Since we don't have decent 'off-the-rack' stores (like Banana Republic in the US, etc.) except Suit Supply, I'm going to order some dress shirts online. That, and well - I like the customization options. Never had a dress shirt before, though.

Has anybody tried them? How's the quality of their service?

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Have they spammed the AoM dressing and grooming forums with sockpuppets?

Huh?

I wouldn't trust any brand that creates accounts on this forum so that they can pretend to be satisfied customers, which we've had happen lately.  Hence the question: are they one of the online tailoring companies that has done that?

Where are you if you are not in the Us ?
I am sure there are local brands .
Mine are Morrissey that are local and I like imports such as Ted Baker and Pink , every time I go to the states ill stock up on Brooks Brothers clothes .
Hm, then perhaps you could recommend me a decent tailor that I could work with? But mind that I'm looking for shirts for under $60-70.

I'm in Europe, a poor country.

There aren't local brands, though there are local tailors. Went to them yesterday, walked the whole day, but found out one general thing about them: they do not have decent fabrics. They may be able to do a good job, I don't know, but they don't have decent fabrics to offer. Mostly tailoring a suit costs around $180-250, but that's only for the job, you still have to buy all the fabrics. The best every single one of them had was 53% polyester and 47% wool. That's the "top notch" fabric, at 2 places they even told me that "it's very costly, and I don't think it's worth it, take a look at this instead," they said pointing at 80-20% polyester fabric.

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