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Old 02-27-2013, 07:58 PM   #1
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someoen to tailor a peacoat

as title states, i'm looking for a shop that can tailor my peacoat, as it's long in certain areas i don't like. any recommendations would be great

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It's been mentioned before but Oakridge Tailors. I took my peacoat there to get it sized down and was very happy with their work.
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do you remember a rough cost?
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I believe it was around $40 to get the waist/chest pulled in.
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