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    Tailor Made

    Luckily I've always been able to buy clothes off the rack and them fit me fine.
    But I have recently been working out and find that some of the clothes I now buy don't fit to great.

    What are your ideas and limitations on tailoring clothes; whether doing it yourself or with a pro tailor?

    Also If anyone has any recommendations for a their own tailors!

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    I would definitely recommend getting clothes altered to fit, it doesn't cost a lot and it makes the world of difference. I would suggest going to a professional however, but go with a few questions, you want to make sure that the person you take it to will do the job right, you don't want to end up with a ruined item of clothing that you've spent your hard earned money on so do your research.

    Getting Clothes Professionally Tailored

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    heck out this thread for more of a discussion on this topic.

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    As always the search bar has failed me! Thanks

    better yet then, anyone know a decent tailor in Cambridgeshire? Or what shops tailor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    anyone know a decent tailor in Cambridgeshire? Or what shops tailor?
    I'm originally from Cambridge but it has been a good while since I have been down for a rummage in the shops.

    I do know that there are a fair few on Kings Parade (catering mostly for bespoke suits eg Ede and Ravenscroft) but there is also a place on Burleigh street that I know a lot of high street places use. Think it's called All Alts.

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