law practice technology, management, marketing, and other stuff on Lawyerist since 2007. He also consults on appeals and motion practice. When he isn't blogging or lawyering, Sam likes to go winter camping.
I’ve recently spoken to a couple of friends who were fitted for bespoke suits on trips to Hong Kong, where there are (apparently) tailors who make custom suits at affordable prices, with (apparently) comparable materials. Some of these regularly tour U.S. cities and will take your measurements, then ship you the suit (then do any necessary alterations on their next visit to town). I had a fitting this week from one of them (http://hiras.com) after being referred by a friend whose suit I liked. I hesitate to personally recommend them, since my suit hasn’t arrived, but it’s just one of several shops doing this.
I have a number of suits made by Hong Kong tailors, and they are not only wonderful in fit and finish, but very reasonably priced.
It always depends on the tailor. There are several very reputable tailors (for example, W.W. Chan). But for everyone competent tailor, there are scores of shysters who will leave you will an inferior, ill-fitting garment.
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