Cigar Aficionado

London Shirt Making Comes to You

The pinnacle of style is often equated with London bespoke clothing: garments cut and made specifically for the wearer. But there are downsides. In a suit, that kind of service can easily run past $5,000. And that’s without travel to England. The good news is that many London tailors periodically visit major U.S. cities to tender their services in what are called trunk shows. Even better, you can get a taste of that custom tradition for a fraction of the price with bespoke shirts. Recently, James MacAuslan, bespoke cutter from Budd Shirts, located just off Jermyn Street, London’s renowned shirt mecca, visited Los Angeles as part of a swing through the States. With …
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