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    Which Tailor for Alterations

    Hard to believe that we have 3 tailors within walking distance of each other in, of all places, Lexington Park.

    -- Wow Cleaners and Tailors

    -- Vn's Tailor

    -- Fit 4 U Alterations

    I have used Vn before. She is nice, but her prices are by far the highest.

    Don't want to have the expensive jacket botched up, but prefer not to pay top price is not necessary.

    Any personal experiences? Just looking for sleeve shortening this time on a blazer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Hard to believe that we have 3 tailors within walking distance of each other in, of all places, Lexington Park.

    -- Wow Cleaners and Tailors

    -- Vn's Tailor

    -- Fit 4 U Alterations

    I have used Vn before. She is nice, but her prices are by far the highest.

    Don't want to have the expensive jacket botched up, but prefer not to pay top price is not necessary.

    Any personal experiences? Just looking for sleeve shortening this time on a blazer.
    Calvert may be out of the way for you, but we used Sewing by Laura to alter our clothes for our dot’s wedding 3 years ago. We moved out of Calvert a year ago, and I no longer have her biz card, but I found her on bing. I hope the phone number is the same.

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    That's a bit far. I'll roll the dice and see how I make out.
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    Ultra Clean in Wildewood does alterations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    That's a bit far. I'll roll the dice and see how I make out.
    Let us know how you fare. I have had an expensive jacket for 20 years that I never wore because the arms are too long, and never got tailored because I am cheap/lazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David View Post
    Just looking for sleeve shortening this time on a blazer.
    Are you slowly shrinking?

    Please let us know what you decide and if they do a good job.

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    I have had several suits done at WOW. Jacket sleeves and pants. Good work, quick and not expensive. I have used her for other alterations as well with great results.

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